TORONTO – It is Berlin 1928 and a young woman sits alone in her parents’ secular Jewish home, turning the pages of a newspaper and listening to German songs on a radio. After a while she walks to a table where she gathers paper, pen and ink to write a letter. The quiet domestic scene plays out in “Auguststrasse 25,” a multimedia project installed in Toronto’s downtown Kiever Synagogue by the Koffler Centre of the Arts.