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The Marussiac 'Food For The Poor' Art Project Raises Awareness

 - Oct 18, 2011
References: marussiac.cultcode
In the summer of 2011, Marussiac created a series of art prints called 'Lost Supper' where the main idea is that global poverty is only becoming a deeper problem. A series of the graphic art is now complemented by the video 'Food For The Poor' where invisible prominent people enter a bus to help poor people and then they eat a pig drawing.

The prominent people happily smack away while eating. Marussiac expects that the 'Food For The Poor' video just shows a more comprehensible idea to illustrate the 'Lost Supper.' The problem of world poverty is not only in underdeveloped countries -- poverty has also come to the Western world. What is more, world authorities like the Pope Benedict XIV (original name Joseph Ratzinger) may be hungry but they can't eat money. The point is that the whole world can be hungry. How do we solve the problem of hunger?