TUCHLERs CARNEVAL transparent mirror film with its original width of 150 centimetres has been cut into 4 centimetre-wide strips to obtain a "strip curtain". Subsequently, the stripes were sewn on the top on a webbing into which eyelets were beaten, allowing the curtain to be hung. The silver stripes were taken twice and sewn offset. The individual finished curtains have dimensions of 14.50m x 9.50m, 15.90m x 6.87m, 9.40m x 0.80cm and 5.00m x 6.00m. Finally, the curtains were hung and the stripes were adjusted to the correct length on site. The piece, along with the individual equipment, continued to France. The ballet comedy Platée depicts the myth of the Greek writer Pausanias in his description of Greece and was brought to the stage by the Theater an der Wien.