Alice in process…

Instead of the question “Who is Alice?” there are now paths leading to what Alice might come to be…

19 Mar 2017

"White Rabbit" by Grace Slick and Jefferson Airplane





"Slick Acappella “White Rabbit” Graces Us".

found at LCSNA blog




Jefferson Airplane, White Rabbit. Live from Woodstock 1969.



 Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit and Somebody To Love, American Bandstand, 1967


Amanda Palmer covers “White Rabbit”

"For my part in the show, I decided to tell the story of how Alice in Wonderland was born — because the 2016 TED theme was “Dream” and this is the greatest dream-allegory of all time; because the Carroll classic is one of the most beloved and most philosophical children’s books ever written, with perennial themes of agency, integrity, and critical thinking; because I consider it one of the foundational feminist texts in literary history.

And since Alice in Wonderland originated the expression “down the rabbit hole,” which has become a central metaphor for our Information Age, I asked Amanda to bring her magic to Jefferson Airplane’s wonderful 1967 song “White Rabbit” — which she did, magnificently, with aurally psychedelic help from Vancouver’s Balkan brass orchestra, Orkestar Šlivovica, and musician Jherek Bischoff, who collaborated with Amanda on her sublime Bowie tribute. Please enjoy"


By Maria Popova 
in Brainpickings


Amanda Palmer covers "White Rabbit" from Maria Popova on Vimeo.

17 Mar 2017

O que os personagens lêem?




"Quais os livros preferidos dos personagens clássicos da literatura? A partir desta pergunta, a agência de propaganda Ogilvy & Mather criou uma campanha para a rede de livrarias mexicana Gandhi. Nos anúncios, Alice, de Lewis Carroll, está lendo LSD, de Timothy Leary. A barata de A metamorfose, de Franz Kafka, está lendo Cem anos de solidão, de Gabriel Garcia Marquez. E a célebre Chapeuzinho Vermelho, dos Irmãos Grimm, folheia as páginas de O lobo da estepe, de Herman Hesse."

Fonte

14 Feb 2017

Who is afraid of Ewa Juszkiewicz?


Ewa Juszkiewicz 

"Well, now that we have seen each other,' said the Unicorn, 
`if you'll believe in me, I'll believe in you." 
Lewis Carroll