Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Alice in the Window

Here is the Alice doll installed in the window of Arjan...I have uploaded a sequence of photos on TinyTheatre of the installation process/collaboration. It's really been fun to have someone to work with, since I usually work by myself.

11 comments:

The Scrybe said...

Wonderful, and it must have been so much fun to set up.

femminismo said...

It looks as if she's eaten something that,s made her taaallllll! And I love the reflection on the glass. It looks like part of her costume.

Candace said...

Having followed your own Wonderland tour, I am so thrilled to see this photo. It's been so much fun.
Good for you! And I loved the scale photo you showed not that long ago.
Candace

Celeste Bergin said...

now......is that a castle on her waistline? Is it the building across the street? Photoshop? I love her expression and the cups in the air!

Steve said...

I must say I am really enjoying this series.

Cláudia said...

The window reflects the outside world. The inside world is enriched by the outside world and vice-versa, but none of them are to be trusted as the "reality". Not even the fusion of both makes for a "true reality".

I am being obscure, and your last posts are so clear! I am sorry to have been trying to translate what I see into words (those traitors, the words!)

Jasmine said...

I love all your tiny cups and saucers hanging aove her :)

ArtSparker said...

Scrybe- It was fun to set up, I always enjoy visiting Mina too.

Fem- Yes, it's meant to be Alice in her growth stage

Candace- thank you

Celeste- It is a reflection of the campanile of the church across the street, which also appeared in the July 10, 2009 Vertigo post.

Steve- glad you are enjoying it.

Cláudia - see under Wallace Stevens' "On the Road Home", here's a link http://people.tribe.net/tealuv/blog/d13e6c07-12e1-4199-bfc6-eccca9d00154

Cláudia said...

Susan,
Thank you for the link. I am still "chewing" it. Very good piece of poetry!

Fresca said...

HOORAY!!!

Totalfeckineejit said...

I'm liking the doll and the reflections.