- Published by:
- Elk Studios
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"90 pages Perfect-bound
Jan nou wè l/The Way We See It is a powerful collection of 47 original photographs taken by more than 30 Haitian women who have been victims of gender-based violence. The photographs capture their post-earthquake reality: tarpaulin shelters, makeshift bathrooms and kitchens. In short, a world with few doors to lock in which no one has private space.
Published and designed by Elk Studios on the occasion of the exhibition The Way We See it at Splashlight Studios, New York City on April 28th 2011.
Pou fanm yo an Ayiti / For the women of Haiti
100% of the profits from this catalogue go to the following organizations:
Digital Democracy KOFAVIV (Komisyon Fanm Viktim Pou Viktim / Commission of Women Victims for Victims) FAVILEK (Fanm Viktim, Leve Kanpe / Women Victims Get up Stand up) KONAMAVID (Kodinasyon Nasyonal Viktim Direk / National Coordination of Direct Victims) KONAMSI (Viktim Koperativ ak Ti Komes / Victim Cooperative and Small Business)