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BLOOD WEDDING

Masterclass - John Arnone, Unrealized Design

University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), Spring 2013

 

Research Images
Research Images

I was very inspired by the specific colors used symbolically in Lorca's poetry, as well as the art of Lorca's contemporaries, Picasso and Dali. These images led me to further explore this symbolism and emotion in Rothko's colorscapes.

Research Images
Research Images

I was very inspired by the specific colors used symbolically in Lorca's poetry, as well as the art of Lorca's contemporaries, Picasso and Dali. These images led me to further explore this symbolism and emotion in Rothko's colorscapes.

Research Images
Research Images

I was very inspired by the specific colors used symbolically in Lorca's poetry, as well as the art of Lorca's contemporaries, Picasso and Dali. These images led me to further explore this symbolism and emotion in Rothko's colorscapes.

Visualization Study
Visualization Study

Using found materials along with my research images, I created a three-dimensional sculpture that helped me develop a crude direction that informed my final set design.

Preliminary Ideation
Preliminary Ideation
Scene One: A Room Painted Yellow
Scene One: A Room Painted Yellow

1/4"=1'-0".

Scene Two: A Room Painted Rose
Scene Two: A Room Painted Rose

1/4"=1'-0".

Scene Three: A Room Painted White
Scene Three: A Room Painted White

1/4"=1'-0".

Scene Four: The Forest
Scene Four: The Forest

1/4"=1'-0".

Scene Four: The Forest (Eclipse)
Scene Four: The Forest (Eclipse)

1/4"=1'-0".