An installation for young adults
Jabberwocky was 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 was designed for young adults and adults that are young at heart. The public was free to move between the different spaces in no particular order; the journey was an individual one.
Jabberwocky was not an adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, but rather free associations based on that work. It was a collaboration between several artists coming from different disciplines (theatre, music, video, visual art, and media).
Contributing artists: Mathias Gmachl, Maja Vukoje, Nira Pereg, Johannes Hoffmann, Irene Coticchio, Martin Pichlmair, Daniel Aschwanden, Michael Strohmann, Elisabeth Prohaska, Flora Prohaska, Gerti Schrottenbach, Simone M. Paischer, Philippa Galli, Oswald Berthold, Elias Chira, Sarah Koss, Nadja Trallori, Erich Goldmann a.o.
Concept and realization: Yosi Wanunu, Michael Strohmann, Matthias Gmachl
Produced by Kornelia Kilga, Claribel Koss
Dschungel Wien/ Jan 11 – 23, 2005
Kiasma Museum, Helsinki/ Nov 18 – 20, 2005 (new version)
OK Linz/ June 19 – July 9, 2006 (new version)