"I'm going to tie a string to an object outside of the museum and anchor it to an object inside to indicate a route that's significant to me," says Carmen Papalia, an artist-in-residence at the V&A museum in London.
He calls himself a non-visual learner - though others would say he's blind. When finding his way around, he doesn't like using a white cane - he thinks it is too symbolic of being blind. Instead he enjoys discovering other ways of navigating and learning about his surroundings.
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