Klaus Grünberg reports on his own work and working methods. For him, scenography is only a visual art at first glance. About scenographic composition, the autonomous role of scenography in a theatre production and how boring it would be if everyone told the same story at the same time. About techniques that remove a design from the artist, that make the artist’s hand disappear and turn chance into a designer. What developing a set can have to do with designing a garden.
23rd October 2019 at 7 p.m.
Location: TU Berlin, Studio 484, Masterstudiengang Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum,
Ackerstrasse 76, 13355 Berlin, (Access: courtyard 3, staircase H, 4th floor left)
(Free admission, no registration required)
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Stage design and light
Klaus Grünberg comes from Hamburg, studied stage design with Erich Wonder in Vienna and has since worked as a freelance stage and lighting designer at theatres and opera houses in Europe as well as in Kuwait and Buenos Aires. Together with the composer and director Heiner Goebbels, he has been working on several music theatre projects since the nineties, and for a long time he has collaborated with the directors Tatjana Gürbaca and Barrie Kosky and others. In 1999 Klaus Grünberg opened the MOMOLMA (museum of more or less modern art). Further information and pictures at: www.klausgruenberg.de