Produced by the Change Agency, this resource gives a brief overview of the history, use and application of the photolanguage technique.
"Photolanguage is a means of communication designed to facilitate personal expression and interaction in small groups. The method is an innovative process using photographs which have been specially chosen for their aesthetic qualities, their capacity to stimulate the imagination, the memory and the emotions, and their ability to challenge the viewer to thoughtful reflection."
Source: The Change Agency, Process guide: Photolanguage, Australia
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- Further resources
James Whelan, The Change Agency (2014). Photolanguage, Australia, retrieved from https://thechangeagency.org/photolanguage/
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