When I first heard from Georg that he wanted to make a piece for Luzern Theater with the songs of David Bowie, a very colourful image came into my mind. When I started to design for the project, I didn’t want to make only the costumes for dance, I also wanted to create the clothes people would like to wear for parties, they want to enjoy themselves in it for daily life as well. I made different shapes and cuts for each design, chose variation of the colour combinations, different materials for each piece to show the texture and characters. It’s fun to work on the individual pieces, and see the relationship between them, How I can create the atmosphere for the piece, how I can let the dancers move in it and feel fun and free, how I can bring the vibes together to build a party mood…
       
     
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 When I first heard from Georg that he wanted to make a piece for Luzern Theater with the songs of David Bowie, a very colourful image came into my mind. When I started to design for the project, I didn’t want to make only the costumes for dance, I also wanted to create the clothes people would like to wear for parties, they want to enjoy themselves in it for daily life as well. I made different shapes and cuts for each design, chose variation of the colour combinations, different materials for each piece to show the texture and characters. It’s fun to work on the individual pieces, and see the relationship between them, How I can create the atmosphere for the piece, how I can let the dancers move in it and feel fun and free, how I can bring the vibes together to build a party mood…
       
     

When I first heard from Georg that he wanted to make a piece for Luzern Theater with the songs of David Bowie, a very colourful image came into my mind. When I started to design for the project, I didn’t want to make only the costumes for dance, I also wanted to create the clothes people would like to wear for parties, they want to enjoy themselves in it for daily life as well. I made different shapes and cuts for each design, chose variation of the colour combinations, different materials for each piece to show the texture and characters. It’s fun to work on the individual pieces, and see the relationship between them, How I can create the atmosphere for the piece, how I can let the dancers move in it and feel fun and free, how I can bring the vibes together to build a party mood…

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Choreography: Georg Reischl

Costume design: Min Li

photo: Gregory Batardon

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Bowie-klein2.jpg
       
     
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Bowie-klein8.jpg
       
     
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