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Behaving non capitalistically…….

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What’s it worth? – Day 5

A trolley of old 78 rpm records which the stall holder can’t sell and has to get rid of – what are they worth? If we gold plate them and display them on our stall wall, does this change their … Continue reading

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How big is money? – Day 4

Is it this big? .. size and perspective distorts the familiar… How big is Jane? “I say ‘money’, what do you say?”  

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Day 1 – Early exchanges..

Day 1 of exploring exchange and values on our stall at Newport Market. “Can you draw what you value about the market?” Collecting and sharing But sad conversations … “it used to be fantastic“, “‘They’ are to blame“, “where will … Continue reading

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What do I see?

How is my view of the world distorted? What’s it distorted by? How is my view different from yours? Which view is “right”? How would I know? Is there an ‘undistorted’ view? … what would that look like?

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Responses to Aldi value

Why do we build empires? What values are they based on? … and ultimately they collapse Money doesn’t make sense for measuring value but it’s the lens society uses.. And the power of an arbitrary £ symbol determines our place…. … Continue reading

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Aldi customers drawing what they value

The Larks and Ravens ran a Big Draw event in the Aldi Store in Bristol. We invited customers shopping that day to “draw what you value” and Aldi were kind enough to let us draw on their windows which proved … Continue reading

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