This cutlery skeleton is not only rare, but has a deeper purpose than just being a simple piece of plastic art.
Created by Laura Bowman, Jamie Breach, Ashley Maine, Elliott Mariess, and Lewis Woolner of Kingston, this corpse was a project that was made of knives and forks. The whole purpose of the work was to raise awareness to the unfair inequality of access to food and resources around the world.
Implications - I think that art works that can challenge the way we live our day to day lives can have tremendous social value; they can cause society to reconsider how it conceives a particular issue.
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