Csongor és Tünde: the play; Producing a projection horizon
The entire stage area of MÜPA needed to be covered so that it may be utilised in a multifunctional way during the Csongor és Tünde play.
The material needed to both be translucent and serve as a projection surface. The only material fit for this purpose was tulle however, this was exceedingly complicated with such a large size stage since tulle as a material cannot be adjoined.
Producing a projection horizon: Our choice of material was the 12 metres wide Gerriets gobelin tulle which received a surface treatment to provide for a more spectacular, more enjoyable screening.
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