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Mise En Scene – Part 2

The feedback given to me about part one was; what was it I wanted to audience to understand and experience. To continue onto part two I think I have to answer/ reflect on this first.

I left part one with my experience of theft, was a result of something I did and my actions lead to somethings being taken from me and reflecting on the feeling of hindsight. It showed me trying to control hindsight in some way and an overall theme of loss.

Going back over it all it has lead me back to my fascination with ephemerality, light and the physicality’s of it.

My understand of the light is that if I open my curtains, I am inviting the light in, yet even when I don’t it still intrudes my space. I relate this to opening my window and having someone come into my space uninvitedly.

Going forward I want the audience/viewer to experience the physicality of light, to draw attention to the space it fills and to appreciate moments that are often overlooked by giving form to a formless feeling and element.

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Nicole Webberley

Intermedia Art student

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