「活一生人」精神病康復者攝影展
Life and Times - Photo Exhibition of People with Mental Illness

關於精神病康復者生命故事的真誠之作,歌手何韻詩、作家陳慧誠意推薦

「他們就像一面鏡子,讓活在「正常」中的我們,照出我們社會還有自己最脆弱陰暗的一面。這一課,也許不只是他們的自修課,而是我們所有人的集體課。」
--何韻詩

「眾人看他們,除了病,就似一無所有;久而久之,竟致看不見他們藏著的,一顆希罕的、赤誠的心。」-- 陳慧

Heart touching work tells the life and times of people who suffer from mental illness; Singer Denise Ho and writer Wai Chan sincerely recommend.

"They act as a mirror for the rest of us "normal" people, reflecting the darkness that exists not only in society but also in every one of us. The trials and tribulations of their lives aren't theirs alone to overcome. There's a collective lesson in there for all of us." By hocc (Denise Ho)


免費入場 Free admission

展覽現場將義賣《活一生人》攝影集
Charity sale of photo album Life and Times during exhibition

主辦: 香港社區組織協會
Organizer: Society for Community Organization

攝影: 岑允逸
Photography by: Dustin Shum

文字: 盧曼詩、彭碧珊、張意宇、袁柏恩 、覃純健、何裕
Text by: Maisy Lo Man-sze, Pang Pik-shan, Cheung Yee-yee, Yuen Pak-yan, Chum Shun-kin, Ho Yu-hang


時間|地點
Date | Venue

2014年10月3日- 10月6日 10am -10pm | 尖沙咀香港文化中心地下大堂E3及E4展區
10 am-10pm, October 3-6, 2014 | Ground floor, Exhibition area E3 and E4, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui

2014年10月24日- 12月21日 逢星期五、六、日 12pm-7pm | 深水汝州街269號1樓
12pm - 7pm, October 24 - December 21, Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday | 1st floor, 269 Yu Chau Street, Sham Shui Po

開幕茶會 Opening reception

2014年10月24日7pm-9pm | 深水汝州街269號1樓
7pm - 9pm, October 24,2014 | 1st floor, 269 Yu Chau Street, Sham Shui Po

活一生人出版 Publication of "Life and Times"(2014)

紀錄香港精神病康復者的活一生人的故事.

A photo album which documents the real stories of the people with mental illness in Hong Kong.

售價 Price: HKD$ 150 港元

下載訂購表格 Download Subscription Form

 


了解精神病康復者公眾活動 Public Activities for Understanding People with Mental Illness

下載公眾活動報名表 Download Application Form for Public Activities

深水SoCO269展覽期間,「活一生人」將舉辦一系列公眾教育活動。如有興趣參加,請填妥報名表,電郵(socohkg@gmail.com)或傳真(2761 3326)予本會,稍後我們會進一步與你聯絡,謝謝!

Public education activities will be held during the exhibition in SoCO269, SSP. If you are interested, please fill in the form, e-mail (socohkg@gmail.com) or fax (2761 3326) it to us. We will contact you to make arrangement afterwards. Thanks!

(1) 放映活動: 紀錄片《十日談》 | Screening: Documentary The Decameron

簡介:何韻詩慈善基金出品,麥婉欣導演,以真實的個案與精彩的訪問,為觀眾揭露了造成精神病患的社會成因,呈現社會的不善之處,是反映精神病的高質素紀錄片。
Introduction: Produced by Hocc Charity Fund and directed by Mak Yan Yan, The Decameron is a documentary of high quality which explores social causes of mental illness and reveals problems of society.

日期及時間 Date & Time:8/11/2014, Sat, 7pm-9pm


(2) 真人圖書館:借閱真人,聆聽故事 | Human Library: "Borrow" a person; Read real stories

簡介:對精神病康復者你有什麼認識?曾和他們聊天傾談嗎?香港社區組織協會與突破書誌Breakazine!合作,推出真人圖書館@精神病康復者活動,以真人作書,分享讀不完的邊緣故事,歡迎市民報名成為真誠耐心的讀者。

Introduction: What do you think of people with mental illness? Have you ever talked with them? Co-organized by SoCO and Breakazine!, Human Library@ People suffering from mental illness involves persons as books in sharing their marginalized stories. Let's join us as a sincere good reader!

日期及時間 Date & Time: 22/11/2014, Sat, 3pm-6pm


(3)
講座分享:「你如何看精神病康復者?復元概念新角度 | Talks: The recovery perspective:A fresh view of mental illness

簡介:鄭仲仁先生(Vincent) 與精神疾病生活了30年,亦成為社工幫回同路人,在本港積極推廣以復元觀點來服務精神病康復者,對精神疾病有深切體驗與理解。本會邀請Vincent與公眾分享如何看精神困擾,社會大眾如何對待它及相關的復元人士等。
Introduction: Living with mental illness for the past 30 years, Mr. Vincent Cheng also works as social worker to serve people who share similar experience with him. With in-depth understanding of mental illness, Vincent is dedicated to promoting the recovery values. In this talk, SoCO invites Vincent to share his view on mental distress and how public view on it.

日期及時間 Date & Time:13/12/2014, Sat, 3pm-5pm


(4) 團體導賞 Group Visits & Tour

簡介:社工帶你參觀展覽,以短片及分享為你深入講解精神病康復者社群,適合20-35人團體,每場導賞約1小時
Introduction: In-depth introduction of people who suffer from mental illness by social workers; suitable for groups of 20-35 persons; each tour lasts one hour

收費:非牟利團體:HK $500/團; 商業機構:HK $1,000/團
Charges: Non-profit organizations: HK$ 500/group; Business institutions: HK$ 1,000/group

 


 


 

1. 宋文民 : 「我滿足啦,因為有間公屋。」

"It's enough. At least I have a flat." Says Sung Man-man.



2. 陳澤基 : 「細佬做木工叻我好多,又識得整屋企D鎢絲電燈,佢好聰明。」

"My brother was the more skilful with his hands. He even knew how to fix the lights at home. He was really smart." Says Chan Chak-ki.



3. 阮群芳 : 「百分之一百係我手筆劃出來……

"This is 100 per cent my creation." says Fong-fong Yuen Kwan-fong.



4. 陳炯常 : 「我一直跟他說話,但他從來沒有回答過我,也沒有說過一句話。我當他是弟弟。」

"I always talk to him but he never responds, never a word. I consider him my brother." says Chan Kwang-sheung.



5. 黃志華(右) : 「那時覺得整個世界圍著你,人家每說一句話,做每一個行為都可能是形容自己、指點自己。」

莫滿成 (左) :「我係人心目中唔系一個炸彈,咁我已經係康復返架喇!」

"At the time the whole world seemed to be closing in on me. I felt that everything that other people said or did were directed at me." says Wong Chi-wah (right).

"As long as other people no longer see me as a walking bomb, I feel I've recovered." says Mok Moon-shing (left).


 

6. 王莉萍 : 「女兒是我生的,應該是最親,但又最遠,見不到。」

"My daughter is the closest person to me, yet also the furthest away; I never see her." says Wong Lee-ping.