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THE LADY FROM THE SEA – By Thomas Zanon Larcher And Jules Wright

Film Installation

»THE LADY FROM THE SEA«

Thomas Zanon-Larcher & Jules Wright

Opening: Friday, October 28, 2016, 19h
Exhibition: October 29 – November 27, 2016
Finissage: Sunday, November 27, 2016, 15h
Opening hours: Thu-Sat 14:30-18:30h
Admission free

Description

Please join us for an immersive film installation shot north of the Arctic Circle and inspired by Henrik Ibsen’s THE LADY FROM THE SEA.

Ellida is played by Lianna Fowler, Doctor Wangel by Angus Wright and The Stranger by Patrick O’Brien. The work is photographed by Thomas Zanon-Larcher and directed by Jules Wright. The music is by Billy Cowie.

Shot in Svalbard in Barentsburg, Pyramiden, Isfjord Radio, Ny-Ålesund and Longyearbyen in the heart of an incomprehensible wilderness of inexpressible beauty, this modern re-telling of ‘The Lady from the Sea’ captures a Bergman-like intensity. As the whip of the wind and the taste of the salt assailed us, it was hard not to acknowledge that the terrifying grandeur of the landscape masked a place in which men die. It is a shifting world and a last frontier. The environment shaped the performances, which were played out in the emptiness of the vast world these essentially lonely people choose to inhabit.

The work was first shown at The Wapping Project in London, 20 November to 22 December 2013. It was made possible by The Wapping Project and the generous support of the Norwegian Embassy.

A book of the work is published by Black Dog and available at the exhibition.

Event Details

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