by Péter Szabó

The work is changing the viewer into a user.
If they find the stencil while reading the magazine, they have the opportunity to express their opinion about the idea presented.
This is the practice of thinking-in-action. There is a declarative sentence on the template. By using it you can indicate/produce differences of opinion in a public space. The work was made after that the French and Dutch electors have rejected the European constitution treaty. Living in a post-communist country (that time in Romania) it is interesting to see how our region is trying hard to get to a point from where the West is trying to escape.
Tags graffiti, conceptual, city, public space
Technique Graphic arts (Etching, collage...)


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