PerspectivesOrganised by: Lim Lee Lee
Performed by: Lim Lee Lee, Victor Tan, Stephanie Esther Fam and Harmony Commmunity Choir
Special one night only - free screening of Perspectives.
Can a blind woman feel fear, anger and... empathy?
Why do some assume a wheelchair user is also intellectually disabled?
Is it possible for someone with very low vision to create beautiful works of art that intimately capture the beauty of human anatomy?
Perspectives is a digital exploration of life as disabled Singaporean creators.
The short film piece features monologues by Lim Lee Lee (And Suddenly I Disappear: The Singapore 'd' Monologues), Stephanie Fam (And Suddenly I Disappear: The Singapore 'd' Monologues), and Victor Tan, acclaimed visual artist. Harmony Community Choir, a choir for young adults with special needs, provides the sonic backdrop for the film.
This March, see the world through the eyes of a blind woman, take a walk in the shoes of a wheelchair user, and learn how disability brings new perspectives to artmaking.
Join the livestream of the event launch on 25 March. The film will be screened for free for one night only.
For more information and to register, visit PerspectivesFilm.com
Audio described trailer available.
The livestream will include Singapore Sign Language (SgSL). The film is captioned and audio described.