Decreation is an artificial opera about deformation, affection and rage, created by William Forsythe.
Performed in Frankfurt, New York, Paris, London, Zurich, Amsterdam, Berlin e.a.
After being exposed to the fashion industry, I was longing to re-unite with the world of performing arts. I met Bill in a transitional phase of my life: first pregnancy, moving continents, without a studio. None of that mattered to him, cause he at the time expressed the wish to go underground. I was inspired by his generosity and seeming chaos the work arises from. De-creation and nothingness became my working concept for this oeuvre. Luckily, the costumes still hold up after all these years of performances.
|Stage Design||William Forsythe|
|Lighting Design||Jan Walter|
|Video Design||Philip Bußmann|
|Sound Design||Bernhard Klein|