El sueño de Ofelia

by Estel Vilaseca,

Ophelia in the lake, the Sheakespearean heroine interpreted by the painter John Everett Millais, is a powerful image. On the occasion of Tate Britain’sPre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde” exhibition, Miharayasuhiro and Paolo Roversi have created their own version in a short film, which is exhibited in the show. The unpredictablity of life itself is an idea close to MIHARAYASUHIRO’s heart — in 2011, the natural disasters that beset Japan were, for the designer and many others, a reminder of human vulnerability and the power of nature. Yet, and as tragic as its inspirations is, “Ophelia Has a Dream” is an optimistic piece and was created to serve as a “requiem for those lost in the disaster, and as a symbol of renewal and hope.”

Vía Hypebeast.

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Estel Vilaseca Barcelona Editor
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