Where To Go

A portrait of society, impressions of a city, if nothing else, a political statement. January 2012: A series of protests broke out in major cities all across Romania, the biggest riots since the Revolution of 1989/90. During the course of these recent events, the University Square in Bucharest has played a special role, for it is here that the protests against the government are still ongoing. The ideas and demands of the demonstrators are comparable to those heard among protesters involved in international movements such as Occupy or Indignados. This worldwide mobilization shows that something is about to emerge, something beyond communism or capitalism, something that might be comprehensible under the extended definition of art.
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