In conjunction with Mooks, Andy Uprock continues his onslaught on wire fences with his cuprocking, this time inviting you all to witness his new show 'Poetry in Braille Peace'. Andy explains 'After over two years of my braille work with cups in Sydney, i would like to invite you to my debut show for the blind, 'Poetry in Braille'. I collectively built a team for this show, thus being Georgie and Milenka from Tmod and photographer Jeremy Wolf, in all bringing together new life to an existing conscience'.
'Our mission for this exhibition is to poetically engage the senses of the human heart in turn alchemising and broadening new avenues in communication through the language of braille. The vision for this show is to give a new understanding to the language of braille in society, opening up possibilities of a new conscience on how we as people perceive communication. In this case an emotive interactive tangible language that can be touched and felt in an everyday urban street landscape with the simple medium of cups and chain-link fencing, which opens up a whole new world for those with high low or no vision and in turn the evolution and creation of interactive braille jewellery.'