House of Day, House of Night
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描述:This project is a series of illustrations for one of the chapters of the magical-realism novel House of Day, House of Night by Nobel Prize winner Olga Tokarchuk. This chapter tells how the young man Marek was trapped in a tragic fate throughout his life and turned into a spirit wandering in the town. What attracts me to the novel is that the author puts mystery and strangeness into daily life. It consists of dozens of short stories of various styles, combining legends, myths, epics and reality, with fragmented and implicitly echoing narrative rhythms. The time range of the story ranges from ancient times to the middle ages to modern times. These story takes place in the author’s hometown called New Ruda, a small town in the Sicilian region with special history behind it: the area was originally from Germany, was invaded by the Soviet Union, and was allocated to Poland after World War II, and the Poles moved in the house of the expelled German, expanding the life span of the former o

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This project is a series of illustrations for one of the chapters of the magical-realism novel House of Day, House of Night by Nobel Prize winner Olga Tokarchuk. This chapter tells how the young man Marek was trapped in a tragic fate throughout his life and turned into a spirit wandering in the town.

What attracts me to the novel is that the author puts mystery and strangeness into daily life. It consists of dozens of short stories of various styles, combining legends, myths, epics and reality, with fragmented and implicitly echoing narrative rhythms. The time range of the story ranges from ancient times to the middle ages to modern times.

These story takes place in the author’s hometown called New Ruda, a small town in the Sicilian region with special history behind it: the area was originally from Germany, was invaded by the Soviet Union, and was allocated to Poland after World War II, and the Poles moved in the house of the expelled German, expanding the life span of the former owner’s belongings. This historical and cultural dislocation and overlap are very interesting.

In order to showcase the magical tone and complexity of the text through visual language, I collected images of residents, buildings, roads, and scenery of New Ruda as the basis for the construction of the environment in the painting. I appliedmulti-point perspective, to synchronously show people, scenery, and the interior and exterior of buildings from multiple angles.

I try to mix all kinds of people and things together in an abnormal perspective relationship. Using visual images that are intermingled with each other, to show the fantasy narrative interwoven with reality and the amorphous causality, allowing the audience to explore and wander in it. What I intended to do is to make the imagery transports the viewers to a dream-like world.

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