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What a visually impaired person sees is represented in art
Gray and white splatters of paint on a black canvasTo better understand what a visually impaired person sees, Refinery 29 spoke with five blind or visually impaired women. They interviewed the women about what they ‘see’ and came up with a photo to represent the description. They then photographed the women to show the difference between what the women see and what the world sees.

This beautiful compilation is available here. The interviews are detailed and explain the images.

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