1-9 July.Taipei, Taiwan
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Exhibition

Professional Designers

Germany

Lukas Noll

Schneewittchen und die 77 Zwerge

Selected Category: Set Design

Category: Set Design

Design Statement

A space for fairytale has been created that presents a distinctly non-naturalistic, synthetic world. The central object is a mountain - a cupola - stretching almost completely across the entire revolving stage. Appearing as a blue forest initially, inside the dome a surprising world within is revealed. The "summit" of the mountain comprises a hatch door where it is possible to slip inside and so end up within the realm of the dwarfs: Dome architecture with playground slides, hammocks, cushions, strange small furniture and machines, strong warm colours and a picnic. Life here is above all relaxed and emphatically fun - the perfect alternative to the world of Snow White's stepmother and her obsession with style and success. A child reviewer exclaimed 'I would happily live like this too!'

In order to strengthen the model-like impression of the forest, the trees in reduced geometrical form together with the ground are covered in roughly textured, very strong three-dimensional mesh.

Lukas Noll

Lukas Noll was born 1968 in Karl-Marx-Stadt (Chemnitz), former German Democratic Republic. Initial training in carpentry at Berlin State Opera Theatre, preceded work opportunities with Dresden Art Museum and later in various theatres as a stage and costume design assistant. Lukas Noll received his qualifications at Dresden Academy of Fine Arts 1991 to 1997. Since 2002 he holds the position Head of Stage Design with Stadttheater Giessen (Germany). Lukas Noll was engaged by the Korean National Opera to design the first production of “Lulu” in Seoul, by the Wroclaw Opera for “Parsifal” and “Rosenkavalier”, by the Estonian National Opera for “Guilio Cesare in Egitto” and by the Macedonian National Theatre for Andrij Zholdaks “Electra”. In 2015 he designed the stage for Elena Kats-Chernin's Opera “Snow White and the 77 Dwarfes” at the Komische Oper Berlin.
In 2007 and 2013 his work was acclaimed with a nomination for “Best Stage Design of the Year” rating by the German Opernwelt magazine, and again in 2016 from Die Deutsche Bühne. In 2013 Lukas Noll was invited to the World Stage Design exhibition in Cardiff and shortlisted for “Best Set Design”.

Email Address: lukas.noll@t-online.de

Theatre Company Komische Oper Berlin

The Premiere Date of Production 2015-11-01

The Premiere Space of Production Komische Oper Berlin

Author Elena Kats-Chernin

Director/ Choreographer Christian von Götz

Set Designer Lukas Noll

Lighting Designer Diego Leetz

Costume Designer Karin Fritz

Sound Designer --

Projection and Multi-Media Designer --

Other Creative Collaborator/s --