This provocative piece, “People as Statistics,” starkly illustrates the dehumanization inherent in the corporate world. The figures, reduced to mere data points along an impersonal graph, reflect the harsh reality of individuals being commodified in the relentless pursuit of profit. With a monochromatic palette disrupted only by the sharp black line of the graph and the orange of the figures, the painting speaks to the transactional nature of modern work life, where personal needs and familial responsibilities are often overshadowed by the cold calculus of business interests. This work serves as a poignant commentary on the loss of individuality and the illusion of care within the corporate machine, urging a reflection on the value of human life beyond numbers and charts.