Joseph Bigley

Free Market Cannibalism

Free Market Cannibalism continues a lineage of adopting the absurd into performance or sculpture to make commentary on societal issues. Working with a sculptural interpretation of a hot dog vendor cart, Bigley will act out the adage, “Laws are like sausages: It’s better not to see them being made.” Sausages are made using paper pulp from shredded documents from Supreme Court Rulings that strengthen corporate power to influence so-called free and fair elections thus further solidifying the strong hold of the ideology of free market capitalism. Viewers will be offered to take free legislative sausages with them.


October 9 – 12

Add to Calendar

Add to your personal calendar


317 West 14th Street, New York, NY, United States
View in Google Maps

Time, Duration, & Other Cool Stuff You May Need To Know

Throughout the festival, there will be two-hour blocks of performance, from 10am-12pm, 2-4pm, and 6-8pm. At 317 West 14th Street, outside Chelsea Pines Inn in the Meatpacking District.