A New Model for Access in the Museum

Carmen Papalia


A blind social practice artist, describes his own work—and play—in and around museums, and volunteers his services as access coordinator to any museum willing to rise to the challenge of his provocations. 

Key words: Blind artist, social practice art, blind access to museums. 



blind artist; social practice art; blind access to museums

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/dsq.v33i3.3757

Copyright (c) 2013 Carmen Papalia

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