Creative party in Sun in Bun studio.
The door is open
Hamlet and 887
Robert Lepage in his plays sometimes masterly reduces the stage space to the size of the room and focuses the viewers attention in the center of the stage. Partly this is due to the fact that these plays are for only one actor («Hamlet» and «887»). Also, the very idea of the play defines using limited space and its relation to the human scale. In «Hamlet» the actor is almost always inside the cube, which gives rise to the image of the heros inner experiences, a continuous dialogue with himself. In «887» the actor is mostly outside, which is a direct reference to the world of childhood — the image of a toy house and a game of soldiers.
By Frederic Amat.
One of my students was asked to draw a portrait of the teacher :)
Excellent Zaha Hadid in a beautiful Palazzo Franchetti.
This year some of my students presented their works in a performance manner.
Birth of the book
The presentation of books created by Michail Sorkin students was wonderful! They are kind and frank, they bring light into our eyes and souls.
Grolsch new pack
Grolsch have represented the new pack dedicated to the lagers 400 year anniversary. Design of the package is based on the artworks, which were created by artists from all over the world in September of 2014 in Amsterdam. By the way, you can see a piece of my work on it as well.
After coming back from Amsterdam trip I was invited to teach at the introductive course of composition. This is a new experience and great challenge for me. Also its a motivation for my own growth. I feel very special when I see how my students solve the task, when I see they are successful!
This month I was invited in Amsterdam at the Grolsch creative campaign. More than 200 artists from all over the world were gathered at NDSM just for 3 days. Every artist had to create on canvas his own interpretation of the iconic Grolsch bottle, highlighting the lagers 400 year anniversary. Everything was just perfect there: inspiring atmosphere, flawless organization, incredible people. The result: more than 400 canvases!