The single tag will be slightly longer than the others and will say FLAWED. It will be spelt out using English letters, written and embossed using the same technique as the braille. I have decided to do this because I want the sighted audience to have some small idea what the piece is about.
The rest of the tags will be full braille. Each pair will include a positive and negative message with the negative hidden behind the positive - the way it often is in real life. The words all come from the letterpress tags I have been handing out, I amtrying to match the positive and negative in a way that they balance each other out.
The paper to the side will say PLEASE DO TOUCH as well as the name of the piece (I'm still working on that!) I am going to have it all written in both English and Braille. I think it is really important that I do that since a large part of my inspiration is about inclusion and accessibility.
I am also concidering having a small book on a shelf under the tags with 'What do you like the most about you?' and 'What do you like the least about you?' written on the front. Inside I would leave space for people to add their own answers, as well as possibly answers I have already collected. I haven't made my mind up about that yet though.