Impressive rotating frames at Opéra de Lille
4 x DMX Rotators with Power Outlet were put into use in the famous piece "Don Giovanni" at Opéra de Lille in France. Each rotator was connected to a steel tube, suspending a 2x2,5m frame. Each frame worked as a canvas, where small projectors attached to the frame, projected visuals to create the ambient scenery.
The frames were also see-through, and combined with the rotational movement, it gave a visual depth to the scenery.
The client needed to run a DMX connection and power through these tubes, and with the DMX Rotator with Power Outlet having 4 conductors in the rotation shaft, it gave them the solution they needed.
(Watch the video above of the rotating frames.)
Director: Emmanuelle Haïm
Staging: Guy Cassiers
Scenography: Tim Van Steenbergen, Clémence
Costume: Tim Van Steenbergen, Annamaria Rizza
Light Design: Fabiana Piccioli
(Photos by Simon Gosselin. Video by le collectif Des Routes) Opéra de Lille