Sight Of Emotion is an Association that aims to change perceptions about people with visually impaired, focusing in their skills, empowering them and including them in the social, employment and education spheres, helping them to overcome their barriers.
Born in 2006 from the initiative of the photographer Gina Badenoch who realized, after carrying out an investigation on visually impaired photographers in London, that photography is a tool with a great potential for people with this disability, and that through their photographs they can be heard and seen again.
In this way, photography has become the main tool for Sight Of Emotion to break paradigms and transcend the limits of visual disability in a creative, interactive and innovating way.
Since its birth, the work of Sight Of Emotion has directly impacted more than 350 thousand people, fostering the aspirations and wishes of visually impaired people, promoting their access to art and culture, and raising awareness in society to achieve integration and respect for people with and without visually impaired.
Philosophy of Sight Of Emotion
Promoting the comprehensive development of people with and without visual impairement, building a bridge of communication and integration through innovating and interactive activities.
Changing perceptions about visually impaired people, focusing on their strengths and achieving a successful inclusion in the social, employment and educational spheres.
The World needs another way to see...