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A tiny format painting with copper leaf, silver leaf, acrylic, and a real circuit board about how the computer has given me access to the world, a narrative of my life as a Deaf person, part of the major Deaf culture project. The still life of the white crumpled paper is a spatial movement of the word “Access” signed in Auslan, our Deaf sign language. If it were not for the computer, I would be totally isolated and dependent on many people who can hear the phone and other things. I am very blessed, very lucky, we all Deaf community members are.

It is currently in exhibition at the 5 x 9 art show in Connections Art Space, on Walker St, Dandenong and was created during an artist residency at the Heritage Hill residency in Dandenong.

My Access to the World

Chelle Destefano

AUD$450
Size: 22.86w x 12.7h x 1d cms
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A tiny format painting with copper leaf, silver leaf, acrylic, and a real circuit board about how the computer has given me access to the world, a narrative of my life as a Deaf person, part of the major Deaf culture project. The still life of the white crumpled paper is a spatial movement of the word “Access” signed in Auslan, our Deaf sign language. If it were not for the computer, I would be totally isolated and dependent on many people who can hear the phone and other things. I am very blessed, very lucky, we all Deaf community members are.

It is currently in exhibition at the 5 x 9 art show in Connections Art Space, on Walker St, Dandenong and was created during an artist residency at the Heritage Hill residency in Dandenong.