A self-published zine made by gathering scenes from the Hungarian capital, which I photographed between 2010 and 2016. You can see a selection here.
Apart from this visual material, the publication contains a poem written by my friend Maša Seničić, at the time when 378 kilometers between Belgrade and Budapest were divided by one infamous border crossing. Focused on the idea of Europe – the one we were obliged to question in the period of recurring violent migrant conflicts – she decided to contribute with the authentic moments she recalled from her travels, instead of underlining what has already been shown through my work. Combining memories with the precise meteorological information, through the text she offers both a personal and fact-oriented take on Budapest.
Finally, bearing in mind that I had no impact on Maša’s decision, nor on the layout design Metaklinika made, this is a printed object guided by genuine collective work.