Artist Hisham Akira Bharoocha explains why as a creative he thrives off a feeling of unease.

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Japanese-born and Brooklyn-based, artist Hisham Akira Bharoocha is no stranger to immersing himself and his audiences in a vast array of cultural experiences. Showcased at events ranging from Art Basel to Sundance, his works explore the architecture of the mind and the relationships that this creates through the interactions and exchanges we embark upon everyday.

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