The Woman Upstairs Symbols & Objects

Claire Messud
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Wonderland

This is an art installation that recreates a setting out of a children’s book.

Snowball

This is an object packed with rocks that resulted in a trip to an emergency room for one character.

Emily Dickinson’s room

This is the diorama Nora is working on in the studio while Sirena is working on her installation.

Edie Sedgwick’s room

This is a diorama Nora plans to make of the room of an artist who worked with Andy Warhol.

Black Monk

This is a figure in a short story by Anton Chekhov. It symbolizes both artistic inspiration and artistic insecurity.

Videos at Galerie Werther

These art objects gave Nora Eldridge proof of the fact that she had been exploited by her friend Sirena.

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