A bridge from North Africa to Europe to save the lives of thousands of people dying in the Mediterranean. What sounds like a concrete political decision to end the humanitarian catastrophe at Europe's shores is in fact the most recent art work by the Berlin-based Centre for Political Beauty. Interview with the Centre's Chief of Staff Cesy Leonard by Annamária Tóth
There are many examples of governments who put pressure on their citizens in various ways; some more brutally and some less. There are also many examples of situations (also in recent history) when citizens had enough and after a collection of many incidents, the smallest thing triggered a chain reaction, led to huge protests, and ended up changing the politics or the policies of the country.