In a Budapest subway station, I came across a peculiar image: a woman, wearing a wedding dress was handing out flyers, advertising a bridal gown shop to the passersby. The scene around her was filled with
a constantly flowing crowd of commuters, homeless people sleeping in their shelters, merchants selling phone
card collections.
This project re-stages and documents this situation, but, instead of the flyers, a short poem from George Bataille was distributed: ‘The night is my nudity,
The stars are my teeth,
I throw myself among the dead,
Dressed in white sunlight.’

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