Role: co-director, camera person, sound person & editor
The Hungarian parliament, standing in all its glory and carrying connotations of the nation's historical traumas, is also a tourist attraction in the city. The guided tour for the general public inside the parliament renders visible elements of the architecture of power that would otherwise be inaccessible. In the erratic movement of the people, their delicate gestures towards the space and between each other, and the patient wandering of the guards—we observe people’s proximity to a sacred structure of authority and control.
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