勞正然 Ryan Lo   
舞台美學 Scenographer / 佈景設計 Set Designer /
製作設計 Production Designer / 服裝設計 Costumer Designer
  • 2017 年畢業於香港港演藝學院,主修佈景及服裝設計

  • 畢業後於不同範疇發展,除劇場製作外亦曾參與展覽設計、主題公園項目設計及戶外節日裝飾設計

  • 以助理佈景設計師身份參與香港藝術節2019之《百花亭贈劍》的劇場製作​

  • 以佈景及服裝設計師身份參與劇場製作香港演藝學院《火臉》(2018)

  • 以佈景設計師身份參與劇場製作《愛.實驗》(2016)

  • 以佈景設計師及製作人身份參與本地實驗劇場堅果製作之《斯德歌爾摩》(2015)

  • Graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2017 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honors) Degree in Theatre and Entertainment Arts majoring in Set & Costume Design

  • Followed a career path of set designer producing work of various genres and experienced in exhibition design, design package for theme park installations, and outdoor festival design

  • Recent work includes “Pavilion of a Hundred Flowers”, a Cantonese Traditional Theatre works by the Hong Kong Arts Festival in 2019 as assistant set designer

  • Worked as set and costume designer for “Fireface” by The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2018

  • Worked as set designer for “La Dispute” in 2016

  • Worked as set designer and producer for “ Stockholm Chains” by local experimental theatre troupe Dearnuts Production in 2015

設計概念

是次展出的是一個三層高的1:15唐樓模型,其中一樓部分重現二零一八年六至七月於一棟唐樓進行的小型製作《Vismopheric Experiment: In Search of Utopia》。Vismopheric Experiment 的發起人是一班畢業於香港演藝學院的年輕劇場工作者。在畢業後的短暫工作經歷中,注意到香港劇場與各自理想之間的落差,因此希望藉此計劃探索劇場製作的新方向與模式。因此《In Search of Utopia》除了是製作名稱,也是計劃的原意。


《In Search of Utopia》改編自小說《1984》,觀眾自進場起,就進入被多部閉路電視攝錄的空間,一舉一動都即時直播於演區中央的電視機畫面上。在演出途中,透過隱藏的鏡頭,演員的演出亦會被放大、複製,播放於各電視機畫面。

Design Concept

Showcased is a 1:15 model of a three-storey “Tong Lau”, a kind of tenement building in Hong Kong, in which the self-funded black-box production “Vismopheric Experiment: In Search of Utopia” took place in June 2018. The performance was devised by a group of theatre enthusiasts graduating from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts majoring set and design related subjects. Soon after graduation, they realised the conformity of traditional practices in the theatre industry. And in response to the constraint, the team initiated the project in search of a new way to create a theatrical piece. “In Search of Utopia” was not only the title of the play, but also implies the initial intention of their project.


“In Search of Utopia” was adapted from the novel “1984” by Geroge Orwell. From the very moment stepping into the theatrical space, the audience was kept under surveillance by a system of CCTVs. Every single action of the audience was live-streamed on a “television totem pole” in the centre of the theatre, visible to everyone in the space. The performers’ actions on stage were also magnified and duplicated on the televisions to wrap up the performance.