“Identity” is a series of mixed media artworks that are grouped inventories of fragments: paintings, photographs, fabrics, and digital prints. The work explores the varying relationships between past and popular culture by referencing colonial history. The portraits have a new abstract identity, which emphasizes the cultural and traditional overlap, people around the world went through over the centuries. These portraits show the similarities between people irrespective of the varied physical differences. My work is about raising awareness and advocating for equality for all, highlighting the beauty and richness of diversity in our world. My ultimate goal is to create space for dialogue and change, using my art to amplify the voices and experiences of marginalized communities.