張瑋師 Cecelia Cheung
舞台美學 Scenographer / 佈景設計 Set Designer /
製作設計 Production Designer / 服裝設計 Costumer Designer
Graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with bachelor degree in 2014
Enthusiastic about theatre work and pursued Master Degree in The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts majoring in theatre set and costume design
Pursued studies in Japan and awarded the certificate of The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) Level 1
Her costume design has been selected to be exhibited in World Stage Design 2017
Several set and costume design works have been nominated in Hong Kong Drama Award
The piece is choregraphic work designed for dancers toying a mirrored balloon wandering about on street. The mirror reflects both a distorted city and its distorted all walks of life. Looking your strange look in the mirror, are you stirred by a tide of anxiety? The decorative surface of face mask made up of tiny broken mirrors reflects countless weirdo-like faces, however, never can we see the true face hiding behind. It applies also on people living in the city dealing with all sorts of things - work, society, materialistic life, hierarchy, life burden, power, and greed. All these hide us from showing our true colour. Plastic here applied creates a tide of dehumanizing while the unreachable tell head represents the burden, making everyone in the play looks seemingly unsuited. When the performers finally take everything off, there comes a question we reckon: who we truly are ?
I long to see how vast the stage of the outside world is, and always remind myself not to lock myself up in mirror.