The Human Spectrum

Our culture is diverse. Yet our society insists on breaking us apart. Of course one cannot immediately tell a person's religion, sexual preference or political affiliation by sight, but what is always apparent is the color of our skin and this tends to be just enough to make someone be judged. This project is derived by coating variations of people with multiple colors of paint. When everyone is covered in vibrant colors, we can then all be the same. The water represents commercial society's need to wash this color away in order to catalog us again. The final image is a representation of how we can feel at our best before the paint is washed away.