Glass houses, Roman numerals and shady worlds. Annet Dekker in conversation with Femke Herregraven.

Posted by marc garrett | Mon Dec 17th 2012 10:38 a.m.

Glass houses, Roman numerals and shady worlds. Annet Dekker in conversation with Femke Herregraven.

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‘About 50% of global trade is channelled through tax havens and 83 of the 100 largest multinationals are based in the Netherlands for fiscal reasons. The flow of money seeks the path of least resistance – but where exactly do those paths lie today?’

Annet Dekker interviews graphic designer Femke Herregraven about her latest online game Taxodus, a game about offshore tax avoidance. Taxodus is an accessible way to discover how you can avoid paying taxes, and if you can’t get away with it completely, how you can make sure you pay the lowest possible amount. "My primary intention, says Femke, is to make these flows of money visible and question them, because once it’s out in the open people can decide for themselves if this is our idea of a sustainable economy."

http://www.furtherfield.org/features/interviews/glass-houses-roman-numerals-and-shady-worlds-annet-dekker-conversation-femke-her
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