Human Rights: The Collision of Art and Technology

It started with a marker pen and some cellophane in 2011. I wrote all the common terms defining sexual orientation and gender identity on my body, later removing them all by tearing them off into a single crumpled piece. 
Months later, I started to fall down for hours, following the sound of negative words used against LGBTI people. 
Then, I filmed parts of moving bodies without any recognition of gender. 
I continued to develop works using the medium of video, photography, performance and sound. 
However, all these works started to be part of a bigger project that I named ‘Equality’. 

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