While in Charlotte, NC (USA) on a residency with the nice McColl Centre for Visual Art folks, I developed a project with the Metrolina Association for the Blind, and through a series of art workshops we developed conversations about the limiting nature of visual art (objects), and instead talked about 'art as an idea'. This book is the culmination of these dialogues, and acts both as a publication that explores the emphasis in contemporary art on a purely visual interface of the world, but also exists as a sculptural representation of a certain type of information. It also reverses access to certain types of information (i.e., visual art), being a book about the flaws of visual-based works that is only accessible to the blind