We are MOHA. Moha’s name comes from Hungarian, it means moss. We chose this name to reflect the desire to embody a moss like quality which grows and expands even in the most unexpected conditions. We see our work as a resilient living ecosystem. Moha/moss is not one entity, and therefore can’t have only one fixed definition. Therefore our work grew into the merge of many fields: urbanism, anthropology, social choreography, magic realism, performance art, guerrilla art and activism among others.
We are currently developing Who Cares? a performative research together with social workers, street cleaners, nurses, farmers, cemetery workers and the staff of an elderly house, examining and questioning the place of care in our society.