06 April 2017

Arrow‘s Paradox (by Jorge Caballero)

At 6 a.m. it begins the day in Arrow's house. Get up, take a shower, have breakfast, dress and leave. Day after day the same programmed actions. This life is annotated and it's impossible to escape.

The name of the short is original of the theory exposed by the American economist Kenneth Arrow in 1950 and demonstrates that its not possible to design rules for the capture of social or political decisions that obey a certain set of reasonable criteria.