Weaponising the Role of Magic in Religion

This piece employs abstract representations and forms to
dissect the idea of religions’ use of magic as a weapon in their narratives, teachings, and actions.
Its intrinsic ambiguity leaves interpretation up to the viewer, possibly playing on how this contradicts
religions’ recurrent control over the meaning of their doctrines.

Art by Adaoma Ikeobi. Text by the Editing Team.

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