Plaza is a frenetic carnival parade that offers no moment of respite, that never betrays any slackening: on a sort of conveyor belt that serves as a stage, the most heterogeneous objects, the most grotesque assemblies and acrobatics parade from left to right, contrary to the direction of the reading, while the public below, regularly bullied and even physically assaulted, manifests a growing fervor, an excitement that borders on mystic ecstasy.
Plaza is a mechanical Dionysian feast, a grandiose spectacle that celebrates the origins of the universe, animism, gods, manufactured objects, devotion, the celebration itself, totalitarianism and the fourth dimension. Plaza is a semi-concealed visual phantasmagoria behind the heavy onomatopoeia generated by its tumult. Plaza is a ceremony dedicated to movement, to the dynamics of forms and fantasy, to chaos and creation.
Plaza is a new and joyful manifesto of Yokoyama in favor of free comics.
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