WALL STREET NATION

2012 "Wall Street City"  expresses the fear and impotence that people are currently experiencing while seeing the growing greed that is transforming the way we live. “I’m afraid greed is rapidly changing life as we know it; It’s become normal that while home owners are being evicted, banks considered “too big to fail” are shamelessly gambling to with citizens money. The 99% are intimidated by their own police force while judges rule that companies have the same rights as people. Now corporations are pouring unregulated amounts of money into Super PACs to influence the elections and secure politicians that will continue to de-regulate the market and make them more money. It’s all spiraling out of control; greed is taking over and people are loosing all sense of proportion and justice.” The artist hopes his painted Dollar signs on street lines are taken up by others who also believe that greed has been taking over their cities and displacing their way of life. “If people feel impotent and cornered by how greed is transforming everything; I invite them to get a brush and a can of paint and change their street lines into the Dollar sign. In the meanwhile I need to go and mark some Dollar signs on Wall Street…”

2012

"Wall Street City"  expresses the fear and impotence that people are currently experiencing while seeing the growing greed that is transforming the way we live.

“I’m afraid greed is rapidly changing life as we know it; It’s become normal that while home owners are being evicted, banks considered “too big to fail” are shamelessly gambling to with citizens money. The 99% are intimidated by their own police force while judges rule that companies have the same rights as people. Now corporations are pouring unregulated amounts of money into Super PACs to influence the elections and secure politicians that will continue to de-regulate the market and make them more money. It’s all spiraling out of control; greed is taking over and people are loosing all sense of proportion and justice.”

The artist hopes his painted Dollar signs on street lines are taken up by others who also believe that greed has been taking over their cities and displacing their way of life. “If people feel impotent and cornered by how greed is transforming everything; I invite them to get a brush and a can of paint and change their street lines into the Dollar sign. In the meanwhile I need to go and mark some Dollar signs on Wall Street…”