Dylan Hausthor & Paul Guilmoth, Antoine d’Agata, Klavdij
The story looks back several decades from when it was written, at a time when the public marveled at the professional hunger artist – a public performer who fasts for many days. Whole cities used to gather to watch those incredible artists performing the limits of their human capabilities.
“So he lived for many years, [...] invisible glory, honoured by the world, yet in spite of that troubled in spirit, and all the more troubled because no one would take his trouble seriously. What comfort could he possibly need? What more could he possibly wish for?”