On 26 June 1974, the first barcode was scanned. Since then everything is being turned into data. Now everything can be sold, even our thoughts. In this design, the barcode represents Capitalism falling into a person who can’t choose to be outside the system,…
We live in a modern age, where privacy is seriously threatened. Privacy is one of the most important civil liberties we have. We are more data in a table than people on our feet for the powerful. This piece is a mirror to see ourselves…
This piece shows Rosalind Franklin, English chemist and X-ray crystallographer whose work was central to the understanding of the molecular structures of DNA, RNA and viruses.
This piece shows Alan Turing, English mathematician, computer scientist, logician, cryptanalyst, philosopher, and theoretical biologist. One of the most profound minds of the twenty century
This piece shows Camile Claudel, a French sculptor, best known for her bronze and marble depictions of figures. She was a victim of the sexism of her time and died in relative obscurity.
This piece shows Vincent van Gogh, the famous Post-Impressionist painter who lived his entire life in obscurity, was recognized for his genius only after his death.
This piece shows Al-Maʿarrī. Arab philosopher, poet, and writer from the 10th century of the common era. He was also a Vegan fighting for the animal rights.
This piece shows Suzanne Césaire. French writer, teacher, theorist, anti-colonial, and an active feminist. She is the creator of the Afro-Surrealism and co-founder of the journal Tropiques.
This piece shows Charles Darwin. The English naturalist is known for his revolutionary proposition that all species of life have descended over time from common ancestors.
Liberation Through Art is the first work from the Dispersions series, a series of paintings exploring Abstract Lidimism.