I am a Johannesburg-based multidisciplinary artist and curator. As an artist, I feel a strong responsibility to use my work to spark conversation and promote change. My name is Bridget Modema, and I use my art to shed light on mental well-being and environmental issues that affect us all. I believe that art has the power to challenge our assumptions, to inspire empathy, and to drive us to action.

Growing up in a world that often felt unjust, I turned to art as a means of making sense of it all. I found inspiration in the intricate patterns of nature, the laws of physics, and the power of human connection. As a female artist, I am driven by a desire to create a more equitable world for all, and to encourage others to join me in that pursuit.

Through my work, I explore themes such as mental well-being, social justice, and the intersection of science and the human experience. I believe that these issues are inextricably linked, and that we cannot solve one without addressing the others. Each piece I create is an invitation to engage with these complex topics, to challenge our preconceptions, and to open our hearts to the possibility of change.

One of the most rewarding aspects of being an artist is the opportunity to connect with others and to use our shared experiences as a means of building community. Through collaborations with other artists, scientists, philosophers, and activists, I have had the chance to explore new mediums and push the boundaries of what is possible.

As an artist, I am humbled by the recognition I have received, both nationally and internationally, including being named a Top 12 IT WebCalendar finalist in 2022, a Top 100 Sasol New Signatures finalist in 2021, and a Top 10 MTN UJ Portrait Awards recipient. I am currently pursuing my MFA at the University of Pretoria and an online Metaphysics degree from the University of Metaphysics in Arizona.

I invite you to join me on this journey of exploration and transformation, to engage with the world around us through the lens of art, science, and social justice. Together, we can harness the power of creativity to create a brighter, more equitable future for all.

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In the vibrant land of Emotia, a diverse group of individuals resided, each possessing a unique ability related to EI. These characters, with their distinct appearances and abilities, found themselves embarking on an extraordinary journey together, driven by a shared purpose and a desire to bring harmony and emotional well-being to their land.

The EQ Card Collectors Society, led by their wise and compassionate mentor, Sage, consisted of Aria, Felix, Evie, Alex, Zen, Riley, Quinn, Luna, Rocky, and Nova. As they gathered in the heart of Emotia, a challenge presented itself to the group—an influx of conflicts and misunderstandings that threatened to disrupt the harmony of their land. United by their shared mission, the group set forth on their journey, guided by Sage's wisdom. Along their path, they encountered diverse situations that tested their abilities and resilience, challenging them to bring forth their unique strengths.

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