I Do It So It Feels Like Hell

the life & work of Sylvia Plath

devised by Anna H. Gelman, Zoë DePreta & Ariana Silvan Grau

I Do It So It Feels Like Hell is an exploration of writing, mental illness, womanhood, and the disconnect between artist and art, demonstrated through the life and works of poet and novelist Sylvia Plath. Through Plath’s undeniably personal work, the piece questions how artists are remembered. Premiered at Oberlin College in 2016.

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