Curator: Tan Zeen
Introduction: The drama “Camel Xiangzi” is based on the city life of the bottom group in Beiping in the late 1920s, and takes the ups and downs of the rickshaw driver Xiangzi as the main plot. It deeply exposed the darkness of old China and showed the living conditions of the poor people under the rule of darkness. In the design of the overall clothing shape, it is not rigidly depicted and reproduced, but focuses on the expression of real atmosphere and real value. There are two main design points: First, in terms of color and texture, the clothing is mainly made old by hand dyeing methods such as plant dyeing. The mottled effect formed by the decay of plants on the fabric is just like the poor people rotting in the old society. have a common destiny. Second, the design of “shape” mainly lies in deconstruction and deformation. Through the decomposition and reorganization of traditional patterns, as well as the alienation and deformation of cutting, it expresses the distorted and decadent living conditions in the old society, strengthens the state of the characters, and enhances the stage effect. The third is to use the contrast and foil between the characters in the costume modeling to shape the personality of different characters, so that the overall modeling is full of changes under the premise of unity.
Stage Design: Bachelor of stage design in 2017, Lu Yuyang, Lu Anqi, Chen Yanran, Ning Xueqi, Wu Yixin, Huang Yi, Zhang Wanlin, Huang Lixi, Wu Keyue
Lighting Design : : Bachelor of lighting design in 2017, Liu Xunbo, Wang Shuyi, Li Yuhang, He Yifei, Zhu Meiyu, Cao Ren, Wang Xiaohan
Costume & Makeup Design: Xu Wang
Costume & Makeup Design Assistants: Huang Xinhui, Ye Shuai, Shi Jingjing, Xu Jiayu
Bachelor in costume and makeup design at Shanghai Theatre Academy, and Master in character design at Shanghai Theatre Academy; teached by Professor Xu Jiahua and Professor Feng Yanrong.