Juliette

  • Theater am Goetheplatz, Bremen, 2014

The memory of a young woman pushes Michel back to a small seaside town after three years. There he meets a society that has lost his memory, and as time passes he moves deeper and deeper into a surreal world made of his own hazy and unreliable memories. Bohuslav Martinů’s 30’s opera of dreams and ideals is brought to life by Theater Bremen and John Fulljames.

The dream-like state of the town was realised by bleached polaroid images and hazy photographic montages, mapped onto the set in MXWendler. The images were a mix of falsified ‘memories’ of the central characters, shot on green screen and placed inside old holiday photos, and computer-generated content, roughened to look like old Polaroids.

  • Artwork
  • Bella Riza
  • Video Programmer
  • Nicky Fischer
  • Director
  • John Fulljames
  • Production Designer
  • Johanna Pfau