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Physical description xii, pages ; 22 cm. Yukio Ninagawa, at the Royal Shakespeare Company Just a few seconds later, or at least so it seemed, lights returned to reveal a dazzling stage filled with dozens of huge, pearly lilies, set against a jet-black scrim and dappled with blueish light.
No matter where she went, the shocks of red that issued from her arms and mouth made sure that all eyes remained fixated on her. Unspeakable violence and astonishing beauty sit side-by-side, with each extreme intensifying the other through the force of their juxtaposition. In this sense, Ninagawa more than realized his early dreams of becoming a painter, though on a bigger and more dynamic canvas than he likely ever imagined. Summer has officially been and gone, and almost as if on cue the leaves here in Stratford have started to redden and fall. While my blogging over the summer has been woefully thin, my academic writing has, happily, been much more fulsome.
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Official badge below. But what next? Well, I am certainly planning to write at least one, and hopefully two, chapters of my book on Shakespeare and digital performance over the next six months. At the start of September my family and I finally had our summer vacation, which we spent exploring Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. During that time I was lucky enough to catch two very exciting and very different digital engagements with the arts.
In person in Brussels I was delighted to be able to see the full version of the project, a digitally enhanced video projected onto three walls, which illuminated dozens of details in the painting and proved a richly beautiful aesthetic experience in its own right and my companion agreed!
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