Dreaming Alice:
Maggie Taylor Through the Looking-Glass

April 5, 2020 - January 3, 2021

Dreaming Alice celebrates internationally-acclaimed artist Maggie Taylor and her recent body of work, an illustration of "Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There," by Lewis Carroll. Taylor has garnered widespread attention for her breakthrough use of technology in her art. Sixty-two photographs make aesthetically innovative use of 19th-century photography (daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes), as well as scanned images of insects, dolls, flora and fauna. Taylor's overpainting, texturizing and color additions to her own photographs generate steam-punk-like imagery, with a 21st-century take on the Victorian Era. The whimsical subject matter and unique form of photography will intrigue visitors of all ages.




Image credits
Maggie Taylor
Pigment inkjet prints
Courtesy of the artist
Slide 1
Left: What do you call yourself?, 2015
Right: He was part of my dream., 2017
Slide 2
Left: And what Alice found there., 2017
Right: What remains?, 2016
Slide 3
Left: Contrariwise., 2017
Right: Beware the Japperwock. 2016