What a great alternative to capitalism.
‘A market, one of the most inclusive spaces, seems like a perfect context to hint people with different alternatives, evident in the market itself, the products and services, and the way these are traded.
These interventions stage up events that unveil the true aim of the project: foster public dialogue about relevant issues. The objects, the cart, the actions, serve as an excuse, a platform, to engage ordinary people in public dialogues and amplify their voices through different media. The interventions also play with the ambiguity of the law and informality, for they imply trading things on the street (illegal), yet with no money involved (legal).’