Grapple with the big questions of poverty, wealth and global inequality. What is the role of contemporary art in a world where 19,000 children die every day from preventable diseases? In 2012, Aaron Moore sold everything he owned and gave it to charities that work with the poor in the performance One thing you lack. In 2015, The Art of Global Inequality reflected on his experience and explored some of the most challenging injustices of our time in an attempt to find hope in a world of extreme inequality. Works were on display at UNSW Galleries and included The chronicles of everything owned (and sold), Those who can't fly, Don't deny us development, Stuff self and Ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances

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