Jenga Economies: See How Markets Will Collapse Next Time
The game Jenga was designed by Leslie Scott in 1970s.
As an interactive representation of how I see economies – interdependent, designed in collaboration, fragile, and ever-evolving, this piece of Jenga captures elements that have affected the Ghanese economy from the 1950s. I think economies are not tightly organized systems, have different undertakings, and only some cluster around market transactions, just like Gibson and Graham mentioned. Play a game of Jenga Economies – who knows which slab will topple down the economy today – another pandemic, an astroid, or just the rise of the dinosaurs?!
High-risks, fragility, and a lot more.
Curator & Designer
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