Dinner For Few

Nassos Vakalis (2014)

A sociopolitical metaphor of the world as a formal dinner that takes an unexpected turn when there’s no more food to be served.

During dinner, “the system” feeds the few who consume all the resources while the rest survive on scraps. Inevitably, the struggle for what remains leads to catastrophic change. The offspring of this transition turns out not to be a sign of hope, but the spitting image of the parents.

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