Draga & Aurel’s new work recalls Platone and Aristotele

The design studio presents a conversation between art and theater through an installation at Nomad in St. Moritz.

The Draga & Aurel studio presents a site-specific installation that intends to merge theater, poetry and art through a project that will present itself as a sort of stage where the Nomad audience can be involved, making it simultaneously spectator and actor within a work that recalls notions of Platone and Aristotele’s poetic theatrical thought.

Draga & Aurel propose a staging of the work in acontemplative key with the intention of making it accessible through a direct dialogue, devoid of narrative voice and with a very specific purpose: the empathy. The project will be divided into two dialogues, the Foresta and the Radura, where will be exhibitedchairs, tables, wall lamps and abstract paintings by Aurel that will dress the living room of one ofthe most important events of the year.

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