Conversation with Set Designer, Gerald Leow

Gerald Leow returns again for the second consecutive year to design the set for another Community Tour. Gerald creates sculptures for theatre sets. As an artist he works with visual culture and uses it to shed light on the nature of authenticity, culture & identity. He is also currently designing props for the National Day Parade 2016.

The set represents the many levels of consciousness and the complexity of the human mind.

Gerald Leow, Set Designer, Between Consciousness

Gerald (edited)


 

1) Tell us more about yourself.

Visual artist, I make sculptures for theatre, part of contemporary art collective DXXXXD

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2) How is the set in line with the theme and plot of Between Consciousness?

The set is abstract with materials that have different levels of transparency. From clear acrylic to lycra to painted surfaces, they represent the many levels of consciousness and the complexity of the human mind.

3) Where did you draw inspiration from to design the set?

I took from Shiro Kuramata the use of plastic and the idea of a constructed reality.

 

4) What is it like working with Pei Qin and Isaac?

Young, energetic and open to ideas!


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