The proposition to produce this piece for "Voices From The Center" project happens because the source that inspired its conception (by the time of the anniversary of the May 68) were facts, political and humanitary, that relate to the "Velvet Revolution".
At the moment of the Russian occupation of Czechoslovakia, "Prague’s Spring" 1968, the habitants of this and other cities, with the aim to resist Russian soldiers, exchanged and took out the street’s name signs so they couldn’t orient themselves in town. This episode can represent how important is the relation of the habitants to their city and how resistance can be achieved, not by force, by the crowds acting in unity on the streets.