One of the realities of my access related phone settings is that in bright sun I really can barely see what's on my screen at all. And so I present the following selfies that feel like a collaboration between me and my access settings.
[Image description 1: Me, Alison, a fat, white woman with red glasses, orange lipstick, and wearing a grey tshirt, under telephone lines with green trees, a street, a brick building, and a car in the background. My purple backpack straps are visible.]
[Image description 2: Me, Alison, a fat, white woman with asymmetrical curly blonde hair that in front of blue sky and trees in the distance.]
[Image description 3: Me, Alison, a fat, white woman with asymmetrical curly blonde hair, red migraine glasses, and my eyes closed. Green trees in distance.]
This is Selfitudes, a publication by artist Alison Bergblom Johnson. For the latest with Alison, please visit her Now page on her website. Alison is a multidisciplinary artist interested in joy, disability, and identity.
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