Unpag. artist's book published in concordance with Els Comediants' production of "La Nit (The Night)", containing photographs, optical illusions, cut-outs, and interactive and tactile pages, some with text, some purely pictorial layouts, all loosely based around the theme of night, and accompanied by a special issue of "Diari de Barcelona" from Fall 1987 on the theatrical group and this production. Oblong 4to. Spiral-bound boards binder with metallic decoration to front cover. Barcelona (Edicions de l'Eixample) 1987. Els Comediants is a Catalan theater company founded in 1971 at the school of independent theater in Barcelona, and made up of actors, musicians, and artists. Considered one of the greatest proponents of street theater, the group mixes theater with circus, music, audiovisual aspects, puppetry, and other disciplines. They performed at the closing of the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 and several large expositions held in Spain. La Nit was presented in 1987 as a kaleidoscope of the world of the night, proposing a new way to understand the musical and talk about dreams. As of July 2015, WorldCat locates only one holding in North America. (Inventory #: 48311)
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