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Chiapas, July 2000
Oaxaca, August and October 2004

In this landscape work, Nigenda appeals to our capacity to contemplate images with our eyes closed…to imagine.

The braille texts in this series are brief accounts—on occasion, metaphors—about his unique experience of the moment when he took each photograph, alluding to the tactile and sound stimulation he perceived, or else to the images that some of the photographs evoked in or suggested to him.

Starting with this series, the layout of the braille becomes more complex, not only because it is placed in close relation with specific elements of the photography but also because the writing is not linear at times.