Jabberwocky is a video/sound/room installation based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There. The installation is designed for young adults and adults that are young at heart. The public is free to move between the different spaces with no particular order; the journey should be an individual one.
Jabberwocky is not an adaptation of AAIW but more free associations based on that work. It is a collaboration between several artists coming from different disciplines (theatre, music, video, visual art, media). Some parts are a co-creation between several artist and some an individual take.
Contributing artists: Yosi Wanunu, Mathias Gmachl, Michael Strohmann, Irene Coticchio, Daniel Aschwanden, Claribel Koss, Flora Prohaska, Johannes Hoffmann, Maja Vukoje, Nadia Trallori, Gerti Schrottenbach, Simone M. Paischer, Martin Pichlmair, Elisabeth Prohaska, Gabirelle Cram, Nira Pereg, Otmar Wagner, Philippa Galli, Oswald Berthold, Elias Chira, Sarah Koss, Erika Storm (Mendelssohn/Brückner) a.o.
Concept: Yosi Wanunu, Mathias Gmachl und Michael Strohmann
Produced by Kornelia Kilga
Jan 11 – Jan 23, 2004, Dschungel Wien – Theatre for young people in Museumsquartier, Vienna
Nov 18 – 20, 2005, Avanto Media Art Festival, Kiasma Museum, Helsinki
June 19 – July 9, 2006 Schäxpir Festival, O.K. Center for Contemporary Art, Linz