William Shakespeare – Experiential Language by Ellie Turner

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Experiential language is an installation that enables the viewer to experience the use, rhythm and power of Shakespeare’s language through ‘listening’ and the use of visual narrative. Two experimental moving image pieces representing Romeo and Juliet. Set in contrasting daytime and nighttime environments to create specific tensions, they transport the viewer into both the character and extract’s psyche. The curtains are a symbolic representation of a window into a 21st century Shakespearian world.

Romeo&Juliet ©ETurner 2012 from Ellie Turner on Vimeo.


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