It’s hilarious how tired, stressed, and dead my body is but I’m emotionally lovely and mentally like
“YES! YES LET’S DO THIS. PERFORM PERFORM PERFORM!!! NO SLEEP!! AND NEXT WEEK ARE EXAMS! WOO IMMA BE GREAT!”
Hamburg-based photographer Klaus Frahm takes us behind the stage of many European theaters and offers us an unconventional perspective, which symbolizes the antithesis of the spotlight. By shattering the illusion of completion and perfection, Frahm depicts the full production behind the scenes. The dark and highly contrasted photographs reveal the theaters’ technological elements, its staging lights and complicated, less glamour space behind the curtain, which are concealed from the audience. Frahn’s goal “is to give way for a new perspective, to entertain, to offer a fresh sight on familiar things,” and to “reveal something laying under the surface.” The Fourth Wall is the audience’s chance at viewing reality.