Digital Scenography: for Identity Crisis by Phina Oruche

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    Identity Crisis was a play written and performed by Phina Oruche, and directed by Bill Hopkinson, and based on her autobiography as an international model. The digital scenography was created by animating some of the many modelling images of Oruche for projection behind her in dialogue with her performance. The aim was to support the monologue without upstaging the performer, and to advance the narrative with examples of the many identities Oruche has taken on in the course of her modelling and acting career. Identity Crisis toured with performances in NW England, the Edinburgh Fringe, London, and New York.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherIbo Productions
    Publication statusPublished - 2016


    • digital scenography
    • animation
    • photography
    • performance


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