Journey through the looking glass of identity and see artist Angélica Dass’s internationally acclaimed Humanae project exploring self in a world of we.

In its neutral handling of skin tone, Humanae calls into question the contradictions and stereotypes.

This taxonomy adopts the format of the PANTONE® Guide, which gives the sample a degree of hierarchical horizontality that diluted the false preeminence of some races over others in terms of skin color. 
The presentation of the range of color shades induce the viewer to reflect on one of the dual meanings containing the word identity: that associated with equality. 
Humanae activates a semantic mechanism with an “innocent” displacement of the socio-political context of the racial problem in a safe environment, as is a color catalog in which the “primary” colors have exactly the same importance as “mixed”.