This was a project on Complexity done under the Density Design Lab (Communication Design) at Politecnico di Milano.

Poverty is a multidimensional and complex phenomenon. Six dimensions of poverty (Food, Housing, Education, Leisure, Health and Occupation) were analysed in the context of Italy, to create a clearer perspective on each topic. The final products were a Complexity map and a video for each of the indicators. When viewed together one can connect the different dimensions to generate a bigger picture of poverty.

This animated video takes off from the complexity map, presenting two different fruit and vegetable distribution systems in Italy. While continuing to elaborate the service-price relationship, the video also looks at the pros and cons of each system, explaining the values that each of them stand for.

links:
Density Design Lab: densitydesign.org/
Food and Poverty>Complexity Map: flickr.com/photos/densitydesign/3408703849/sizes/l/in/set-72157616212301803/

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