Psarapoula originated on the Greek island, Hydra. Franziska Becher criticises the commercialisation of this lovely island, by unifying the islanders again for a brief moment and returning their identity through the simultaneous, multiplex playback of the original version of the traditional folk song, “Psarapoula.” The artist was successful in moving 27 café and restaurant owners to play the original version of the song promptly at 16:00, and in allowing the inhabitants of the island to once again be conscious of their identity and solidarity. From the owner of one location: 


“Through the song, you have brought the shattered back together again, our tradition!”