Our handphones are with us 24/7. If we gave them a chance, what stories would they tell about our lives? Led by interdisciplinary writers Charlene Shepherdson and Nabilah Said, join independent comics publisher, Difference Engine, and data-driven editorial studio, Kontinentalist in this creative non-fiction workshop as they share how you can create data visualisations and stories straight from your photo gallery.
This programme is co-presented with Difference Engine and is recommended for ages 18 and above.
Writers / Presenters
Claire is a highly visual individual with an interest in telling stories as she seeks to bring experiences to audiences across mediums.
Griselda is a Singapore-based Indonesian artist with experience in editorial illustration, comics, and visual development for games and animation.
Charlene Shepherdson is a writer and dramaturg focused on language in written, performative and visual forms.
Nabilah Said is an award-winning playwright, editor and interdisciplinary artist. She is the editorial lead of Kontinentalist, a Singapore-based editorial studio that publishes urgent and compelling data-driven stories about Asia.
Kontinentalist is a data-driven editorial studio intent on bringing Asia to the forefront of global conversations. They tell stories on Asia’s key topics by visualising data, bridging the gap between research and the public.