Current Projects and Collaborations

MIGRATION PARADE: HOLON

 

2018 - Present

A collaboration with electroacoustic sound artist, Danielle Savage.

Penticton, BC/Montreal, QC

The third phase in our large-scale exhibition/installation, "Migration parade". 

For more, see exhibitions.

MIGRATION PARADE: Process Photography and Digital Art

January, 2021 - May 2022

Collaboration with Photographer, poet and artist Winona Rae

Penticton, BC

 

Learn more about this project here.

Photography by Winona Rae

Past Projects and Collaborations

LITERALLY and GO VILLAIN

April - July, 2018

Penticton, BC

 

Illustration and props for a webseries entitled, "Literally" (written by Shane Koyczan; directed by Stuart Gillies ; BOLDLY Production Company)

"Go Villain"  - a musical collaboration and score with Tavis WeirWarryn Berry, and Shane Koyczan

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PESADONA

January, 2017

Original Performance: Penticton Art Gallery, Penticton, BC

 

Installation/Performance Art/Experimental Sound  - a collaboration with artists Tavis Weir and Warryn Berry

 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL PERFORMANCE.

Photo credit: Chelsea Terry

Photo: A Goodall

Photo credit: Dale Boyd

Photo credit: Chelsea Terry

FIREWEED AND THE INTELLIGENCE OF CELLS - Artswells Festival of All Things Art

August, 2016

Wells, BC

 

An installation and paint collaboration with Rhea Lonsdale. Photo Cred: Rhea Lonsdale

Stage Installation by Rhea Lonsdale and Alexandra Goodall

TERRA CELLULARIUM - A Pop-Up Puppet Show

April, 2016

Artist Block 557, Penticton, BC

 

A performance and collaboration with Keith Lim, with special guest Oliver Swain.

"Observe an unfolding alien landscape. Alexandra Goodall has created felted creatures that combine with Keith Lim's projections mapped in a soft world of pelted mountains and curly spires. Foreign weather patterns transpire, transform and animate this miniature world of timelapsing tectonic shifts.

Devotional instruments - harp, harmonium, bells, breath - are sound machines. Arduino driven technology and video feedback bring life to felted forms. In this land, light is paint in an act of self similarity."

Photo credit: Keith Lim

Performance by Keith Lim and Alexandra Goodall