Farida Sedoc is a multidisciplinary visual artist based in Amsterdam. The mediums she uses are always changing, but her work is almost always a response to political and social issues, from the Black Lives Matter poster she designed for the Stedelijk Museum to the screen-printed city she created in which women ran the world. She’s not afraid of controversy – the first T-shirt she designed as a teen had “Fuck the police” written across the front in Arabic. We spoke to her about the topics she strives to explore, and she talked us through some of her favorite projects to date.
“The subject matter was never random. It’s just that now I have the words to explain why I do it.”