How do the visually-impaired see the world?
In 2012, visual artist Alecia Neo embarked on her Taiwan residency at Bamboo Curtain Studio. Here she organised a one-month photography workshop with Eden Social Welfare Foundation, working with the visually-impaired to explore ways to express themselves through photography. Here, the visually-impaired were given the opportunity to create and compose images that reflect their personality and the challenges they've had to overcome. The animation below brings you on a journey through the daily lives of visually-impaired participants in Taiwan. From picturesque landscapes to touching portraiture, these are scenes from their lives as taken from their cameras.