AliceIn is the proposal of Wonderful District for the exhibition Le mois de l'image in October 2007 in Ho Chi Minh City. Although there will be one artist intervention per day, AliceIn will be conceived as an autonomous work that can stand alone.
Situated at the intersection of varying themes researched by the the collective's artists - including architectural hybrids, cohabitation of nature and new technologies, and the idea of nomadism - the organic structure will be at the same time sculptural and functional, using both high and low-tech materials. These characteristics will be accentuate a playful contrast between interior and exterior. AliceIn was designed by Olivier Llouquet and Tam Vo Phi. Artist participants were Richard Streitmatter-Tran, Nguyen Nhu Huy, Robert Cianchi, Betrand Peret and Sandrine Llouquet.
Constructing the AliceIn bamboo frame. HCMC Fine Arts University
Interior of AliceIn installation at Galerie Quynh.
* Images Credits: R. Streitmatter-Tran, Tuyet T. Nguyen
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