Opéra de Nice, ''Adriana Lecouvreur''


With 17 strips of RNB - Nebbia, the set designer Nicolas Bovey created three translucent and extremely light-reactive walls.It is an interpretation of the Closed set ...
Vezi toate
... which symbolically recalls an eighteenth-century interior.«The 120 reflecting parables», Nicolas Bovey explains, «and the backdrops made of RNB - Nebbia, which is extremely sensitive to the variations of the lighting, were the tools that had been chosen to evoke the different degrees of the emotionalism of the protagonist in a society where ...»
«... the way according to which one is highlighted is the goal of the same life.The effect of the RNB - Nebbia fulfilled my expectations.Also used with not welded strips, it apparently gave a cold and antiseptic aspect to the space but that, just grazed by the light, revealed its semi-trasparency resulting very refined and evocative.The raw and bare space ...»
«... is the allegory of a place in which the appearance is the existential condition of Adriana Lecouvreur.»
The Bacchanal, a painting by the great French rococo painter Charles Joseph Natoire (1700-1777), contemporary to the events of the protagonist of the opera, has been decomposed into five parts made of RNB - Nebbia print digital.Here three wings, which are backlit with warm light, are visible and ...
... once they have descended to stage level they are used as a support for rear-projecting the magnified silhouettes of some dancers ...
... or to highlight with cooler light the painting.The wings alternate ...
Opera in patru acte
Francesco Cilea (1866-1950)
Prima reprezentatie
Milan, Teatro Lirico, 6/11/1902

light design
Nicolas Bovey
Alessio Rosati
Directia scenica


Materiale utilizate în această producție

Closed sets

Rame pentru scenotehnică

Print digital pe fundaluri luminat din spate

RNB - Nebbia

Folii retroproiecție

RNB - Nebbia printat digital

Informatii despre prelucrarea datelor