In principle, this work of art is a kind of a made up narration of the place from the play of Maria Bernard Koltes. The place of the action is precisely set in the play by the author. It is a devastated hangar placed in a bad neighborhood of an unspecified city. The emotions of the characters are more interesting for me than an attempt to create a realistic setting.
The designed space is my personal vision of those emotions. It is a crippled and injured place. It is namely a crater or a hole in the ground with sharp grooved edges. It is an unfriendly and sinister landscape. In the center of the crater an unusual, odd and alien object has settled. It is a meteorite.
Maybe, it is the cause of the catastrophe of this place. This alien object has fitted into the surroundings, however, its strangeness is still jarring similarly to black and dumb Abad, who is a mysterious character of the play and who can bring both salvation and destruction to the rest of characters. When designing it was crucial for me to convey the rawness of this place. Sealed edges of the crater are truly steep and sharp, what creates a great challenge for the movement of the actors.