AUNT DAN AND LEMON CORNELL BOX

In my Cornell Box, there are basically things below:

  • Paper(with photos) pieces — After reading Aunt Dan and Lemon, I think the play is like going through Lemon’s memory pieces.
  • Mirrors — During the whole play, Lemon see the world from Aunt Dan. It’s like a reflection of the world and also challenging the way we see ourselves as human beings. Mirrors is an object of reflection, through which we see our faces.
  • Speaker — The play has a lot of talking in there. Lemon speaks a lot to the audience and Aunt Dan said a lot to Lemon. Most of the talks are very one direction to me instead of a both-side conversation. It’s more like a speaker expressing ideas.

The cable go through the elements and connect them.

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