Stories, like light, reflect through prisms of people, mediums, time and space. With each telling and retelling, they transform and renew but they retain the qualities that make them wonderful stories. Each prism is different, and it continues to reflect what is channelled through it, across generations. While the black tries to represent all that we do not know - undiscovered, forgotten or untold stories, the red tries to represent what we do know - ideas of climax, conflict, resolution, characterization and exposition. Follow the edges of the red as they lead into the outlines of each pyramid, and you will see German playwright Gustav Freytag's pyramidical formula for storytelling.

Note on Design

November 2020: Storytelling

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Rohee Uberoi