INTER-VIEWS : A Photovoice Collection (The Book)

INTER-VIEWS is a collection of work from Photovoice SG’s projects with four community groups from March 2012 to March 2013. This book features photovoice stories told in first-person by youth on the autism spectrum, the children of ex-inmates, young adults who have experienced or are at risk of psychosis, and persons living with HIV.

Details: 172 pages, SGD 25. Proceeds from the sale will go towards Photovoice SG’s work with more community groups.

You can browse and purchase the book at the following locations in Singapore (click on links for details on opening hours):

1. Artistry | 17 Jalang Pinang

2. BooksActually | 9 Yong Siak St

3. Objectifs | 56A Arab St

You may also order the book here:
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Photovoice is the concept of visual storytelling, told and created from the point of view of the personal subject. It offers an intimate look into the lives of people who may not have much visibility among us. As a participatory art, photovoice is about giving a voice to people who need to be seen, heard and understood for who they are, freed from the preconceptions and misunderstandings of wider society. It is about creating space for alternative stories and inviting others to listen.

About Photovoice SG

Photovoice SG is a non-profit arts organisation that harnesses the power of participatory photography to tell of hidden stories in Singapore. We design customised participatory photography experiences for local communities to help people find and voice their stories or concerns. Our projects are driven by passionate teams of volunteer mentor photographers and administrators, who believe alongside us that change can happen if we listen. Photovoice SG is a recipient of National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre’s New Initiative Grant in 2012..