The InSight project started with the concern that young people often find themselves displaced transitioning from childhood to adulthood. Using photography as a medium, InSight offered a literal lens to understand their societal position.
Through workshops and photo walks, InSight sought to verify participants' memories, with cameras as their tool of connection. Each image shows their relationship to the physical and social spaces where they live and move. The invisible becomes apparent, the ugly, beautiful, and the everyday–extraordinary. Their voices are amplified through their artmaking, as they develop their practice from documenting what they see, towards re-articulating their future.