For the scenography for a dance piece I decided to slice the space and change perspective.
(It is remarkable how much we are used to read spaces from a rectangular perspective)

The simplest form of tribune is a staircase: the thing that gets you up is the thing from which you look down.

The simplest form of a tribune is a staircase without seats, squeezed against a wall on all side except the front.

On the day of the première, after months of imagining the audience and anticipating their expected behavior,
someone put 2 black chairs in front of the tribune for an old couple with back pain.

It kind of ruined my minimalistic concept.


thanks to: Vladimir Miller, Bruno Pocheron, An Kaler, Brendan Dougherty, Bart Verschaffel, Hannes Wurm, tanzfabrik Berlin and others

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