Primary Voice is an interdisciplinary design studio that gives a voice to the invisible inhabitants in cities through interactive media.
Started in 2014, the practice bears witness to radical urban transformations by documenting the lives of industrial workers and others as they move from their rural origins. The studio is an international team of designers, technologists, filmmakers and interpreters who conduct research, make films, design interactive experiences and run workshops.
Mikaela Kvan | Founder, urbanist + designer
Mathieu Eyméoud | interaction designer + programmer
Jean-Alex Quach | graphic designer
Choun Reasey | Khmer interpretation and translation
Simouy Seng | interview assistant, Khmer interpretation and translation
Sok Chanrado | video and photography
Zhu Lei | Mandarin + Cantonese interpretation and translation
Daniel Huang | photography