Razan Al Sarraf is a Kuwait-born visual artist living in Brooklyn, New York. Through painting she covers the social, religious and political climate of the Middle East. Her project depicting portraits of 100 ISIS terrorists' portraits has gained her world-wide recognition. We talked about her work, living in Kuwait, shedding identity labels, what she wants people to learn from her artwork, and much more.
Listen to the episode 110 on The Voyages of Tim Vetter Podcast.