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.


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.

Celeste Bergin said... 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

Cláudia said...

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

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Totalfeckineejit said...

I'm liking the doll and the reflections.