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kal-eidos-cope

with the Early Psychosis Intervention Programme (EPIP), Institute of Mental Health

as derived from the Ancient Greek:
καλός (kalos) – “beautiful, beauty”
εἶδος (eidos) – “that which is seen: form, shape”
σκοπέω (skopeō) – “to look to, to examine”

kal-eidos-cope was a collaborative photovoice project by the Early Psychosis Intervention Programme (EPIP) and Photovoice SG. Over 10 weeks, clients from Club EPIP were mentored by a group of volunteer photographers on the craft of visual storytelling. This project aimed to help participants express their feelings, thoughts about their life and their journey of being associated with mental illness or being at risk. The experience not only allowed participants to gain new skills in photography but also allowed them to tell their story through their eyes. The photos on display are the stories of these extraordinary people, on subjects they care about. These pictures not only speak about their struggles and losses, but also of their hopes and dreams. We hope that these pictures will inspire you and on a broader level, help to change misconceptions that others may have about people who have experience with mental health problems.

Participants: Izz, Ben, Tessa, Stephen, Tan Pei Shan, Aaron, Eng Shawn, Toh Jie Kang, Stellar, Milkshake, Amanda, Ailah, Jeremiah Tan, Mike, Aaron Chua, Shah, Penpal, Aileen Kang

Mentor photographers: Geraldine Kang, Seah Wei Chuan, Jane Koh, Chua Chye Teck, Kee Ya Ting, Alice Renez Tay, Attilio Rapisarda, Lim Yaohui, Matthew G. Johnson, Valence Sim

Project administrators: Aisyah Yussof, Amanda Ng, Victor Lim, Chan Lishan, Kim Lim, Tan Joe-sie, Cheryl He, Sue-Anne Tan, Isaac Lew, Ronald Low.