Assignment 4/6, due October 3rd:
Diorama of a Travesty
Here are the art objects we've received for this assignment. Thanks everyone!
He stands in the wings, waiting for his cue. He is about to recite the most famous lines an actor can utter. Staring through a peephole, he surveys his audience; they are well dressed, overstuffed from dinner, preoccupied with mundanity, in need of diversion. He will touch their souls. "To be, or not to be ..." he intones to himself. And then he steps from the wings, stage right, holding Yorick's skull outstretched in his right hand. "To be, or not to be ..." he says grandly then pauses. A pie is thrown from stage left that hits him squarely in the face, and, once again, the audience bursts into wild laughter and applause.
Would you please make a diorama of a theatrical travesty. Something meant to be especially poignant and meaningful that is aped, or caricatured, or turned on its ear. It can be a miniature, certainly no larger than a shoe box.
Create the Diorama of a Travesty. Ship it via UPS, FedEx, DHL, or another courier to:
Ghosts of a ChanceThe Diorama is due at the museum by Friday, October 3rd. Click here for full rules.
c/o Georgina Bath
Smithsonian American Art Museum
750 Ninth Street NW
Washington DC 20001
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