Spiral Booths – the visitors’ performance – Vazio S/A

Designed as a space  for fiction and performance for the 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces exhibition (Victoria & Albert Museum, 15-jun – 30-aug), Spiral Booths works like a vertical theatre where the stage was fragmented and stacked into six micro-stages connected by a spiral staircase. The performances will be presented by eight different theatre companies from London, the first one starting today, Friday 18 June.  The play is called 12 Dancing Princess, and it was conceived by theatre company Metta Theatre (www.mettatheatre.co.uk) especially to be presented in the Booths. Taken yesterday, the pictures below, by Leonardo Rodrigues, depict the first museum visitors (that could also be seen as performers) to visit the structure.

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