Cover page for E-publication Move For?ward (Unseen: Inside Out)
The Making of Move For?ward (Unseen: Inside Out)
Free E-Publication featuring essays from our team and invited contributors from Move For?ward (Unseen: Inside Out)

Unseen Art Initiatives presents Move For?ward (Unseen: Inside Out), an interactive art installation at National Gallery Singapore, as part of Light to Night Festival 2022. This publication features writings about the process of developing the two year long project by visually impaired artist Claire Teo and artists Kira Lim, Clarence Chung, Samuel Woo, in collaboration with 12 visually impaired co-creators.  

Edited by Kei Franklin
Contributing Writers:
Suenne Megan Tan
Kirin Heng
Claire Teo
Kira Lim
Jesslyn Lim
Alecia Neo
with quotes from Clarence Chung
and Samuel Woo

Edited by Nasri Shah
This issue is a collaboration between Unseen Art Initiatives and socially engaged art platform, BRACK and is available in both print and digital copies. The digital version contains extended essays by Dr Jay Koh and creative producer Mok Cui Yin.
This issue focuses on an on-going long-term art project, Unseen: Constellations (2014-2016) by artist Alecia Neo, that provides a platform for seven youths living with visual-impairment (VI) to explore self-identity and their dreams.
This special issue coalesces relationships, conversations, debates, and experiences around the two-year long project that is Unseen: Constellations, through personal accounts, including: Justin Lee’s post-conversation circle commentary on sustainability, Qian Wenyi and Megan Miao’s allude to image-making, Jay Koh points out the axes of power in its “participation”, while Seet Yunteng and Mok Cui Yin offer different ways of imaging the production of Unseen:Constellations.
This collaboration is an inaugural editorial endeavour at Brack. Both contributors and Unseen participants reflect to “see” the threads of  -- equally via its participants and its potential audiences -- what makes a socially engaged work, and what produces its communities. As Nasri Shah elucidates, the ‘constellation’ is only discernible in retrospect.

Available for purchase at Books Actually and Objectifs Gallery Shop
Kindly request for your complimentary print book available upon purchase of digital version via email: 
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Our work can also be found in the following publications:
The Art of Anti-Exclusion, edited by Dr. Felicia Low
Art in Context: Learning From the Field, edited by Herman Bashiron Mendolicchio and Susanne Bosch
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