Scenography as a Territory - Paolo Rudelli
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Scenography as a Territory

The Athens School of Fine Arts 19.06.2013

Scenography as a Territory

Scenography as a Territory

At the beginning is Void and Darkness.
It is not yet a Topos. It is an Utopia.

An Utopia where the characters of the play are revived, restructured and projected into space and time.

In the Darkness progress is made in the way of a sculptor who instead of adding he removes material and thus allows form to appear.

– Thanks to Dimitris Kraniotis for English translation –

Paolo Rudelli

Theme of Scenography Work Shop on The Athens School of Fine Arts taking on in march/april 2014



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