Pap Souleye Fall is a Senegalese-American artist who lives and works in Dakar, Senegal. He graduated with honors from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with a degree in interdisciplinary Fine arts with a concentration in sculpture. In 2017 after a residency at WAAW he participated in the Dak’art biennale twice. He is currently working on an African manga called Oblivion Rouge. He is currently just in the Yale sculpture program finishing his masters. His work deals with identity, suspended disbelief, and utopian/ dystopian ideas on community. He grew up watching anime and reading mangas like Dragonball, Hunterxhunter, Berserk, and Akira. His love for storytelling and visual art lead him to create a story of his own. OBLIVION ROUGE was born out of a nightmare called neocolonialism, and has developed into a whole universe over the course of two years.