‘Iron’ by Rona Munro is a beautifully written piece. The play is about a woman named Josie, whose mother, Fay, is serving a life term in prison for murder. Josie has never seen the inside of a prison, nor has she seen her own mother in fifteen years.

The idea was to portray life through a prison cell window, and the spray painted pigeons are meant to give a grungy vibe. Depending on the viewer’s perspective, the pigeons are either flying away or towards them. The tattered typeface in red, along with the red square helps encapsulate the ‘locked-in’ feeling, while still giving off a bold and powerful quality, arresting the viewer’s attention.


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