The seemingly unexpected battle between Lorde, Kanye West and Kid Cudi took another turn as the set designer behind the idea has weighed.
If you missed it, Lorde took the story of Instagram earlier this week and accused Kanye West and Kid Cudi, like Kids See Ghosts, to steal the idea of designing it into a large, transparent moving box .
However, Es Devlin, the woman behind the Lorde's ship box Browse the world movie Melodrama – has invaded and says children do not see the ghosts.
He went to Instagram to publish another use of the plan for the performance of the English National Anthem Carmen all the way back in 2007. This seemed to contradict Lorde's claim that:
a) brought the idea itself.
b) that he was stolen from her.
"The idea of a floating glass box, of course, is not new at all, and geometry precedes all of us." The form finds another layer of resonance in each new frame, "Devlin wrote at Instagram.
"I did not design the recent Kids See Ghosts: I worked with Lorde on the design for her appearance at Coachella: I admire both of them and I do not see imitations at work here: I think the most interesting point is that both artists, responding in dis associated with this gesture of brittle floating space: the world anchored by gravity: where the rules of culture and identity as we know them may soon no longer apply. "
It should also be noted that the one who designed the Kids See Ghosts stage was Trask House. The owner of this company, John McGuire. he spoke New York Times for the controversy.
"(Lorde) was not the first person to use a moving glass box, it would not be the last one," he said. "She does not own it, her designer has not invented it".
Read the full Devl Instagram publication below.