A number of our very talented fourth years recently exhibited artworks made in response to the works of Luigi Pirandello.
Pirandello was a dramatist, novelist and Nobel Prize winner whose tragic farces were written with great spontaneity and dealt with identity and fear of materialism.
The exhibition was organised and curated in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh Italian Language department, as well as with the Society of Pirandello Studies.
Felix Miall’s image for Henry IV
works by Molly Soar, Saskia Cameron and Peony Gent
The exhibition is available to see in the Languages department of the University of Edinburgh in George Square.