Every Human A Color is a chromatic explosion, a technology-driven, multimedia art project, which reflects on colors beyond the borders of our gender binary. It is a tool that colorfully visualizes the diversity our society is made of. Started in 2020 by genderfluid Berlin Artist Joyce V Newrzella, this project is now in beta mode.

The future will be one where we find diversity at the core of humankind leading to overcome stereotype thinking, discrimination and stigmatization. Equality is every human right and that is at the core of this project. Every Human A Color is a data technology which refers to the inescapable uniqueness of individuals based on their gender identity so that we can open the dialog for a new future in which we accept differences and strengthen unity through diversity.

About the Artist: Joyce Newrzella

Joyce V Newrzella is a multitalented filmmaker and media artist living in Berlin.

Originally from the countryside near Cologne, Joyce grew up in a simple minded environment, where she* often experienced struggle and discrimination based on her* non-binary identity.

When she* moved to Berlin to study Film and Theater at the Freie Universität in 2015, she* bonded with those, who felt the same to then found her first queer-feminist video project, Various P, to give queer people a safe space to speak about discrimination. Within the project they established the Kiss-In during the International Day of Lesbian Visibility to work against stereotype-thinking and misconceptions.

Joyce is furthermore part of networks like QMS, RAHM & PQF strengthening equality in Germany‘s culture sector and founded Queerforward a media artist collective as she strongly believes in collaboration. 

In 2020, Joyce was part of the Teddy Readers Award Jury, presenting an award during the Berlinale 2020 to create more awareness for underrepresented queer films and currently works for the Soura Film Festival

EVERY HUMAN A COLOR is her first multimedia art project exploring the diversity of human gender that challenges how we think about gender identity.

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