Seth Kriebel’s The Unbuilt Room is a piece of performance-gaming designed to explore how places create memories and how memories create places.
Small groups of players wander through rooms real and imagined, in the process creating a collaborative piece of imagined, immersive theatre. Following Europeana 1914-18, designed to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, at the British Library, Battersea Arts Centre will be hosting The Unbuilt Room: Scratch Quartet throughout the autumn. The next performances will take place on the 21st October and 28th November 2014.
Now in our interactive, immersive, user-generated “You are the Interviewer” format, you get to interview Kriebel, the room’s creator. Click here to begin your unbuilt interview with the maker of The Unbuilt Room.