Mistakenly, some people may think that the old times were better because, back then, thoughts, attitudes, bodies, and personalities – in short, life – was completely codified and policed by family, social classes, and even religion. Today, those ‘zombie institutions’ tend to build up a society full of fears in which freedom is said to be for everyone. But here we are: so free, but at the same time so scared that we stand by the powerful people ruling the world and their mismanagement; settled here through conformity, bottle-feed with entertainment. In a world where eight men now control as much wealth as the world's poorest 3.6 billion people – according to Oxfam – someone like Joe Webb doesn't want to forget this fact. As an artist, he fills up his collages with yesteryear images to suggest that everything the system has been promising is only an illusion.