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Ana is a monologue about Anne Boleyn after her decapitation. A table is the only object of the scenario, where Ana's soul unfolds significant epi… Read More
Ana is a monologue about Anne Boleyn after her decapitation. A table is the only object of the scenario, where Ana's soul unfolds significant episodes of her life, moving from a lucid to a psychotic state and thus unveiling her inner conflicts. To represent the general argument of the play, I used a regular typeface, Arial, distorted in many ways, and created an illustration that express the relationship of the two Anas. Read Less
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Ana is a monologue about Anne Boleyn after her decapitation. A table is the only object of the scenario, where Ana's soul unfolds significant episodes of her life, moving from a lucid to a psychotic state and thus unveiling her inner conflicts.

To represent the general argument of the play, I used a regular typeface, Arial, distorted in many ways, and created an illustration that express the relationship of the two Anas.