Intangible Goods
       
     
  Intangible Goods  is an experimental line of conveniently-packaged consumables for the mind. Developed in collaboration with mental health professionals and presented by Art & About Sydney, each good is designed to momentarily satisfy a need higher up on  Maslow’s hierarchy  than, say, chocolate and crinkle-cut chips.
       
     
 Make your purchase from the Intangible Goods vending machine, located in a number of sites across Sydney from 26 March to 8 April. All profits from the work will be donated to beyondblue, the Mental Health Association NSW (WayAhead) and the Schizophrenia Research Institute at NeuRA.
       
     
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Intangible Goods

You can get anything you want in our consumption-fuelled society, except the stuff we increasingly need: bravery, connection, calm, purpose. Until now!

Photo Credit: Katherine Griffiths

  Intangible Goods  is an experimental line of conveniently-packaged consumables for the mind. Developed in collaboration with mental health professionals and presented by Art & About Sydney, each good is designed to momentarily satisfy a need higher up on  Maslow’s hierarchy  than, say, chocolate and crinkle-cut chips.
       
     

Intangible Goods is an experimental line of conveniently-packaged consumables for the mind. Developed in collaboration with mental health professionals and presented by Art & About Sydney, each good is designed to momentarily satisfy a need higher up on Maslow’s hierarchy than, say, chocolate and crinkle-cut chips.

 Make your purchase from the Intangible Goods vending machine, located in a number of sites across Sydney from 26 March to 8 April. All profits from the work will be donated to beyondblue, the Mental Health Association NSW (WayAhead) and the Schizophrenia Research Institute at NeuRA.
       
     

Make your purchase from the Intangible Goods vending machine, located in a number of sites across Sydney from 26 March to 8 April. All profits from the work will be donated to beyondblue, the Mental Health Association NSW (WayAhead) and the Schizophrenia Research Institute at NeuRA.

IntangibleGoods-Lowres1MB-7461.jpg
       
     
IntangibleGoods-Lowres1MB-7489.jpg
       
     
IntangibleGoods-Lowres1MB-7363.jpg