A collaboration project with Jonathan Roditi. A floating stage designed to be viewed from 4 sides where each facade serves as a stage for different musicians playing in different phase of natural light.
The sides are covered with a see through white net, that works as a screen for various lights. In the centre there is a hanging column made out of stripes of reused commercial banners. It serves as a backstage for technical crew and equipment, meanwhile becomes a large scale light installation, that is lighten up in some moments during the performance.
The materials used in the building process are borrowed, reused or designed with a possibility to be used again. The aim was to reduce waste to a minimum.
Designed for: www.ezeraskanas.lv
Concept & Production:
Reinis Spaile, Matīss Spaile
Jonathan Roditi, Zane Priede
The Bad Tones (LV)
Tim Linghaus (DE)
PRAGA II (LV)
Okay Kaya (USA)
Alīna Plotonova, Darious Moravcik, Krists Krūskops, Igor Saveiko, Laima Sirmā, Patrīcija Kolāte, Vika Eksta