Saturday, June 04, 2011
‘What Alice Found There’ is a temporary outdoor exhibition inspired by the nonsensical elements of Lewis Carroll’s book ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’.
it takes place at St Annes Park, Raheny, Dublin.
The exhibition prompts questions about the notion of what can be considered logical.
Francis Fay and Mary B Keane - thebackyardtourists, have chosen to create a site specific installations on top of the mound where once stood a mansion.
The exhibition will open on bank holiday Monday 6th June and run until Sunday 19th June.
The live art performances will take place on the opening day Monday 6th June from 2pm until about 5pm and on the following weekends – the 11th & 12th June and the 18th & 19th June, again from 2pm until 5pm.
There will also be art situated throughout the park for the duration of the exhibition.
This exhibition is made possible by The Arts Council of Ireland, Dublin City Council, The Red Stables Artists Studios and Open Spaces.
Images by Hazel Fitzpatrick