INTER-VIEWS is a collection of visual stories that offers an intimate look into the lives of people who may not be as understood or visible in our society. Told from a first person point of view, this exhibition features photographs taken by communities that Photovoice SG has worked with, including youth on the autism spectrum, the children of ex-inmates, young adults who have experienced psychosis, and persons with HIV/AIDS. These are views from the inside that bring to light the hopes and concerns of persons who need to be more clearly seen and heard, and whose voices count as much in our land of stories.
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