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6 Jul 2010

Alice in the Looking Glass of Kenneth Rougeau

The Alice books are inventories of multiple meanings full of surprises. The portmanteau, created by Carroll is itself a machine to generate collages, displacements, unusual associations. That's the imagery of Kenneth Rougeau, which calls from fragments of different sources, mixing them in a beautiful soup. His Alice is a metamorphic creature, always anew, kaleidoscopic identity. These mixtures travels in art history, planting Alice in a wonderworld.
 
Chapter One: Looking-Glass House
 
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Chapter Two: The Garden of Live Flowers
 
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Chapter Three: Looking-Glass Insects
 
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Chapter Six: Humpty Dumpty
 
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Chapter Eight: It’s My Own Invention
 
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Chapter Nine: Queen Alice
 
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See Kenneth Rougeau Alice pictures HERE

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