My conceptual idea came about due to my interest in the neutral colour range, along with the discriminatory behaviour in which the human race has against each other today. Through centuries, the world's civilians have fought against each other due to their differences. It seems that they are smothered in what they can see before them, disregarding the prejudice and democracy that came along with their actions. This encourages them to ignore where in fact the real problem actually was and still is.
In my studio practice, I was aiming to photograph and explore conceptual possibilities surrounding the perspectives on skin tone, and how in fact one person shares more similarities than differences. The aesthetic inspiration that I hoped to capture had a diverse and inclusive approach, with the intention of accentuating the term 'diversity within'. I want to identify all the possible tonal ranges of pink, white and brown of the human skin. As people get to interact with each other, it is only until then that people discover the similarities they withhold with someone, which is why they emulate others from within, symbolising the human-shaped stencil of multiple coloured squares. All of which should not inspire them to dislike others purely due to the stigma of racism and old school concepts recognised today.