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Little red riding hood

Sonja Crone, Jerusa Simone

Nothing seems as it is. It turns out that Little Red Riding Hood actually involved a lot of real world issues specifically those that cover aggression and violence. But in other analysis it shows women empowerment and triumph over patriarchy. Then let's take a closer look at red. Red stands for many things, all of them potent. Red is romantic love, and its physical passion. Red is violence, anger, and aggression, and it frequently indicates danger. Paradoxically-for a color associated with action and energy-red is universally used as the color that means"stop." Red is used professionally to capture attention, elicit emotion, and
convey confidence. Red is the opposite of blue. In September in Eleven Ten Studio we will talk exactly about that, deeper & another meaning to well known things Jerusa will tell you a "Story of a house on fire" in 7 acts. Despite the feeling of continuity achieved through the use of similar elements. colors and textures, there is a juxtaposition: figures rotate and transform themselves, with it new details emerge and give way to new perspectives to the story. Sonja's works on the other hand emerge from chaos. Lines and color are used
impulsively and intuitively. The energy is to be visualized, not its concrete appearance, but a subjective experience and view of it.

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