Author: Nadia Ross

ISOLATING ELEMENTS OR MODULES IN A STORY (ACT ONE: EARLY YEARS UP TO 1999)

Very early on I began to break up the components of the ‘play’ or story into their individual elements, and then I’d magnify them. I would focus an entire project just on one part, one module. By making moments modular, then I could put modules in different configurations in order to create different things. For… Read more »


KNOW WHERE YOU ARE FROM – MY ANCESTORS (ACT ONE: EARLY YEARS UP TO 1999)

Know where you are from. That is Direction #2. Because where you are from shapes the lens you see the world through. This is the direction that I had the most trouble figuring out. I was given this direction while apprenticing with Mr. Karge in Vienna, Austria in 1989. He was originally from East Germany.… Read more »