Empty stages is a photographic project consisting of a series of digital prints that have been taken since 2003 and comprises of more than 100 photographs. Authors document empty stages in various parts of the world, such as conference halls, city and amateur theatres, concert stages, workers’ clubs or hotels. Images of abandoned stages are a specific artistic exploration of the concept of stage: the wide span of its possibilities and potential actualizations. Part of the exhibition is also an actual small stage, which became the venue for Etchells’ guests from areas of contemporary art and philosophy.
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