This unmissable, arch-shaped space can be used as a theater and houses a very peculiar collection of objects that might raise some questions. Look around you, what connects the commercial fan to signal flags? How does Paulina Ołowska's moving alphabet connect to the stereotypical characters of the Commedia dell'Arte? You are invited to use your imagination in this space.
In response to the Palace of Typographic Masonry’s request to look for these connections, graphic designer Rudy Guedj used part of the collection as props for his play "Two QUATRAINS from QUARANTINE," for which he drew out the storyboard. Unfortunately, its premiere at The Unfolding Arch of Forging Fantasy got canceled for unclear reasons. The main character of the play (appearing on stage dressed as a plague doctor), performs a ritual in front of the empty seats of the theatre before heading backstage. Walking down a long hallway, the lonely masked actor witnesses a series of rather mysterious coded scenes taking place behind the locked doors that are spread on both sides of the corridor.