The new (ab)normal

Rushdi Anwar

Isolation or Alienation has rooted, and become enduring conditions in lives of many individuals as (Homeless, disadvantage, marginal, and refugee). They live in society as (INVISIBAL PEOPLE).
Since the current situation have evolved The World and it civilizations has been challenged by INVISIBLE matter “COVID-19”. It has forced and created abnormal time experience of (isolation and alienation) for almost every individuals worldwide.
I hope we take these abnormal experiences, guide us to comprehend of reading the pain of others (INVISIBAL PEOPLE).

About the artist

Rushdi Anwar is a Melbourne-based artist originally from Kurdistan. Currently he is working between Australia and Thailand. His work often reflect on the socio-political issues. He poetically draws from personal experience and memory concerning contemporary issues displacement, Identity, conflicts, trauma and impact of colonialism. 
He has degrees a Masters of Fine Art, and a Doctorate of Philosophy Art (PhD), at RMIT University (2016). He has held solo and group exhibitions widely in Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Japan, Kurdistan, Norway, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, USA and Vietnam.