Friday, June 19, 2009

Mark Kessell: To Be Determined

Mark Kessell: To Be Determined. "...In the absence of (at least) 90% of the sensory stimulation available to sighted children, blind children still develop a strong sense of identity.
These children cannot look at themselves in a mirror, cannot see the faces of their parents, siblings, or peers, and are unable to compare their own appearance with others. They are unaffected by the powerful visual influences of television, film or advertising which pervade the culture to which sighted children are exposed." From Studiocyberia - works by Mark Kessell.


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