Eis uma passagem para uma viagem de des-desaniversário de 150 anos da obra “Alice no País das Maravilhas” com a Sociedade Lewis Carroll do Brasil. Parte integrante do evento “Jardim das Descoisas”. Casa das Caldeiras, São Paulo, 01/02/2015 Horários: 16:20 e 18:00. Duração: 20 min. 30 lugares.
Concepção: Adriana Peliano / ARTISTAS: Adriana Peliano (Sonho), Paulo Beto (Trilha sonhora), Lucca Del Carlo (Instalação multímidia), Chico Jolvisen (Motion graphic design). LOLITAS: Clara Campos, Camila Fiorentini, Ingrid Rabello, Jesse Reeves.
e na corrente sempre derivando…
na luz de ouro luzente entretecida… céu azul…
bote esguio deslizando -
que mais, senão um sonho, és tu ó Vida? (1)
Elas deslizam ao longe, no entressonho,
Lentamente, sobre um céu risonho… Longe.
A vida o que é, senão sonho? (2)
E ao serem jogadas na estranha corrida
É a mensagem dourada afinal percebida:
Que a vida é um sonho e que o sonho é a vida! (3)
"Alice! Eis aqui a tua história,
contada assim, em verso e prosa,
a imaginação fiel da infância, colhida, um broto de rosa,
aroma místico da memória,
numa terra misteriosa". (4)
Ever drifting down the stream -
Lingering in the golden gleam -
Life, what is but a dream?
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ALL ABOUT ALICE: Lewis Carroll’s little heroine — and her personal style — will be placed under the fashion spotlight at the Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood in London starting in May. The exhibition, "The Alice Look," marks the book’s 150th anniversary, with a focus on Alice's character and wardrobe." "Not only illustrators, but the world's best-known designers, stylists and photographers have restyled Lewis Carroll's Alice," curator Kiera Vaclavik told WWD. "Versace named Alice as one of his heroines. Westwood returns endlessly to her in her work. We are excited to be showing Alice as a style icon for the first time."
“The Alice Look” will run from May 2 to Nov. 1. / 2015.
Curiouser and Curiouser! Ex Guinea pig animals are rescued from labs and became characters of "Alice in Wonderland" in magical and critical pictures. It challenges the way we deal with animals in art, politics and science, reality, imagination and beyond. "Rabbits,
mice, rats and guinea pigs rescued from labs or cases of mistreatment by
Italian charity La Collina dei Conigli ONLUS have become magical models for a
photo-shoot inspired by the famous novel “Alice in Wonderland".
was the special idea of volunteer Attilia Conti to celebrate the first 10 years
of the charity’s operation. Why Alice? Because both the novel and this charity
“started with a White Rabbit.”
these pictures at the rescue center in Monza, near Milan, during the first
weekend of September with help from volunteers Attilia, Eleonora and Fulvio.
I’m not a professional photographer, but photography is my greatest passion and
I’m always available to volunteer for animal shelters with my camera!
were the most cooperative models, while guinea pigs were the laziest (they
stayed still only with food present). Rats were the most attractive, and
rabbits… were the most disapproving. Some of the pictures were used in the
charity’s 2015 calendar, which helps raise funds for hundreds and hundreds of
ALL PICTURES BY RACHELE TOTARO
Rossi was rescued by the Italian charity together with dozens of other mice
after their lab finished testing. If La Collina dei Conigli had not saved them,
they would have been put to sleep."
"Pet rabbit Nilo was found abandoned, with rear
legs paralyzed. Luckily, appropriate care and rehabilitation allowed him to
stand and jump again."
"Born in the 80s, vegan,
animal lover, wannabe photographer and more optimist than I could ever admit. I
love poppies too!"
“Always in search of curious objects, broken toys, bits of things and traces of stories, Adriana Peliano stitches together monsters, desires and fairy tales. Her collages and assemblages are magical and multiple inventories, where logic is reinvented with new meanings and narratives, creating language games and dream labyrinths. Everything is transformed to tell new stories that dislocate our way of seeing, inviting the marvellous to visit our world.”
“Sempre em busca de objetos curiosos, restos de brinquedos, cacos de coisas e rastros de estórias, Adriana Peliano costura monstros, desejos e contos de fadas. Suas colagens e assemblagens são inventários mágicos e múltiplos, onde a lógica do cotidiano é reinventada em novos sentidos e narrativas, criando jogos de linguagem e labirintos de sonhos. Tudo se transforma para contar novas estórias, abrindo portas para o maravilhoso.”