Scenography for “Medea and Edipo a Colono” - Fuksas Architects

Posted Thursday, September 10, 2009 by SixSevenEightNine in Labels: ,

Behold the amazing tectonic quality of materials and form, Fuksas does it ever so succintly again.
Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas has designed the facility for the dramatic 2009 season of the National Institute of Ancient Drama, the set of “Medea and Edipo a Colono” for the Greek Theater in Siracusa, Italy.
The concept of the stage design is simple: A "concave blade" that is positioned to reflect the entire stage, involving the public at the same time to increase mutual interaction. The reflective surface is likened to be a "lost horizon", as the landscape and the scenery changes over the course of the play.

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