Working with Bloomsbury Opera we looked to develop a narrative that would fit the contemporary interpretation of Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte, in the intimate setting of Goodenough College. The interpretation of the Opera is to be set in a culinary academy, to be proposed as a school of lovers. This is to be a temporary instillation for two shows.  Looking at the relationship that coexists between love and food, there were many elements that can symbolize love in the act of cooking. Symbolizing the plate is the stage, elements that come onto it are the spices and ingredients to the dish. Utilizing polycarbonate to give an element of transparency, and juxtapose the history and ornamentation of the great hall. Projections were used as an aspect of storytelling and to change the scenography during the performance with out scene changes.  A collaboration with Felix Graf
       
     
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 Working with Bloomsbury Opera we looked to develop a narrative that would fit the contemporary interpretation of Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte, in the intimate setting of Goodenough College. The interpretation of the Opera is to be set in a culinary academy, to be proposed as a school of lovers. This is to be a temporary instillation for two shows.  Looking at the relationship that coexists between love and food, there were many elements that can symbolize love in the act of cooking. Symbolizing the plate is the stage, elements that come onto it are the spices and ingredients to the dish. Utilizing polycarbonate to give an element of transparency, and juxtapose the history and ornamentation of the great hall. Projections were used as an aspect of storytelling and to change the scenography during the performance with out scene changes.  A collaboration with Felix Graf
       
     

Working with Bloomsbury Opera we looked to develop a narrative that would fit the contemporary interpretation of Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte, in the intimate setting of Goodenough College. The interpretation of the Opera is to be set in a culinary academy, to be proposed as a school of lovers. This is to be a temporary instillation for two shows.

Looking at the relationship that coexists between love and food, there were many elements that can symbolize love in the act of cooking. Symbolizing the plate is the stage, elements that come onto it are the spices and ingredients to the dish. Utilizing polycarbonate to give an element of transparency, and juxtapose the history and ornamentation of the great hall. Projections were used as an aspect of storytelling and to change the scenography during the performance with out scene changes.

A collaboration with Felix Graf

2019_01_09_poster_newfolio.jpg
       
     
SKETCHES 1.jpg
       
     
SKETCHES 2.jpg
       
     
PLAN FINAL 3 CROP.jpg
       
     
SHOT 5.jpg
       
     
DETAIL 1.jpg
       
     
DETAIL 2.jpg
       
     
DETAIL 3.jpg
       
     
SET SIDE 2 v2.jpg
       
     
SET SIDE 1 v2.jpg
       
     
BALLOONS v2.jpg
       
     
KITCHEN GREEN v3.jpg
       
     
KITCHEN ACT 2.jpg
       
     
PURPLE CLOUDS.jpg
       
     
KITCHEN STRANGE.jpg
       
     
GIRLS TABLE.jpg
       
     
POLISH.jpg