The Last Light

Oil pastels on premium paper with lacerations, 8 x 12 inches

Refugees, political prisoners, modern-day slaves,

activists incarcerated for speaking out against injustice,

People facing discrimination, death, disrespect for the colour of their skin,

or the caste or community or gender they were born in…

Who is ‘they’ and who is ‘us’? Today we are one, tomorrow the other

Depending on the position of those in power

This is what they/we see when their/our eyes are closing from the pain and suffering around them/us.

INR 15,000

Published by Manasvi Jerath

Community manager, eShe, and visual artist. Email: m@eshe.in

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