Clarke Reynolds is a visual artist who is registered severely sighted. Using his memory of colour, Clarke explores Braille as a visual language, making it accessible to people who can see, by giving them the tools to decode the patterns that represent the letters of the alphabet. The tactile quality of Braille however is maintained, and so this art form is accessible to everyone. Clarke has used this intriguing examination of how we read and access language in a variety of settings including the open air and his use of colourful dots continues to challenge the tradition through which art is used as a vehicle for understanding.

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