Our proposal in community intervention area is the development of projects that facilitate processes of coexistence and equality through photography as a means for social transformation. Promote participatory experiences through which to explore the identities that are generated from the territories inhabited and where you use the Photography to generate ideas and creative proposals within the community. We tend to network with entities present in the territory for Community action we propose takes into account the specific realities of the site concerned.
Behind the facade

Behind the facade is a project commissioned by the Casal de Jóvenes Palau Alos. Has as purpose recover the historical memory of the building Palau Alòs and make it known through photography. Through a collaborative process, starring people who have participated in the life of the building we have created five images of fiction. Each of her is a cross-cutting issue in the history of Palau: venue, immigration, institutional violence, theater and real estate speculation.

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Photography and community intervention

 

DISTRICT SUMMER

This activity, responsible por el Distrito de San Martin, wants to influence the improving coexistence among local people. Our proposal is based on to involve the neighbors, from several photo shoots in the neighborhood streets, which are the protagonists and. In a second stage it has facilitated the construction of texts, around the theme of coexistence, to complement the images. Pictures and texts are endpiece sticking wall as one wall in the neighborhood.

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Photography and community intervention

 

INTERVENTION PALAU ALÓS

The idea is to build a final image that represents all people who use the equipment Palau Alos. Therefore, a photographic set where users are located before the camera so self-standing fotomaton. an atmosphere is generated where the participants, especially teenagers, use the take pictures as an expression activity. Our goal is to make visible the links between the users and equipment.

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Photography and community intervention