Black Lives Matter artwork by BREAKFAST


About the Art

Artwork Title: Don't Go Quiet
Artwork Medium: Flip-Discs, software, camera, computer
Artist Instagram page: @breakfastny
Artist Website:

In the wake of George Floyd's murder and the civil unrest that spread across the US, BREAKFAST created Don't Go Quiet. Each sweep of movement across the piece is tied to an individual post using the #blacklivesmatter hashtag.

BREAKFAST is a new media artist collective whose work explores social issues through real-time data visualized through kinetic technological mediums of their own design. BREAKFAST was also a key part in conceiving of the Creative for Biden's FOR campaign.

Biden’s Agenda

This mission is more important now than ever before, as the health and economic impacts of COVID-19 have shined a light on—and cruelly exacerbated—the disparities long faced by African Americans. In April 2020, Biden called on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to collect more data regarding how COVID-19 is affecting communities, including breaking down its impacts by race. The data we’ve seen so far suggests that African Americans are dying from COVID-19 at a higher rate than whites. Long-standing systemic inequalities are  contributing to this disparity—including the fact that African Americans are more likely to be uninsured and to live in communities where they are exposed to high levels of air pollution. African Americans also represent an especially high percentage of the front-line workers putting themselves at greater risk to sustain the economy and keep the rest of the country safe and fed—and are less likely to have a job they can do from home, forcing them to make the difficult choice between their health and a paycheck. While there’s a lot we don’t yet know about COVID-19, we do know that equitable distribution of resources, like testing and medical equipment, can make a difference in fighting the virus. Biden believes this should be a priority and action must be taken now.

Read Biden's Full Agenda