Rebellious Silence - How socio-political forces effect human nature and how might we learn to become more independent as we are when we are born? All people are impacted by socio-political forces and can be victims of religious judgment and reduction of human existence. These paradoxes will be displaying in rebellious silence; an enquiry into what it feels like to be human while under pressure. This project will touch upon the expression on a human coping with the pressure created by political and religious forces in some societies. In the time; religions, politics, social and cultural formations started to separating communities from each other and these separations has become a symbol of the communities. I worked with the human conditions that link us all; suppression of our identify, our freedom, our reality. What it is to be independent in the world, what it is to be human. Of course there is no liberty without captivity, no life without death, and no identity without judgment; however I believe that rather than bow down of social provision, there might be a way out that people can explore their own life.