The End, a boardgame of global military and economic strategy.
My diploma work at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels 1997 was a boardgame. The End plays like a cross between Risk and Monopoly, with oil and nuclear weapons. The game was screenprinted in two copies, with over six hundred markers printed in 16 colors. The initial state of the game creates an image of the actual disposition of natural resources and military forces in the world at the time of the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, making the game just as slanted and unbalanced as real life superpower politics.