This Summer LAB went over to Sziget festival to join in with the Arcadom Wall installation. The wall is 50x2 meters, one side decorated by European Street artists the other for the Festival crazies to have a go. The Wall commemorates the 20th Anniversary of the demolition of the Iron curtain along Hungary's western border and later the Berlin wall itself.
ARCADOM-WALL: "Everything is allowed as long as you are FREE"
The Arcadom-Wall was built to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the change of political system in Eastern Europe.
With the party state and it's ideology gone, the notion of Freedom gained new meaning in 1989.
The demolition of the Iron curtain along Hungary's western border and later the Berlin wall itself, triggered the transition to democracy across Eastern Europe. These two emblematic events have inspired the creation of the Arcadom-Wall.
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