A production in three pictures with life-size paper figures by the Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave
Wire figurines wearing colorfully painted paper costumes with mock French lace and fabrics such as velvet and silk create the illusion that life is briefly returning to the castle. Some of Frederick William I's adult children return as life-size paper figurines, reliving stories and incidents from the 18th century that took place at Königs Wusterhausen Palace. Historical facts are taken up, but the meeting of the protagonists is fictitious. The castle of Königs Wusterhausen becomes an ideal stage set.
Isabelle de Borchgrave originally created the magnificent paper figurines for the play "The Fashion Ape," which was realized and shown as a scenic promenade in 2012 as part of the "Friederisiko" exhibition at the Neues Palais in Potsdam. In Königs Wusterhausen Palace, a new story is being told with a selection of the figurines.
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