NEW Temporary Public Art by Liz LaManche

960 954 Kendall Center

“100% Human”

Artist Liz LaManche interprets Oxfam’s vision of a more just world without poverty, where the whole of humanity has the same basic rights.

In many cultures the circle represents wholeness, universality, equality, the self. While these circles are different colors and sizes, they are all interconnected, each one with a unified heart. Oxfam believes we are all part of the same human family, we all have the same basic needs, and we should all live free of the injustice of poverty.  Do you? Join us #BeHuman

About the artist:

Liz LaManche is a Boston-area artist known for creating large scale public installations and street art. “My recent projects have focused on architectural interventions that build on and enhance a sense of place, using the sensation of moving through space to add meaning and a sense of fun to the built environment. They also come from a socially conscious worldview and a desire to make our cities more livable for all.” Her work can be found at

About Oxfam:

Oxfam is a global organization working to end the injustice of poverty.  We help people build better futures for themselves, hold the powerful accountable, and save lives in disasters.  Our mission is to tackle the root causes of poverty and create lasting solutions.