The Eyesinfinite Foundation is an international collective of artists, entrepreneurs, and educators that creates and distributes media that promotes human rights and environmental justice. Our initiatives provide platforms to understand global challenges with multi disciplinary perspectives that improve how we regard each other and the planet we share.
We come together in an unparalleled time, when humanity seems to have limitless ability to access information that sheds light on immense social, intellectual, environmental, economic, and educational challenges. Eyesinfinite aims to be the spoke in a wheel where diverse ideas meet and result in art, media, and education that transmit the importance of sustainable development.
We believe that the path to achieving one goal is infinitely linked with others, and that solutions often overlap. Together, we can oppose global discrimination, wastefulness, destruction, and misinformation through thoughtful media that translates the languages of science, politics, and art and moves us to activism.
THE WRITING OF BLACK AUGUST
"The Writing of Black August" explores issues surrounding the defunding of the police and the abolitionist movements. The project consists of facilitated discussions with law enforcement, criminal justice reform advocates, revolutionary activists, veterans of vanguard formations and police abolitionist organizations.
These conversations will be edited into a docuseries and serve as preparation for writing a fictional pilot “Black August,” which tells the story of Nzinga Clemente, a young black nationalist graduate student who is elected to an NYPD community liaison committee after exposing the violent crimes of dangerous cops on her block.