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In Greek mythology, Themis is the goddess and personification of justice, divine order, fairness, law, and custom, and her symbols include the Scales of Justice.

Themis, unveiled at Kim’s solo art show Venus’s Garden, is an evolving NFT that shows the inequality between the sexes on a global scale. It is connected to live data showing objective and measurable benchmarks for global progress toward gender equality. The data is pulled from The World Bank’s “Women, Business, and the Law”, which is a database that pulls data from 185 countries and regions of the world. This database is divided into 8 indicators which are: mobility, workplace, pay, marriage, parenthood, entrepreneurship, assets, and pension.  Topics include but are not limited to:

Can a woman open a bank account in the same way as a man? Is there legal provision that requires a married woman to obey her husband? Is there legislation specifically addressing domestic violence? Does a woman have the same right to remarry as a man? Can a woman choose where to live in the same way as a man? Is there legislation on sexual harassment in the workplace? Does the law mandate equal remuneration for work of equal value? Do sons and daughters have equal rights to inherit assets from their parents?

In our current day, where we have made much progress but still lacks total equality between the sexes, Themis is a display of pinks and red inks. If we regress, Themis becomes more red. As we progress, Themis becomes more pink and orange. Once the world reaches 95-100% equality, Themis turns to beautiful waves of gold. The unfortunate reality is that we may never see Themis turn pure gold in our lifetime. According to the World Economic Forum, it estimates it will take another century before true gender equality becomes a reality.

Feb 2023
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