1.7 is not a new smartphone.
It’s the average birth rate in Europe.
In 1.7, the Hungarian artist Zsuzsa Rózsavölgyi explores the female body and its role in society in a very humorous and provocative way.
What effect do advertising, media, traditions and pure nonsense have?
With a personal approach and healthy disregard for taboos, Rózsavölgyi slips into various roles of the modern woman and demonstrates what it means to live in a female body and to communicate with a female body today.
Should women place their bodies in the service of society in order to increase the birth rate – or is this problem more easily solved with immigration?
Find out more about this show and the fantastic pay-as-you-feel Encounters festival here.