2017 In Aleppo, one of the most war-torn cities in Syria, those who have no shelter protect themselves behind curtains and carpets stitched together—if not from the bullets, at least from the sight of snipers. The colorful corridors of cloth walls are a powerful image of the atrocities of war. In the performance, a similar curtain-wall is set up in the Festival space by an actress who sews a patchwork of Eastern fabrics with a tapestry needle while reciting a text.