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With Sasha Vine, Jocko Weyland, Albert Cabbad
Albert Cabbad's shop window, 5th Ave Brooklyn, New York
Production School of Visual Arts, New York + Royal College of Art, London

In 1942 in New York, Bertolt Brecht was writing his play Antigone. Seventy year later, in a context of social uprising - Occupy Wall Street movement (2011) - actors read parts of Bertolt Brecht's Antigone in a Brooklyn shop window, where Albert Cabbed, an old Syrian man, sells lottery tickets.