Nesren Jake, who draws attention with his critical intellect, creates works to tell people about the current social constructions and the damages they cause. Jake whose style can be identified as "pop-propaganda" deforms the propagandas of political and economic orders with his ironic symbols. In other words, he helps us to question the social messages that are imprinted in our consciousness by popular culture through his own methods. The word "sin" is used to describe everything that is inconvenient to God's desires and teachings. "Sin" is defined as "revolt, rebellion, crime and misconduct" in the dictionary. But is this disobedience committed only against God or can people sin against each other? What really matters is faith, or knowing your responsibilities toward people. In his exhibition Jake questions the concept of sin. Born in 1984, the artist began creating art works and put his thoughts into practice actively in 2010. Jake who prefers to create works in different formats and subjects instead of completing a series or producing only one work, avoids focusing on a single subject and is able to critically observe different points of views. Although his narration is sometimes complicated, his works are built within the frame of criticism and ridicule.