"What if luxury dinner forks of the wealthy one percent were taken from under their noses and displayed to the public? This ongoing exhibition is a result of that exact task. Taking something back. Re-appropriating a tiny piece of the vast amount of wealth stolen from us. Just think of the #panamapapers revealing that as of 2014, at least $7.6 trillion of the world’s financial wealth – or about 8 percent of the world’s total financial wealth of $95.5 trillion – was ‘missing’. So, this is an ongoing exhibition for the people, by people. It’s a small gesture, but symbolically, and perhaps artistically, it can mean the world. Luxury dinner forks have been swiped (or 'di-Looted') over a 15 year period from 5 star hotels from different parts of the world, complete with the saliva and food stains of their users, and will be displayed in public/community spaces locally and around the world in the coming years. This project can also be ongoing."According to Facebook, Rudd is still on the lookout for more forks:
That’s forked up
Lifestyles of the rich and the famous.