According to Samuel Alexander, "Degrowth means embracing sufficiency for all, rather than excess for a few, and culturally, it means imagining a good life beyond consumerism. This can be hard for people conditioned to living in a wealthy society. Art can be one way of imagining this world".
Source: Alexander, S. (2017). Imagining a better world: the art of degrowth. The Conversation, October 26, 2017. Link to article here.
The artwork is confronting and stimulating, but I also loved the comment underneath the article by Michael Croft who says: "The issue we have is that the maps are few and far between and neoliberalism would have us believe that the end of history is upon us, and that this is as good as it gets. On the other hand art first challenges the status quo and then provides glimpses into others worlds that are possible if …"