Posts Tagged ‘Scenography’

snippets #2 – Prague Quadrennial of Extended Scenography

Automate self-playing installation by Norway artists…poetic, humorous, strong. (I have to find details in my suitcase!)
It was the first room in the basement, the objects seemed to be recup from a beach and were making sounds when activated. they were moving on rails, there were 2 projectors on frontal, and one retro-projecting + 4 strong side diagonal lights which were performing as much as the objects.
Projection of submarine, water,… can’t say exactly. At time, projections were made to fit exactly the objects, inhabiting them. I dived into another world.


snippets #1 – Prague Quadrennial of Extended Scenography

00:00 ‘Birthday Suits’ by Misha Le Jen, Russia – Extreme Costume
00:29 ‘Missing’ – Best Curatorial Concept of an Exhibit: Hungary – conceptual unity immersing visitors in an enigmatic, metaphorical world, focusing on the plight of the artist in contemporary society.
01:25 students models integrating video screens
01:53 Roman and Alexandra water waves modulating with different sound frequencies
02:25 ‘wipers’
02:35 student work, Serbia
02:52 staircases at the boxes (Intersections exhibition)
In the Boxes of Intersections – Intimacy and Spectacle: Intimacy and Spectacle is a special international project of the Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space 2011 that explores space as creator of the audience/viewer and visual art/theatre relationship and performance as an important element of different art and cultural disciplines.
03:39 – 3 heads
05:23 – alone, in a dark box ….designed by Romeo Castellucci
06:29 – Australian students work – a wheel…