李衛民 Priman Lee   
舞台美學 Scenographer / 佈景設計 Set Designer /
製作設計 Production Designer / 服裝設計 Costumer Designer
  • 紐約大學舞台及電影製作設計系碩士,主修燈光及佈景設計

  • 英國燈光設計師協會專業會員

  • 活躍於劇場及不同創意界別,為自由身燈光及佈景設計師、技術製作顧問、美術顧問、攝影師

  • 曾代表香港參與 2007 年布拉格國際舞台設計展及入圍 2013 年世界舞台展全球100名參展作品

  • 2016 年香港國際舞台燈光論壇、2017 年台北世界舞台展籌組委

  • Graduated with a Master degree from the Department of Design for Theatre and Film, Tisch School of Arts, New York University, majoring in Scenic Design and Lighting Design

  • Professional Member of Association of Lighting Designer (ALD), UK

  • Active in theatre and multiple creative areas; currently a freelance lighting and set designer, technical consultant, art consultant, photographer

  • Represented Hong Kong in Prague Quadrennial 2007, and was one of the 100 finalists in World Stage Design 2013

  • Organizing Committee of International Lighting Symposium 2016 (Hong Kong) and World Stage Design 2017 (Taipei)

作品信息

作品名稱:《耋》

製作:新域劇園(香港)

燈光及舞台美學設計:李衛民

編導:蔡鍚昌

演出日期及地點:Jan 2017, 香港髙山劇場新翼 

Production Information

Production name: "Simply Charles"

Company: Prospect Theatre (Hong Kong)

Lighting and Scenographer: Priman Lee

Playwright and Director: Hardy Choi

Performance Date and Location: Jan 2017, Ko Shan Theatre New Wing, Hong Kong

設計概念

《耋》,意謂高壽之年,是一個有關腦退化症的戲劇,故事啓發自著名諾貝爾得奬科學家、光纖之父高錕及其失智的晚年。演出以抽象佈景象徴腦際思想與回憶穿梭於劇場片段之間,缺失的記憶以光與影的色彩變幻和映像投射貫連於以療養院為基調的病榻之上。

Design Concept

"Simply Charles" is a drama about Alzheimer’s disease, inspired by the Nobel Prize winning physicist, the inventor of optic fibre, Charles K. Kao.

In this theatre production, a symbolic scenic structure mimics cerebral deterioration. With lighting and projection intertwined between acts, the set includes a piano for live music and movement of the play. An abstract nursing home with scattered furniture, which gives effects of light and shadow, serves as the major setting on stage.  

 

The background is coloured and patterned lighting on the hemispherical structure alongside its dramatic development as visual key. Fractured memories and theatrical moments are expressed by alternating light and darkness within this structure.