By Sharon Fujimoto-Johnson What does it really mean to see? What would the world look like if you could not see? Tony Deifell put cameras in the hands of visually impaired teenagers and taught them how to take photographs in a literacy-through-photography class. The result is Seeing Beyond Sight, a 152-page art book that showcases an astonishing and sometimes challenging view of self-expression and creation. Explore Seeing Beyond Sight here.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://spectrummagazine.org/article/news/2007/06/13/art-seeing-beyond-sight