Unity in diversity Momar Seck describes his creations as plural units. His paintings and sculptures come from the assembly of various materials as metaphors for the diversity of the world and humans. In his paintings he uses a colorful palette enhanced by all types of incrustations including pieces of cloth and other fragments that have their own history. The variety of textures and colors make each creation a symbol of both union and fragile interdependence: a diversity that hangs by a thread and yet remains a force of nature with strength. Each work appears as “a singular diversity”.