Installation: 21 prints on braille paper, text, braille text, and wood board, dimensions variable. MCAD, USA 2010. This piece represents an attempt to capsize and subvert a system. I asked three visually impaired young men, students at the Blind Inc. of Minneapolis, to take me through a tour of the city, choosing for themselves which places and which avenues to take. The itineraries became relational and affective routes, subverting any traditional form of tourism, escaping its speculative logics where cities become only shop windows. “Irregular Tours” aims at overthrowing our expected relationship with the environment and with space, inviting us to reinvent it, and encourages us to undo physical barriers as well as personal ones. The installation is made of a sequence of 21 photos, 3 for every location visited. Every picture is accompanied by a text in braille, telling the story of the location and of our encounter.