One thing you lack enacted philosophical and religious responses to inequality through the sale of one person's every possession to address the needs of those in poverty. The Art of Global Inequality reflects on this experience with the works: The chronicles of everything owned (and sold), Those who can't fly, Don't deny us development, Stuff self, The thinker's chair and Ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances

A thesis examing these works is available at "Visual art and global inequality" UNSW Art and DesignAaron Moore, August 2015

All proceeds went towards the rural communities involved in this exhibition in partnership with Global Concern.

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