all these words—Samuel Beckett exhibition at MoLI
Open now at the Museum of Literature Ireland is an immersive experience of The Unnamable, by Samuel Beckett.
Voiced by theatre artist Olwen Fouéré, all these words is an immersive audio-visual experience, offering a sensory encounter with Beckett’s enigmatic text, by-passing narrative structure and intellect, to journey inside and beyond the human experience.
The novel was first published in French in 1953 and marked the end of Beckett’s one and only ‘frenzy of writing’, haunting much of his subsequent work in the theatre.
The exhibition is created by Michael Cummins, Olwen Fouéré, Kellie Hughes, José Miguel Jiménez, and David Stalling, produced by Kellie Hughes in association with MoLI and the Pavilion Theatre.