Words can appear concrete but the reality is that they all have fuzzy edges.
A poem created by altering words which my collaborators said could be problematic.
Some of the letters created by my amazing collaborators in New Zealand to express their experience of reading. The work is cross-generational from 10 years to 65 years.
Words are recognised as being problematic for people with dyslexia. In this part of my research I sought to understand how dyslexics thought about words. They were described as both limiting and expansive if they were allowed to embrace the whole 'dyslexic' information contained in the word. The dyslexic information referred to all of the sensory information contained in a word even something as seemingly simple as 'tree.'