How do you design for an audience looking at your work versus experiencing it first hand?
When Santiago Calatrava was invited to collaborate with the New York City Ballet, he
was honored and inspired to further explore his study of movement and the human
body. The resulting stage designs debuted during this summer’s ballet season, aptly
titled: The Architecture of Dance – New Choreography and Music Festival. Publisher
Ann Gray spoke with Mr. Calatrava on collaborating with artists, the expression of
movement, and the ephemeral nature of set design.
This is second in a series of 8 audio clips taken from the interview.
Full interview found in FORM magazine’s July/August International Issue – print and digital.