Alice Total

Alice Total is a sound installation as well as a concert, a video projection as well as a live performance

Between electronic culture, repetitive music, minimalism, noise, and ambient: a projection of sound and visual textures that capture and envelop. An aerial creation that also invokes film music, since part of the set is devoted to the sound illustration of W.W. Young’s Alice in Wonderland, a 28-minute short film based on the work of Lewis Caroll.

The synthesis works effectively with these burnt images from early 1915 and creates emotion and meaning. Although this is not its only purpose, the set has also been designed for non-equipped venues, such as art galleries, and as such the technical sound and light installation can be fully supported.

Duration: between 45 minutes and 2 hours, production: Baby You Can Drive My Car.