For us, then, light does something more than tell stories about the sun, moon and stars. We do not demand of it that it produce effects. Nor must it make things pretty, nor evoke moods. It must only give to colors, surfaces, lines, bodies and movements the possibility of unfolding themselves. None of these elements should act at the other's expense, least of all the lighting itself, which should function as a binding force. A "reverberating light"–that is what we seek. Needless to say, such light must fill all the space at hand, including both the audience and the performers.

–Light, Lighting and Illumination
Alexandre de Salzmann

 
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  • Light, Lighting and Illumination
    Alexandre de Salzman


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