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
  • 2014年畢業於香港演藝學院舞台及服裝設計系(榮譽)學士學位

  • 熱愛舞台設計工作,遂於2017年香港演藝學院修畢舞台及製作藝術碩士,主修舞台佈景及服裝設計

  • 曾於日本留學,精通日語,並獲得日本語能力試驗一級資格

  • 憑藉其服裝設計入圍第四屆世界舞台設計展覽(WSD2017)新晉組,

  • 多個佈景設計及服裝設計作品被提名及入圍香港舞台劇獎

  • 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

設計概念

 

舞者推著鏡面的氣球在街上跳舞。鏡,反映出扭曲的城市,也反映出扭曲的人。看見自己奇怪的樣子,你覺得奇怪嗎?細碎鏡面組成的面具,反射出無數的面孔,人最真實的面容卻被遮蓋。生活在城市中的人,對面著工作、生活、社會、物質、制度、負擔、權貴、貪婪⋯人非人般生活著。塑膠營造出非人化的感覺,高大的膊頭,代表著負擔,讓每個人看上去都衣不稱身。最後把一切都脫下,看看鏡子,再問一下,你是誰?

Design Concept


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 ?

參展感想

我渴望看看舞台世界有多大,提醒着我別把自己封鎖在鏡內。

 

Reflection

I long to see how vast the stage of the outside world is, and always remind myself not to lock myself up in mirror.