Kitti Gosztola



resin, sand, FDM 3D print, aluminium

48 x 95 x 45 cm



Theatres created in abandoned mines are a characteristic example of wasteland recultivation. Such amphitheatres can be found in the city of Bottrop, in former coal mines of the Ruhr Area, in Čebín, Czech Republic, or in Alsóörs, Hungary,

in the former stone mine. The terraced pits irresistibly attract the all-redeeming fervour of culture.


Projecting them into the largest, 1000-metres-wide diamond and gold mines,

the fitting amphitheatres outgrow human scale, offering up themselves to bare nature.