When is comes to modern societies, there is a main divide between what becomes more important; the individual, or the society? Different economic structures such as capitalism or socialism value both of these elements much differently. Countries built on capitalism focus more on the idea of the individual, where one person can "pull themselves up by their bootstraps" and create their own prosperity on their own and keep it for themselves. Socialism focuses more on the idea that the society is the utmost importance. You are not working for yourself, you are working for the well being of a community. Well, which is better? The truth: neither. From researching and analyzing, both central ideas around the importance and aspects of the individuals and the societies are equally important. Without the individual, their is no society. Yet, without a cohesive society, an individual does not have an environment to thrive. With my exhibit, I analyze and look at what makes on an individual and a society and how they interact with each-other.