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An image of a person running their fingers over the braille on the surface of the artwork.A detail shot of the item—a cream colored piece of paper with writing in braille—sitting on a white backdrop.

Artist Edition

Lenka Clayton x FWM

Description of Constantin Brancusi's Sculpture for the Blind (c.1920)

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Description

This limited-edition print is a Braille translation describing Constantin Brancusi’s Sculpture for the Blind written by artist Lenka Clayton. The print stems directly from the artist’s work, Sculpture for the Blind, by the Blind, a collaborative project with The Fabric Workshop and Museum intended to widen the accessibility of Brancusi’s iconic sculpture in a new and poetic manner. This print was Braille-pressed at the National Braille Press in Boston, and hand letter-pressed in Pittsburgh.

Lenka Clayton, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia.

Braille-Print, Letter Press on Whipped Cream French Paper
11 7/16 x 7 1/8 inches
Edition of 235 + 5 Artist Proofs

Meet the Artist

Lenka Clayton

Lenka Clayton is an interdisciplinary artist whose work considers, exaggerates, and alters the accepted rules of everyday life, extending the familiar into the realms of the poetic and absurd. As an Artist-in-Residence, Clayton’s artistic inquiry explored unanswered questions of iconic works of art.