MOON BRAILLE is a body of sculptural paintings by Jaye Moon. Viewers will experience Moon’s work through the brilliant colors, bold patterns, and the novelty of using universally appealing, mathematical toys as an art medium. Moon’s LEGO paintings also contain messages transcribed in braille code. She uses braille because it is based on binary logic that transcends political, cultural, and social structures. It is the mode of language for the people who are often overlooked. These works of vibrant hues and striking designs break new ground amidst the contemporary human condition of isolation caused by barriers of sexuality and disability. They form a unique genre of art that opens up possibilities and freer and wider ways to communicate for everyone.