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Abby and Alice

Designer London

Abby and Alice (both she/her) are a design duo working in London. Our work is often cross disciplinary, site specific and interactive. We make environments that people can be in, that tell stories and that rely on audiences being active. Our recent work has included a 1940’s middle class, Indian kitchen left in a hurry, which told the story of the 1947 partition, with Nutkhut; a functioning speakeasy built in an old leather factory for the Lost Estate and 'Souvenir' with Any One Thing, theatre which toured audience members' homes and was included as one of The Stage’s 5 best immersive shows of 2019.

Our own work centres around narrative discovery in interactive sets: inspired by video games and created using an iterative design process.

Portfolio can be found at www.abbyandalice.com

Credits

DESIGNERS, Souvenir, Any One Thing, touring audience homes over 4 months, 2019

DESIGNERS, The Overview Effect (Exhibition), Orleans House Gallery, 4 months, 2019

DESIGNERS, Never Set Eyes on the Land, Touring shipping container, 2018, then Stephen Lawrence Gallery, 2019 (Exhibited in SBTD's Staging Places at V&A July 2019 - March 2020)

DESIGNERS, Lost Love Speakeasy, Ugly Duck, 4 months, 2019

Training

BA(Hons) Performance Design and Practice, Central Saint Martins (UAL)

Experience

2-5 years

Skills

Prop Making
Set Design
Site Responsive/Immersive
VR / AR

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Latest Events

We are delighted that our associate company the Regional Theatre Young Directors Scheme (RTYDS) will be curating and delivering the program for emerging directors, producers, designers and artists whilst we temporarily reduce our key operations throughout June and July 2020.  Find out what events we have planned

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