Flowing Space

Theater – Raum – Bewegung bei Christoph Schlingensief und Friedrich Kiesler

In: Christoph Schlingensief und die Avantgarde
Teresa Kovacs
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The paper investigates different constructions of space in Christoph Schlingensief’s theatrical work, exploring connections with Frederick Kiesler’s thoughts on theatre, space and movement. It considers Kiesler’s most important conceptions, including the Raumbühne (1924), his vision of the Endless House, the Universal, and his theory of ‚Correalism‘. Against this background, the paper describes Schlingensief’s spatial arrangements as flowing spaces which connect architectural and cinematic modes of perception.

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