Digital artist Débora Silva is creating 3D scans of people who are taking part in the global Black Lives Matter protests. Based in London, her project includes digital visualizations of activists who were present in London's Hyde Park. Not meant to be a commercial product or a tool for surveillance, Débora Silva's 3D renderings are intended "to immortalize this historic moment."
The creative is sharing her dynamic images on the Instagram platform and they are powerful, to say the least. She seeks to exhibit protestors—who are mostly wearing masks and sporting signs—in a new light. This pertains both on the level of the individual and that of the collective movement. Through this project, Débora Silva is hoping to revolutionize protest photography.
Image Credit: Débora Silva