By Sarah Ruhl
Sarah Ruhl is a mom of 3 and one in every of America's best-known playwrights. She has written a stunningly unique publication of essays whose matters diversity from the main minimum and private topics to the main encompassing issues of artwork and tradition. The titles themselves converse to the volume's forte: "On lice," "On dozing within the theater," "On motherhood and stools (the furnishings kind)," "Greek mask and Bell's palsy."
100 Essays I Don't Have Time to Write is a booklet during which chimpanzees, Chekhov, and baby care are both at domestic. a colourful, provocative exam of the probabilities of the theater, it's also a map to a truly specific creative sensibility, and an unforeseen consultant for a person who has selected an artist's lifestyles.
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It’s not easy work, but it easily beats a lot of jobs out there. There’s a sense of freedom that you feel when you look at that image, and I think that the long exposure adds to that. There was a risk in shooting the image this way, especially by making the choice not to use flash. The reality was that most of the shots I made that night were out of focus or soft due to motion blur. But I wouldn’t have gotten the image that you see now, if I hadn’t risked failure. To me, this image represents a pure moment of Americana.
A story in a single image 25 Despite those challenges, the photograph conveys the story of how Sharapova at this particular moment is at the center of the world, especially at the center of the tennis world, and that Henin is completely irrelevant and out of focus. The front page goes to the winner. The one who loses either never makes the paper or gets buried in history. sto ry o f a m o m e n t This image of a gymnast on the vault is another way to tell the story of sports—in this case, during the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
To achieve this image of Maria Sharapova, I positioned myself at the top level of the stadium where I had shot from as a teenager, and showed the view from the perspective of the spectator. I was using a 45mm tilt-shift lens, which allowed me to produce something aesthetically different. It shows Sharapova in focus and her opponent, Justine Henin, out of focus. The image tells the story of her victory from the context of the thousands of people who had witnessed the moment. This perspective gives you an appreciation for the scale of the event that you don’t necessarily get with a long telephoto lens, where the background is completely blurred out.
100 Essays I Don't Have Time to Write: On Umbrellas and Sword Fights, Parades and Dogs, Fire Alarms, Children, and Theater by Sarah Ruhl