3D Tour | Anastacia-Reneé: (Don’t be Absurd) Alice in Parts

Saturday, January 30 – Sunday, April 25, 2021

Experience Anastacia-Reneé’s immersive installation (Don’t Be Absurd): Alice in Parts from the comfort of home with this 3D exhibition tour. We are excited to offer a virtual presentation of this important body of work to reach audiences near and far, acknowledging that restraints related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may make it difficult for many to visit the Museum in person.

For those that can visit in-person, the Museum is currently open to the public Thursday through Sunday, 11 am–5 pm. Reserve your free timed ticket here!

Please note this exhibition contains adult language and mature content, viewer discretion is advised.

Tips for Navigating the 3D Tour

Desktop: Click the "play" arrow to enter the tour. In the lower right corner of the image is an option to enter Full Screen mode. Navigate through the space by clicking on the white circles throughout the gallery floor. Blue dots indicate interactive components, including links to the videos included in the installation. You can return to a floor plan or "dollhouse" view using the icons in the lower left corner of the image. Exit Full Screen mode by hitting the Escape key.

Mobile: Tap the "play" arrow to enter the tour. You will automatically enter Full Screen mode. Navigate through the space by tapping on the white circles throughout the gallery floor. Blue dots indicate interactive components, including links to the videos included in the installation. You can return to a floor plan or "dollhouse" view using the icons in the lower left corner of the image at any time. Exit the tour by using the 'back' button on your browser.

Created by Amaryllis Lockhart/Clarity NW Photography.

Exhibition Close-Up

If you prefer video to 3D, we invite you to view this this special tour of the exhibition, narrated by the restless, late-night thoughts and fears of Alice Metropolis, a fictional character created by the artist and the main subject of the exhibition.

This video contains mature content and explicit language.

Filming & editing: Michael B. Maine
Audio recorded at Jack Straw Cultural Center