Conceived by Arthur Duff, an artist known internationally for his works related to new technologies and public involvement, The Hungriest Eye. The Blossoming of Potential draws inspiration from the extraordinary 19th century Japanese woodcuts depicting fireworks. The exhibition is set at the Art Studio inside the interactive, permanent exhibition A World of Potential at the Home of The Human Safety Net. As well as dialoguing with the space for which they are designed, the works will also be an expression of individual potential, through which the visitors will be able to discover their own strengths. The exhibition also marks the beginning of the collaboration between The Home of The Human Safety Net and art historian and critic Luca Massimo Barbero, a creative space designed for displaying the work of artists interpreting the themes inherent in The Human Safety Net’s programme.