When TED Prize winner JR announced his wish to turn the world “Inside Out,” inviting people around the globe to share a photo portrait along with a statement about what they stand for, 7 photographers from Karachi stood up to participate. 25 individuals offered a portrait of themselves, and called attention to the issue of discrimination against minority communities in Pakistan.
These photographs serve as a means to expose the discrimination of these minority communities, and to initiate dialogue on the issue through these personal portraits.
Read more: http://www.tedxkarachi.com/2011/tedxkarachi-inside-out-project/
The presentation presented at TEDxKarachi for the event can be seen here.
The INSIDE OUT project is a creation of the street artist JR, the recipient of the 2011 TED Prize (Watch JR’s TED talk here).
TEDxKarachi – Inside Out Project
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