Wall Street's Merry-Go-Round
When the new Hepatitis C drug was developed and approved, “The New York Times” ran a headline reading, “Who can pay $1000. a pill? The article went on to project that the total treatment would cost $80.000 per patient. Currently, the drug companies are buying up the patents of old mainstay affordable drugs, which are about to run out, and then tripling the prices of those drugs. The drug companies are making lots and lots of money while many people who are ill are having to choose whether to buy their medications or pay their bills. “Wall Street Carnival” is about the circus of making money for the drug companies and denying affordable medications to many who need them.
Wood, plastic, paper, wire, iron, tin, paint, found items.
2015 | 33 x 24 x 11