This issue of the journal presents
the project The Curfew by
Katarina Šević and Gergely László.
This street play is an alternative
form of public demonstration.
A troupe roves the streets
of Budapest. They push in front
of them a three-meter high
megaphone. They stop at
busy public squares to perform
their play as a speaking choir
about the transfiguration
of a group of security guards.
They are helped by the magical
“talking egg” in which the voices
reborn and amplify.
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