There are several books, which have been published about Dialogue in the Dark and its impacts.
|2009 “Behind the Voice in the Dark” (Kansas City, USA)
This collection of stories and anecdotes depicts the wisdom of a group of visually impaired tour guides. Photographs of the guides and the exhibition where they work complement their personal contributions.
|2008 “I am Here” (Hamburg, Germany)
The focus of this book is to document the impact of Dialogue in the Dark on the visually impaired staff. Their personal opinions and emotions are the central point of our analysis.
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|2006 “Passaggi” (Rovereto, Mexico)
In the early nineties, Dialogue in the Dark contemporary art scene raising interest and curiosity. What’s behind this success story? Passaggi presents reflections, personal accounts, and images from Saramago, Ferlinghetti, Massimo Donà, Silvano Petrosino, and Renato Rizzi who describe the indelible afterglow and destiny of the dark. The book was conceived by Dialogue in the Dark team members after the exhibition ran at MART, Modern and Contemporary Art Museum of Trento and Rovereto.
|2006 “Diálogo en la Oscuridad” (Monterrey, Mexico)
This book is the Second Edition of the catalogue with the same title, which was published in 2004 when Dialogue in the Dark was presented in the Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. The reprint was issued while Dialogue in the Dark was presented at the Auditorium Carlos Prieto in the Parque Fundidora in Monterrey, Neuvo Leon as part of the Forum of Cultures.
|2004 “Dialog in the Dark” (Tokyo, Japan)
This book was published when Dialogue in the Dark was presented in Tokyo, Japan in 2004.
|2004 “Diálogo en la Oscuridad” (Mexico City, Mexico)
This book was published when Dialogue in the Dark was presented in the Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City in 2004.
|2002 “Dialogo Nel Buio” (Milan, Italy)
This small book, which is completely white inside with nothing at all printed in it, was part of the advertising campaign of “Dialogo nel Buio” at Palazzo Reale, Milano in 2002. As in the exhibition visitors cannot see any images and have to use their imagination and senses to describe it, the catalogue is blank so that anybody can fill it with his or her emotions. The slogan is “Learn to see”.
|2001 “Dialog im Dunkeln” (Hamburg, Germany)
This book is about “blindness”. In this book, visually impaired and sighted authors chose their visit of the exhibition, their everyday life or their career as a starting point for their reflections.
|1994 “Dialogue dans le Noir” (Paris, France)
In 1994 the French catalogue was the first publication about Dialogue in the Dark. It was an attempt to reflect the experience from different angles in order to better understand a culture without images