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The Strange Story of Alice in Wonderland

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  • Medium:

    Stop frame animation / painting / making / design

  • Artist:

    Film still from 'Alice in Wonderland' by Megan Wear showing cut out painted flowers and toadstools

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    Film still from 'Alice in Wonderland' by Megan Wear showing cut out painted flowers and toadstools

    Megan’s work responds to the theme of ‘strange’ through the story of Alice in Wonderland.

    Megan was part of the Factory, thirteen young artists aged 14-19, who spent ten weeks experimenting in strange ways with sound, moving image and visual art at Tyneside Cinema.

    Using David Lynch’s early animations as a starting point, their personal definitions and interpretations became wide ranging: expressed in a selection of creative works, presenting a combination of ideas that stray into the world of surrealism and the uncanny.

    (Jude Thomas, Learning and Participation Programme Producer, Tyneside Cinema)

  • Age:

    16

  • Submitted by:

    Jude Thomas, Learning and Participation Programme Producer, Tyneside Cinema

Megan’s work responds to the theme of ‘strange’ through the story of Alice in Wonderland.

Megan was part of the Factory, thirteen young artists aged 14-19, who spent ten weeks experimenting in strange ways with sound, moving image and visual art at Tyneside Cinema.

Using David Lynch’s early animations as a starting point, their personal definitions and interpretations became wide ranging: expressed in a selection of creative works, presenting a combination of ideas that stray into the world of surrealism and the uncanny.

(Jude Thomas, Learning and Participation Programme Producer, Tyneside Cinema)