Stages Of Sleep No More, Part 2: The Lighting

Stages Of Sleep No More, Part 2: The Lighting

When Doyle and Barrett first encounter a space, “We absorb the atmosphere [and see] what the building offers up to the show organically,” says Doyle. The Massachusetts school presented challenges to Punchdrunk’s traditional way of working because the designers couldn’t paint very much black, which is crucial to the lighting palette and the creation of a controllable atmosphere. Instead, the school “felt very clean and glossy.”

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