Lee-Ann Olwage

The Right To Play #1
2021
THE BRIDGE GALLERY

Courtesy: The Bridge Gallery

Photography
Photography
Dimensioni / Size: 42x30 cm
Edizione / Edition: 10

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Every day, girls face barriers to education caused by poverty, cultural norms and practices, poor infrastructure and violence. The Right To Play creates a powerful narrative that sheds light on the challenges faced by millions of girls globally in their pursuit of an education. The project poses the question - What do girls dream of? And what happens when a supportive environment is created where girls are empowered and given the opportunity to learn and dream? What does that world look like?

Every day, girls face barriers to education caused by poverty, cultural norms and practices, poor infrastructure and violence. The Right To Play creates a powerful narrative that sheds light on the challenges faced by millions of girls globally in their pursuit of an education. The project poses the question - What do girls dream of? And what happens when a supportive environment is created where girls are empowered and given the opportunity to learn and dream? What does that world look like?


Lee-Ann Olwage

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Lee-Ann Olwage (b. 1986 in Durban) is a visual storyteller from South Africa who uses collaborative storytelling to explore themes relating to gender and identity. She is interested in using the medium of photography as a mode of co-creation and celebration and with her long-term projects, she aims to create a space where people she collaborates with can play an active part in the creation of images they feel tells their stories in a way that is affirming and celebratory.


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