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Chapter 9 The Art of Design

Necessarily come from an identifiable or onstage

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Unformatted text preview: ight Lighting Design Lighting Design A relatively new addition to the production team Two primary functions – Two Illumination Dramatic effect Two categories: Motivated light – an identifiable source such as a Motivated candle, a table lamp, or the sun candle, Nonmotivated light – reinforces the mood of a scene Nonmotivated but does not necessarily come from an identifiable or onstage source onstage Filling the Empty Space: Filling the Empty Space: Designing the Lights The first indoor form of lighting was the use of candles during the Renaissance See Sebastiano Serlio’s Architettura The second major shift occurred in the 1840s with gas­lit theatres Sources of the term “limelight” The third major shift occurred in the 1890s with the addition of electricity Adolph Appia (1862­1928) – the first modern lighting designer Filling the Empty Space: Filling the Empty Space: Designing with Lights: Terminology Lighting plot Hang and focus Gels Gobos Lighting plot Lighting plot See Page 225 of your text for a better example. Filling the Empty Space: Filling the Empty Space: Designing with Sound Sound Designers are concerned with •Music •Sound effects •Environmental sound •Amplification •Sound source •Sound reinforcement Costume & Makeup Design Costume & Makeup Design Still has to ask the same a...
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