DESIGN: Set Design

DESIGN: Set Design

The Door Scene. Some artist look back on their work. And with experience can see something different they would have done. I do not feel that toward these doors. At the time, I loved creating them from my photography and drawings. Each door projected on to a moving screen. The dancers interacted with the moving screens.

Asheville Stage Set Design

DOOR 1 – The Snakes 

The red of the door with the iron work protected so well. The difference between the dark tones and the orange-red saturation work prefect. The snake really do look quite evil.

Asheville Stage Set Design

DOOR 2: Two Heads 

The doors came from my own photography collection. What I didn’t have image of, I drew. These doors were shown off on stage – scaled larger than life. The 3D effect at the top of the door and the lower corners is an old disco ball. The teeth from the monsters head is the Needle (Center of Dublin). I like combining textures and tones from different time periods.

Asheville Stage Set Design

DOOR 3: Little Door

The small door had a quick scene when door opened for a short animation. On stage the door animation and stage lighting for the effect of light coming out of the door.  Really great effect – that out a full house roam every-time.

Asheville Stage Set Design

DOOR 4: Knockers.

The 4th and final door is the most plain of the designs. On stage, this door was beside the 3rd door – that had an animation scene – that the audience were to engage with. Pull the design back on this door kept the interest in point.

Creating work for a moving screen

Two doors came from one projector. To ensure that the image rests correctly – when arriving at an angle. This is where the math comes in – and the artwork starts to look a bit like this.

 

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