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It is 65 feet long, it is lightly drizzled in mustard, and every day at noon it “orgasms,” spewing a wad of confetti out of one end. No, this is not the latest PC antic of the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. It is “art.”

Dubbed “Hot Dog in the City,” the work, by Brooklyn-based artists Jen Catron and Paul Outlaw, will reside at the corner of Broadway and 46th Street until June 13. According to a press release, the work “paints a unique portrait of America” that its creators hope will stimulate a conversation about “the patriarchy of meat-eating,” whatever that means.

Like any artwork worth its salt, this one reportedly sets a record as the “world’s largest hot dog sculpture.”


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