Primo Levy said that Nazis got their power from reducing unique individuals into anonymous things. This psychology is behind most tragedies, stripping distinct living beings of their inherent value. As a response, I use my drawing practice to find humanity by highlighting the individual. In The Circle Project, I asked people from around the country to draw a circle on a piece of paper. This demographic ranged from preschool age to senior citizen, upper middle class to homeless, and stranger to family. Without any further instruction and through the difficulty of drawing a circle, the individual hand and decision making of the person is pronounced.