French singer Clara Luciani took the stage of the Brussels AB with a mystical set of laser-cut textiles to treat her audience to an inspiring show.
A church-like decor made of flame-resistant fabrics
The backdrop was laser cut with stunning religious patterns inspired by the traditional stained-glass windows and combined with foggy spotlights making it look as if the concert took place in an actual church. The flame-resistant Blackout Double absorbing light on both sides of the fabric instantly brought the beautiful design to life. The lining of transparent Organza voile added even more finesse to the impressive backdrop.
One light truss was more than enough to support the five giant panels, measuring eight metres high. The combination of Blackout Double fabric and the highly detailed cut-outs created a lively shadow play that spoke for itself.
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