EINSTEINS DREAMS

UDK BERLIN | MASTER ARTS IN CONTEXT | 2010

Scenography reacts with its museum surrounding (space between), choreographs the visitor in time and space (space of time), carries her/him into another world and triggers emotions (emotional space). It creates spatial images, small and big gestures for objects and content (transformation space) and it mediates between cultural disciplines (crossing borders in space). As an art form it has unlimited potential to create and re-create itself (space of desire).
Based on Alan Lightman’s short story “Einstein’s Dreams“, the students of the seminar “The Art Of Scenography“ realized scenographic concepts and spatial designs. After detailed research and analysis, the students of „Art in context“ developed experimental models.

Lecturer: Charlotte Tamschick

University of Fine Arts Berlin, 
Study course „Art in context“:

Students: 
Vincent Rebers, Sarah Lewis, 
Caspar Hässig, Christoph Balzar, 
Ekaterina Grizik

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Scenography reacts with its museum surrounding (space between), choreographs the visitor in time and space (space of time), carries her/him into another world and triggers emotions (emotional space). It creates spatial images, small and big gestures for objects and content (transformation space) and it mediates between cultural disciplines (crossing borders in space). As an art form it has unlimited potential to create and re-create itself (space of desire).
Based on Alan Lightman’s short story “Einstein’s Dreams“, the students of the seminar “The Art Of Scenography“ realized scenographic concepts and spatial designs. After detailed research and analysis, the students of „Art in context“ developed experimental models.

Lecturer: Charlotte Tamschick

University of Fine Arts Berlin, 
Study course „Art in context“:

Students: 
Vincent Rebers, Sarah Lewis, 
Caspar Hässig, Christoph Balzar, 
Ekaterina Grizik

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