The meeting between the literary historian and literary critic Sándor Bazsányi and the architect and architecture theoretician Andor Wesselényi-Garay resulted in the publishing of a volume, of which we can leisurely say that it is both innovative and that it fills a hiatus. The book of the two entitled Kettős vakolás (Double plastering) is an analytical approach of the scenery and architectural descriptions featured in literary works, and in an irregular way: it is Bazsányi who analyses the way built space is illustrated from a literary perspective, and then comes the architect with his part of the profession.

“Some stories can take place only in certain spaces” – revealed Andor Wesselényi-Garay during one of the meetings. Double plastering allows us to take a glimpse into the fact that even renowned authors can make many mistakes in this respect. During the meeting with the public, which shall take place during the 4th edition of pulzArt festival, the public will have the chance to hear about these mistakes, the work process, the cooperation between them, as well as of the terminologies they have acquired from each other.

Moderator: Erika Fám cinema and mass-media researcher

17 September, 6:30 p.m, ‘Bod Péter’ County Library

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