I’m sick and tired of the dehumanization of Black people and the exertion of control placed on our bodies. Our skin is ours, and our bodies are our own. We are not a vessel for your hatred and insecurity.
NYU Abu Dhabi is one of the few university campuses in the world that is still operating, while struggling to stay safe, retain a sense of community and safeguard both individual and community health. This photo series documents, subtly, the emotional and psychological impacts on young students whose lives have been interrupted by the looming virus…
I’ve noticed my work has become brighter and more whimsical as the world has become darker and more dystopian …
Scenes of Abu Dhabi, UAE during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Tóia Azevedo’s main artistic research is on the concept of identity. She uses her own body to make this search: in self portraits, mixed media collages, embroidery, performance.
As an Iranian female artist based in Arkansas, Rajabi’s work revolves around the desire to reconcile her relationship with two distinctive spaces: her homeland, Tehran, and place of residence, Arkansas.
Gabriela Kucuruza is a young Brazilian artist who works with the expressions of bodies, existence, colors, feelings and femininity.