Taking Stock With Alice


A music library made up of 21 specially composed instrumental scores.
Taking Stock with Alice Theobald is a ongoing project in which her own musical compositions draw upon long-term research into the commodification and economy of emotions through language, sound and intonation and how they shape human experience, interaction and perception. Whilst also analysing the affective power of film scores, music for television and stock music.
For personal and not-for-profit creative use:
A free download of Taking Stock with Alice is for personal entertainment use and for any not-for-profit creative ventures including, but not limited to, short films, artist performances, fringe theatre and DJ sets. For commercial use, please purchase a license.
Any not-for-profit use must credit Alice Theobald, Taking Stock with Alice and the song name where possible.

For commercial use:
A license for any songs from Taking Stock with Alice is non-exclusive and non-transferrable. A license covers use in any commercial projects, including, but not limited to, feature films, advertisements, television and video games.
License holders must credit Alice Theobald, Taking Stock with Alice and the song name where possible.
Alice Theobald retains all rights to the music.


Gatefold heavyweight orange vinyl LP + poster + booklet + MP3 download code. 
Available to buy HERE
And on iTunes HERE

I fell in love with tomorrow (or) impossible loves, 2015

Installation shots, video installation and wall text
The Fifth Artist, Wysing Arts Centre, 2015
Group show with Olivier Castel, Jesse Darling, Alice Theobald, Julia Crabtree and Will Evens

Frieze In Focus: Alice Theobald

Acting, therapy, song and humour 
by Jonathan P.Watts
Published in Issue 172 June-August 2015

'and the wanderers wandering at the wonders of themselves', exhibited at Lisson Gallery and Open Source, London, 2015

Film stills
Install shots w/George Henry Longly
The boys the girls and the political, Lisson Gallery, London, 2015 
Group show with Am Nuden Da, Lucy Beech and Edward Thomasson, Elaine Cameron-Weir, George Henry Longly, Jesper List Thomsen, Beatriz Olabarrieta, Ben Schumacher, Richard Sides, Cally Spooner and Alice Theobald
curated by Hana Noorali and Lynton Talbot

 And the wanderers wandering at the wonders of themselves was Originally commissioned by Anna Gritz for Open Source Festival, Gillette Square, 2-3 May 2015

Dear Luxembourg (yours bucktoothed girl), Nosbaum Reding Projects, Luxembourg, 15.01.2015 - 07.03.2015

Emma Hart, Germaine Hoffmann, Sophie Jung, Jenny Moore, Athena Papadopoulos, Abri de Swardt, Alice Theobald 15.1.2015 - 07.3.2015 

Curated by Alberto Garcia del Castillio with the company of Sophie Jung

Exhibition views