A Little Like Alice

A Little Like Alice

This is the story on how A Little Like Alice came to life!

A Little Like Alice

Imagined By:

The Great Darkness, Jasmine, aged 12 years, Brisbane State High School

The rabbit hole, Athena, aged 10 years, Woodridge State School


Designed By: Year 7 Micro Courses group, Brisbane South State Secondary College

The Conceptual & Design Journey: Students at Brisbane South State Secondary College focused on concept development and design for external fabrication for their work, A Little Like Alice. A fully collaborative process, students started with a deep dive into the well, followed by creative writing tasks inspired and expanding on the Imagined Things in the well. The students then participated in group writing tasks, individual collage works and then created a collaborative collage by ripping up their individual works to create the Cityscape and tunnel network after visiting the SLQ gallery space. Attention was paid to the heights of children visiting the exhibition in the placement of tunnels and ratio of city to underground space.

Students also spent time developing their ideas for the projection component and all ideas were designed and captured before being sent out for fabrication.


Made By: Rebul Packaging, Commissioned by State Library of Queensland

Projection designed by Sonny O’Brien and Joseph Burgess

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