PositiveNegatives produce literary comics, animations and podcasts about contemporary social and human rights issues. We combine ethnographic research with illustration, adapting personal testimonies into art, education and advocacy materials.
We are delighted to invite you to the our Augmented Reality exhibition, 'A Perilous Journey: Stories of Migration', in collaboration with SOAS University of London at the Brunei Gallery, SOAS, London, 21st April - 24th June.
Commissioned by the Open Society Foundations, "Born Julia and Julius" is a testimony of one man's experience of growing up in Uganda as an intersex person. Illustrated by Gabi Froden. Animated by Wael Toubaji. Music by Karam Aizouq. Voiceover by David Ongwech Onen.
Listen to our Director, Dr. Benjamin Dix, Senior Fellow at SOAS, speaking at the Watson Institute at Brown University, discussing how he combines his ethnographic research as an anthropologist and photographer, in collaboration with artists, to adapt personal testimonies into art, advocacy and educational materials.
This exciting educational charity engages, raises awareness and inspires both teachers and pupils. The powerful comic medium allows readers to interact with contemporary social and human rights issues. We have pilot tested our educational material in over 500 schools in 26 countries (and counting).