ungovernableness


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ungovernableness

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Among specific topics are from the model to the stage: scenographic thinking and artistic practices in Aleksandar Denic's theater work with Frank Castort and others, scenographic materiality: agency and intra-action in Katrin Brack's designs, spatial reorganizations and moving dynamics of the active spectator, the art of thinking and designing space: notes from the studio, the ungovernableness of the scene, and scenography and actor-network theory: analytical approaches.
I did not take into the account the ungovernableness of my own passions." (14) St.
In proclamations like "I did not take into the account the ungovernableness of my own passions," the narrator exemplifies the tendency for straightforward and transparent descriptions of his former self's intemperate state.