The Visual Sociology Research Group was born in 2007 to bring the concept of public sociology to life and follow the interests of many of its founders in using visual language to disseminate the outcomes of social research.
Since then, the Visual sociology Research Group has been using the camera and the video camera as tools to research social reality, producing many documentaries, exhibitions, and graphic novels, but first and foremost it has started to use still and moving images as part of its methodological approach to social research in order to develop its participatory nature. (Read more)
Since its creation in 2010, Laboratorio di Sociologia Visuale has developed multiple visual research practices, producing sociological documentaries and organizing photographic exhibitions but also carrying out experimental productions and developing new formats such as ethnographic fictions, ethno-graphic novels and sociological art exhibits. Below, you will find its latest productions. To see all the visual productions, please visit the Research Practices page… (View all)