La Traviata is a complete work of art: it is architecture, light, poetry, dance and movement. It is an imaginary scene that allows the observer to contemplate; the light evokes a calm that enhances the senses, making it easier to hear and perceive one’s surroundings. Wilson designed the product on stage with the same approach he uses in all of his expressive vehicles: the work is the fruit of “the reduction of the languages of words, gestures and behaviors to their basic grammars, to the minimal structure of their complexity”. The result is completely abstract and non-interpretive, leaving the on-looker the chance to freely associate their own, imaginative universe. Light is space, and without it, nothing would have the same dimension.
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