Running as part of Sheffield's Festival of the Mind, 'The Tactile Image' is a photography exhibition based on the work of Clive Egginton and friends.
Inspired by recent experiences, Clive hopes to explore the way in which we 'view' images. Each photo in the exhibition has a tactile equivalent which allows visitors to 'feel' the images and experience photography in a new and accessible way.
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