I Beg You To Hear Me! is a multi-media compendium based on the lives and works of Russian writers active during the 1920s and 1930s. Kiril Bozhinov and Francesca Ricci have combined reproductions of pocket-sized portraits, comic strip panels and voice recordings, with the aim of ‘translating’ into a visual, spoken and written tableaux, the unique voices of the individual writers.
The variety of written compositions from the deeply lyrical symbolist poetry of Alexander Blok to the short, satirical stories of Mikhail Zoshchenko is rendered through intense and contrasting colour schemes and collages of words, meanings and onomatopoetic sounds.
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