Myein, by Ann Hamilton, was an art installation at the American Pavilion during the 48th Venice Biennale in Italy, in 1999. I was in Florence at the time, studying architecture (at Syracuse University) and we spent a few days in the Veneto region touring and sketching. My photos from that trip have since disappeared, but the image of this project will forever remain vivid in my mind. What you miss in the photo, however, is the movement of the incarnadine red powder down the walls of braille. Poetic and dynamic. It was one of the most memorable art experiences of my life, so I just had to share the photo after reading this article today.