Passion in education, history, and social justice infuse life and character into Marc Furi’s broad array of work. Drawing from the rich legacy of his own neighborhood in the Third Ward of Houston, Texas, Furi is no holds barred in his abundance of mediums that explore and question systems of oppression. Wielding his talent to showcase complex social structures, Furi infuses his storytelling through film, photography, soundscape, graphic design, and his devotion to social practice. Backed by multiple grants for his work, he has also partnered with major brands to highlight the prevalence of racism through various art series and installations - including a 2020 campaign with Lululemon called De-Racism. Furi’s influence and passion are shared from middle school classrooms to university level teachings, and he continues to be a great conductor of change through his art.