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Gallery: Mythos
Frame: wood over glass
Year: 2002
Media: gicleé print on archival paper
Description:
'King Of The Blind' is one of three illustrations that appeared in OLAM Magazine in 2001. These three digital prints were created from original black and white line illustrations. OLAM, meaning 'world' is a Judaic philosophical journal published by Suissa-Miller Advertising, Inc. in Los Angeles, CA. This publication, produced as a personal project by a principal in that agency solicits no advertising and is issued when funding is available, approximately twice a year. Each issue is centered on a theme, in this case, exploring the facets of disability. I chose to interpret disability as states of the spirit dominating those of the body. Here are some thoughts that inspired this image: Acknowledging the delicate balance of life lived in two worlds; of sighted individuals and those who are congenitally blind or have lost their vision through accident or illness. This image addresses the loneliness and frustration of limited sensory mobility that is enhanced, yet mitigated in its expression by unlimited imagination.
Dimensions: 14 x 11
Price: 300.00

King of the Blind