title
Prefecture
Disciplines
Set and Costume Design
Location
Corpus, Det Kongelige Teater/ Royal Danish Theatre, Copenhagen
Choreography
Martin Forsberg
Premiere
30.08.2017
Photography
Malin Arnesson
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 Volume & the Perishable and Encirclement. Smoke in itself is a perishable sculpture. Smoke and light where it is placed, creates a space, a room, a Set Design where there was none. That anticipation in the room is increased by an open space, non-theatrical, without a division into stage and auditorium. Rather than looking at Set Design move horizontally and vertically we are experiencing the performance by being inside it, the division between dancer and audience is decreased as we are all bodies to experience with and to be caused to. Att vålla (to cause) darkness, light, wind, cold, heat to. A studio, a room which is built to provide the requirements of specialists, raw material as building material and mass production, mass produced clothes att vålla (to cause) with. Working clothes/ costumes for a dancer.

The eye’s physicality is a fact. High brightness/ Low darkness. Dark adaptation: gradually accustom to darkness. Light adaptation: quick process Strong light: provides a good colour and detail visual.

Constant movement. Constant movement of light and smoke. Constant Sound. Occuring Smell.

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