To Touch is to See

“Social Programs” contains images of the fifty-four programs that were initiated under FDR and the New Deal. Within each panel, individual images symbolize the essence of various innovative programs, set within a background of the hands and faces of workers. The names of each program are also written in Braille. These are organized as five bronze panels, each measuring 6 x 6 feet with five corresponding bronze cylinders, which contain the negative images or molds of the five panels.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial 

March 17th, 2019

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