I am a Masters student based in Perth WA currently completing an elective on Curatorship and exhibiting. I have to set up an exhibition and I was referred to your work as perfect for the show. Happy for you to submit beyond the 5th if you need to… its a bit different- you only have to post an example of some of your work at this stage, preferably with an Alice theme.
Dont hesitate to ask me questions.
Julie Fearns Pheasant
'Its Just Alice ' A page set up for invited Perth creatives involved in an event based on Wonderland in 2014. An exhibition/event with a difference; it is works in progress, works in action, its work on display. Its just Alice.
Description CREATIVE SUBMISSIONS WANTED Ist Submission by 4th May
Artists, Filmmakers, Poets, Writers, Actors and Crafts persons
This is just the start.
Be involved in this exciting new project planned to be held at the fantastic Fremantle Art Centre in 2014
Limited spaces available.
There are several stages in the project: (Persons completing first stage by the 4th May will be automatically in show) - Your first response to the theme, word WONDERLAND - …Quick sketches, poems, storyboards, ideas/film ideas, diagrams to be submitted jpg/word format, to be submitted in 3 days. (4th May). On the Facebook page. [link] As weeks go buy, a piece of writing, a word, a piece of prose will be chosen as a challenge. Your audience will watch your challenges.
HOWEVER, YOU HAVE TO BE PART OF THE FIRST SUBMISSION TO BE PART OF IT. - The event will last for 14 days. There will be artwork on walls, in progress, read, acted and filmed.
Audiences will be invited to watch the progress on Facebook, on a Blog page, during the event…and purchase art, poems, and videos of performance on the day.
An Event submission will be placed to the Board of Fremantle Art Centre at the end of May.
I wonder how the story would have turned out if alice was older and theres was that sort of temptation for her. Like in the latest movie where it's obvious that part of her want to stay in wonderland with the hatter but her obligations pull her away in the end. I actually counted all the numerals on the clock to see if there was 12 or if maybe you left one off or added another. Not sure if you will get the refrence but when I saw the hatter fading into a bonch of partially opened eyes I suddenly thought "Alucard what are you doing here?"