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Matthias Lilienthal’s directorship at the Kammerspiele began with the construction of a series of sleeping units scattered throughout Munich whose costs were not to exceed 250 euros. The apartments drew attention to the everday topic of conversation about the too expensive and at the same time vacant apartments in the city, whereby the project entered the spaces of social life. Such installations become a theatre project when temporary dwellers move in and are then seen as part of the performance by spectators passing by.
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Keywords: Matthias Lilienthal; Munich; Shabbyshabby Apartments; Thomas Irmer; alternative architecture; raumlaborberlin; theatre in social everday life; theatre without text or actors

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2016

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