The spectator‘s spatial imagination is expanded by a synthesis between the physically existing space and artificial supplementation through the „Augmented reality“.
In the piece, we were mainly concerned with the functionality of the stage as a projection room and designed a variable but calculable stage and a system for the positioning of the elements in the individual scenes. These semitransparent L shaped elements could be freely positioned and made possible a plurality of convex or concave space variations. In the formal studies presented on the left, we attempted to manipulate the size ratios of the available space by segmenting into smaller spaces or delimited areas and to explore their spatial effect and emotion. In numerous workshops we determined the future functions that a mobile stage should perform. Through research and initial tests, the framework conditions were determined in consultation with the actors. The interaction of the actors with the objects and their mobility was the focus of the cooperative development. After the script was defined, the individual scenarios composed exclusively of the L pieces were composed. They sometimes form very compact, contiguous reliefs or free-standing fragmentations. The resultant individual spatial effect creates the basic mood of the scene.
The dramaturgical orientation can include, apart from an architectural local, a chronological space or a completely different context. Both the performer and the given background function as a projection surface, thus forming a new synthesis and a simultaneous paradox of background and foreground.