In Vision Portraits, acclaimed filmmaker Rodney Evans (Brother to Brother) asks, what does it mean to have vision? As he confronts his own sight loss due to a rare genetic condition, he turns to three blind/visually impaired artists—photographer John Dugdale, dancer Kayla Hamilton, and writer Ryan Knighton—for guidance and insight into their own artistic journeys. Though each artist has taken a unique approach to the ways in which their vision informs their work and their creative process, they all share a belief that vision is more than just physical sight. Through a unique and evocative style, Evans has created a tantalizing meditation on blindness and creativity, that opens our minds to new possibilities and redefines what it means to see.

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