January – March, 2013, Ptarmigan, Tallinn, Estonia.
Systems reward the assertive. The worlds of economics, culture, academia and science all follow a strict adherence to Darwinist principles. The strong triumph; the weak are swept away. All attempts to rectify this, through state activity, the social conscience or charity are subject to the same systems that nurture these inequalities.
The rules of law binds these spheres, yet these ties are not absolute. The concept of legality is fluid, and those who have conquered these systems are often the ones who least observe the regulations which have benefited them.