Many families are victims of human trafficking and are forced to separate. Therefore, home has become their life of care for each other and pain, this life is looking for a way home. On the way home, there is despair, there is hope. Have fear, have courage. There is lost, there is search. There is death, there is survival. Even a ray of life must find a way home.
In today’s world, there are often cases of trafficking in women and human organs. I choose the Biblical allusion that Eve was made from the rib removed from Adam’s body, which is intended to make people realize that men and women are one and cannot hurt each other.
I used the collage method in this work. From a group of artworks, several photos were extracted to create a new scene. There is a man whose features are hidden, and he wears strange clothes. He shields the eye of a young woman who cannot see her fate. At the same time, scissors cover the young woman’s mouth and prevent her from talking or screaming. At the back, a cat appears watching what is happening, but is afraid and cannot provide assistance as a metaphor for people or public opinion
In this image there is billiards, but instead of seeing real balls, we notice women’s breasts as a metaphor for honor. But who is playing? Here the stick appears, but the player is absent to allow the viewer to interpret the image.
STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING
This poster tries to provide hints that people are being caged and taken away in the dark by those who are involved in human trafficking. The background is in a darker tone and a cast of light focus our attention on the victims and the “hand” that drags the trolley away, as if they are toys.
The human trafficker has a dark heart and keeps his prey tightly.
A Jamaican women in the form of a sewing machine. The machine looks old, indicative of old considerations in the exploitation of women. Sewing here is a metaphor for all kinds of work that exploit women.
Sexual exploitation is one of the main contents of human trafficking, and the call of the hand is also the call of the body.
Human trafficking will plunge many people’s lives into endless darkness.