A Midsummer Night’s Dream Stage Design, 2021
Tutor: Tan Zeen
The work uses a non-framed stage. It’s based on Shakespeare’s play “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and is designed around the concept of “chaos” in Eastern culture.
Its visual appeal lies in creating the shape of the sail jellyfish by stretching yarn and transparent material across the stage space. The winding of a complete yarn seems to be disordered, and the reflection of the transparent material visually enhances the sense of chaos and dreaminess.
Blue is sky, water and air; is freedom and life; is depth and infinity.
Actors on the stage can perform through the space and fulcrums created by the yarn stretching. The contact between the actor’s body and the yarn makes it deformed, making the stage flow and emotional.
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Born in 2000, Chinese, living in Beijing.
She began to study art in 2008 and has been in touch with stage design and contemporary art since 2018. Currently studying at the Communication University of China, majoring in art design for drama and film.
Works of arts:
Our Town stage design,2019
A Midsummer Night’s Dream Stage Design,2021