Summer 2017

Client: Center for Identity, Inclusion and Social Change


This poster design was a part of a larger process of creating a theme for the upcoming year, in regards to guest speakers, creative workshops and sustained dialogues. Disidentification is the absence of identification, the absence of the contraction, the absence of the belief. If you believe that there is a part that is pushed away, you are making it real; the mind is still holding on, contracting in that place.