Miss Julie
86529_AUT19 : Performative Spaces

August Strinberg’s Miss Julie depicts a brief affair between a Lord’s daughter and a male servant.  It may have been written as a cautionary tale warning of the perils of sexual equality, but to a modern audience the play takes on new meanings.

The Brutalist interiors of the Readers Digest Building opens up the potential to reinterpret the themes of the original play in a series of spatially and materially evocative settings that questions the politics of workplaces and the inter-relationships between emotions, sexuality and power.

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