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Invisible Workers

Photo: Victoria Sarria Paz

Do children work in Sweden? What children have to say about child work? Invisible Workers is a visual and critical newsprint that challenges the common idea that childhood is not related to work. It is the result of a series of participatory workshops where children had the opportunity to ask, discuss and set their own perspective about child work. As a child culture designer, I focused on setting different scenarios for exploration as well as on providing the tools and objects that worked as evidence and means of communication of the subject in an artistic way.

The main challenge centered on the discussion about child work as well as finding the most meaningful artistic manifestations of children’s experiences. The subject that is mainly related to child labour and apparently out of the Swedish context led me to understand my role as a mediator rather than a producer. This change of perspective allowed me to expand the possibilities of design when it comes to inquire and include the voices of children.

Photo: Victoria Sarria Paz

Sidansvarig: Carina Krantz|Sidan uppdaterades: 2017-11-20

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