Human existence reveals the desire to represent life and to live it at the same time. The desire to be perfect, unique specimens can also manifest itself as a potential for confinement. It is like an existence behind glass – like that of a dissected animal or a butterfly that has lost its life but not the beauty of its wings. At the same time, there is an unrelenting wish to break the glass in the name of the search for this Holy Grail of meaning. Therefore the project sets in motion G. Deleuze and F. Guattari’s machinery of desire, its participants get drawn into a permanent flow of schizoidness, and humanity is deconstructed for the sake of awakening it from slumber.
HUNGER is not an artistic creation which takes place at a certain moment – it is a journey laden with questions that have no simultaneous answers, yet it is full of meaning, beauty, change, and search. It is a non-conformist, unusual experience of everyday reality. HUNGER is a collective fantasy, or maybe a collective life which is to be created one way or another.