My bachelor's thesis was a combination of my interest for forms that combine simplicity with multidimensionality and an interest in psychology. The play is about three women who were sexually abused in their childhood. Their stories emerge from the backyard counting books. Already in the language of the character, the author contrasts the strongly incompatible worlds of children's play and sexual violence. Seemingly innocent play gradually turns into a settlement with the persecutors. "Ene due rike fake" is a counting-out. Fake is a lie that is often blotted out for years with shame by the victims, but also ignored by the silent consent of adults. My interpretation of theater art "Ene due rike fake" is a combination of children's visual language and subtext and what can be seen in gestures, between the lines.
Print   -   Illustrations
Type of project
University project   -   Bachelor thesis
InDesign   -   Illustrator   -   Photoshop