Frida Ingha’s artwork consists of a signpost that is normally used to provide directions. The text on the sign is written in Braille instead of letters. The only problem is that the Braille message is far too high for anyone with a visual impairment to read it, and most sighted people cannot read Braille. The sign is accessible for no one at all.
The content of the sign does not point toward any destination, but instead consists of words such as parenthood, self-determination, education. Aspects that are often ignored by society for people outside the functional norm.
Artwork: Accessability for nobody
Artist: Frida Ingha
Material: Directions sign in Braille