The perceptive rhythm has light‚ colour and touch as variables.
The first two walls have the same sentence written in Braille repeated several times but with different spacing. Moreover‚ the light of halogen spotlights causes a overheating of the lit strips.
The user that has the sense of sight, enjoys the work both aesthetically and through the sense of touch. The sightless one reads through his/her fingers‚ perceives the heat variations and remains wrong-footed by the irregular spacing that interrupts the reading pace.
Up to the third wall‚ where the same sentence till there repeated in Braille appears in normal type‚ even though only in white‚ and disappearing for the blind‚ who feel underneath the fingers only a smooth and cold paper‚ since it is not lit.
The white of the room and of the printings tends to create a wadded sense of disappearance. None and three wall‚ therefore‚ to be read and to be seen.
Handwritten paper in Braille by the artist‚ plot printing of the Braille writing white on white‚ halogen profiled spotlights