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Originally shot on Super 8mm film and partially blown up to 16mm for the creation of collages made up of abstract and composed photograms, the film explores in a medium specific way the self-experimental search for artistic, gender and sexual identity of movement artist Toma Alice Péronnet.


Toma Alice Péronnet (1962 Paris, France) is a movement artist/teacher and former architect based in Zurich Switzerland. The connection between art and daily life as well as the game between egocentrism and self distance, characterises their artistic work. The rebirth and development of the figure Alicia, that they originally created in 2004, can be considered the most complex part of their work and life. They use their body as dispositive — a medium available for transformation in order to explore their sexual ambivalence and polyvalence treating gender and sex as a constant changing performative act. Toma Alice Péronnet converts the public space into a "stage of living art” for spontaneous interactions.

Toma Alice Péronnet (they, them, theirs)



Cinematography, camera less hands-on

experimentations, edit

Juana Robles


Darja Kazimira

Darkroom facilitator 

A4 Sound Studios and Gallery, Dublin

Production countries

Ireland, France, Switzerland


Funded by

The Arts Council of Ireland / An Chomhairle Ealaíon.

With the support of

The Atelier 105 residency - Light Cone, Paris


Film stills

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