Multiple Discrimination. Three Visual Portraits
In close collaboration with Elinor, Pascal and Meloe, she developed three visual portraits. This participatory approach allows the portrayed people to point out their personal perceptions and perspectives on multiple discrimination. Furthermore, it has a self-empowering impact and provides them with a space to talk about their experiences. This process also challenges the designer’s own view on discrimination and privilege and forces her to reflect and redefine her own position.
Nadia Lanfranchi’s investigations are based on a critical design approach. She explores the potentials of visual communication to challenge the way we perceive the world – not only through form and content but, very importantly, through the design process itself.