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All the spaces in the world, (ensō # 7)

All the spaces in the world, (ensō # 7), is a work that presents the transformations of the spaces of a person who has become blind. The idea is to question how a visual world has been reduced to a universe of sound, touch and smell, in which walls, streets, buildings and people have been transformed into non-retinal sensations. In the installation, sounds from inside and outside the blind person's apartment are exposed through two speakers, showing the fragility of the boundaries of our visual spaces from a sound dimension. Between the two speakers are texts alternating visual and Braille writing, through which we can experiment with the boundaries between a visual and tactile space. All the spaces in the world, (ensō # 7), is a platform for thinking about the challenges of inhabiting a space from a non-visual construction.

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