When ideas are not questioned or tried through fire, they become norms; they become culture regardless of how barbaric and ominous they seem. Sometimes, these ideas become norms because a few selected people – more often than not, the aged or those in a place of power – make them so, sometimes for personal benefits or aversions.
In a world that is tirelessly geared towards an inclusive society for people of all kinds; sexual orientations, special abilities, and so on. Left-handed people are estimated to be 10 to 20% of the world’s population, but this infinitesimal number hasn’t and won’t stop them from being great.
Every day we see southpaws making their way through the thick clouds and standing tall; Barrack Obama, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Otome Onoge, Sting, Brad Pitt, Oprah Winfrey, Prince William, Seth Rogen, Angelina Jolie, Hugh Jackman, Celine Dion, Tom Cruise, Lisa Kudrow, Adam Levine, Whoppi Goldberg, and other amazing talents around the universe still struggling to be seen, to be accorded as just humans and not bad omens to the human race.
‘Southpaw’ was a dual-disciplinary work of black and white photography and film. It was curated to not just eulogize and appreciate left-handed people,