Alice in process…

Instead of the question “Who is Alice?” there are now paths leading to what Alice might come to be…

17 Jan 2018

Alice in the 16th century

French photographer portrays superheroes; villains as if they were 16th century painting.
Hulk, Joker and Alice. Photo: Sacha Goldberger

12 Jan 2018

Alice in Eye of the Storm by Jenny Watson

  Jenny Watson,  Alice in a god day, 1987.

‘I think as a woman you draw on your background as a girl growing up, as well as these sort of fairy tale-type characters, or characters in stories and in fiction that affect you, they’re part of your psyche.’ – Jenny Watson 

 Jenny Watson, Eye of the Storm, 1984, 
oil, synthetic polymer paint and coins on canvas. 

"In Jenny Watson: The Fabric of Fantasy, Jenny has animated her autobiographical works with an array of female characters – from Alice in Wonderland and Cinderella to Charlie’s Angels and Ophelia. For Jenny, self-portraiture is more than just a picture of oneself. Instead, a selection of objects, animals and fictional characters stand in for the artist. Jenny has spent her career creating an autobiography of her life, with each work zooming in and out of different moments in time, peering briefly into her many worlds." 

"In Eye of the Storm we see the Alice that everyone knows from their childhood: the young girl wearing the classic blue A-line dress with a white apron. This Alice, however, has the Jenny figure donning the ensemble, with her infamous long red hair whipping around in the tornado. The tornado is reminiscent of Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (who also happens to rock a blue A-line dress). Jenny ties these iconic characters of lost girls in wondrous and unsettling worlds into her own narrative arc – whimsically blending fiction with reality."

 Jenny Watson,  Alice in Tokyo, 1984.
"The many guises of Jenny Watson" 
exhibition at MCA, Austrália. 

28 Nov 2017

Imagine worlds where everything is possible

"Fall down the rabbit hole into Wonderland, a world premiere exhibition celebrating the timeless stories of Lewis Carroll and Alice’s adventures on screen. From first gracing the page in 1865, Alice has delighted audiences and inspired artists across generations. In more than 40 cinematic odysseys, she has epitomised the best in animation, been an arthouse icon and a blockbuster success. Alongside her journey through pop culture, Wonderland explores how filmmaking, special effects and technology have reimagined one of the world’s most beloved characters. In this must-see event, take a trip through the looking glass into an immersive, enchanted world that draws together a remarkable selection of original behind-the-scenes material. The more curious you are, the more you’ll discover."

22 Nov 2017

Curisosismo: Alice, tranformação e a identidade de gênero.

Quem sou eu no mundo? - Ah, esse é o grande enigma! Alice disse. 

Matéria no Fantástico sobre crianças transgênero, se apropria das aventuras de Alice como um espelho para a discussão de questões de identidade de gênero e transformação corporal. A borboleta é um símbolo para esse movimento. 

São pequenos fragmentos de animação ao longo do programa. 

Momentos das animações: 11 min. / 13 min. / 18 min. / 20 min. / 23 min. / 32 min.