In "The Perplexities of the Rights of Man," author, Hannah Ardent, tells us how we are exposed to the human race and how it relies on a community to fulfill the rights as a human being. A stateless person loses many of the qualities when they are removed from their homeland. Arendt states in “The Perplexities of the Rights of Man: Stateless Persons,” that “Man, as it turns out, can lose all so-called Rights of Man without losing his essential quality as man, his human dignity. Only the loss of a polity itself expels him from humanity” (Arendt 38). Half of the art pieces in the following gallery will capture the essence of the stateless person through images of unidentified and community-less subjects. The art pieces chosen are meant to show how people are dehumanized when they are without a community, away from their culture, and stateless. Therefore, some of the following images will capture what she describes to us as the migrants to whom of which are without a home, but the other half of the gallery will exemplify the opposite side of this thesis. Art pieces representing community, togetherness, cultures, and human dignity will be used to show how humans need each other to survive. Belonging and being part of a community are both large parts of what makes human life matter; this statement will become more tangible after viewing the complete opposites side by side, in the same gallery. Quotes from Hannah Arendt’s “Perplexities of the Rights of Man,” and other philosophers, such as Lucretius, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Karl Marx, will assist the art pieces in capturing the thesis of this argument.