Date – 2018
Type – Interactive screens scenography for a theatre piece
Location – Oxymore Cully & Arsenic Lausanne
Client – L'Abral
We created the screen scenography and the video content for a documentary theatre piece with professional actors and migrants from different countries. The piece was called "L'odyssée des femmes de notre temps" and was played at Theatre Oxymore, Cully (CH) and theatre Arsenic, Lausanne (CH).
Our scenography was composed of two vertical screens and one main horizontal projection placed in the centre. The content of the first vertical screen was interactive and connected to a keyboard to display textual content. The second one was displaying portraits of the migrants and videos of their rehearsals.
The main horizontal projection was acting as background decor for the piece using computer-generated landscapes in constant movements, re-imagining the topic of migration in a more poetic way.