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FOUR TIMES FIVE IS TWELVE, FOUR TIMES SIX IS THIRTEEN, FOUR TIMES SEVEN IS FOURTEEN, FOUR TIMES EIGHT IS FIFTEEN…

EYE-MATH

In February and March 2015 the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Barbican London, in partnership with Lightmap, present multimedia performances of Unsuk Chin’s extraordinary opera Alice In Wonderland. With a libretto by playwright David Henry Hwang and Unsuk Chin after Lewis Carroll,  the inimitable, brilliant illustrations of artist Ralph Steadman, a cast of 80, full orchestra, live interactive projections and eye-popping costume, Chin’s virtuoso, dark and hilarious interpretation of the Lewis Carroll classic springs into anarchic life. Here we follow the year of preparation leading up to the performances. Click on POSTS above to see more.

“Let me see: four times five is twelve, and four times six is thirteen, and four times seven is – oh dear! I shall never get to twenty at that rate!” Alice

4 x 5 = 12 (base 18)
4 x 6 = 13 (base 21)
4 x 7=14 (base 24)
4 x 8=15 (base 27)
4 x 9=16 (base 30)
4 x10=17 (base 33)
4 x 11= 18 (base 36)
4 x 12 = 19 (base 39)
4×13= 1A (base 42)
(If the factor and answer increase by 1 and the base increases by 3,
it is not possible to get to 20)

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ALL POSTS AND DESIGN BY LIGHTMAP STUDIO
RALPH STEADMAN ILLUSTRATIONS © RALPH STEADMAN
http://www.ralphsteadman.com

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