Costumes & Scenography
Performance at Ballet Frankfurt 2003. Further performances: BAM, Berliner Festspiele, e.a.
Decreation is an award-winning artificial opera created by William Forsythe for Ballet Frankfurt, inspired by an essay by the Canadian poet Anne Carson. Feelings of tenderness and rage pulse throughout Decreation. Dialogues, characters and physical commands migrate through the dancers. The focal point for Claudia Hill’s costume design for the 17 dancers is the principles of de-creation and nothingness. She transforms, cuts up and collages pre-existing clothing into fragmented forms and uses a variety of techniques to bring out the essence for each piece.
|Choreography and Stage Design||William Forsythe|
|Lighting Design||Jan Walter|
|Video Design||Philip Bußmann|
|Sound Design||Bernhard Klein|
Jone San Martin