Theoretical Research

M.A-Arbeit. Raumzeit in Theater, Kino und Ausstellung: Die folgende Raumzeitanalyse beschäftigt sich mit dem Begriff der Raumzeit in Theater, Kino und Ausstellung aus der objektiven physikalischen Perspektive und aus der subjektiven wahrnehmungsbezogenen Perspektive.

Spatial_Temporal Score “Licht”: The following book is still in Progress and is based on the Theater Performance “Light” premiered in Berlin 2017. It is a theoretical research, where different methods are applied in order to create a Spatial and Temporal score of Light, Musik, Body.

Theater as a Sensitive Experience: the following paper establishes a theoretical bases in order to approach the practical research of the agents proposed (light, music and body) and investigate how it is possible to alter the basic conceptions of space/time/presence in theatre; and by doing so create a narrative based on a sensitive experience with out the use of words. In order to due so, certain studies of visual artists from the abstract movement (Piet Mondrian and Vassily Kandinsky), have been linked with studies of Adolphe Appia, and some notions of the concept “The Sublime”.

Teatro Contemporaneo Chileno: Un teatro de rearticulación: the following theoretical research centers its thoughts on certain key aspects concerning the concept of re-articulation, concept which is appropriated by the writer in order to reflect a characteristic of the Chilean contemporary theater. He bases his theory on the concepts of reproduction and appropriation (Subercaseaux), and with them, analyzes the works of certain directors, in order to explain how these concepts appear throughout the history of the Chilean theater and its influences from abroad. There for understand what occurred in the 80 (period when the way of conceiving theater in Chile changed drastically), and how from then on, artists began to re-articulate there external influences as a way of creating a theater form that is particular of Chile. A theater based on re-articulation as Nicolas Russi proposes. (Description of the article written by Chilean researcher: Rodrigo Canales)