Alice Channer is an artist working with sculpture. Her forms and materials are found in the social and sensual worlds of industrial and natural processes. Over long periods of time, she immerses herself in organic and synthetic materials and production processes to find forms within them that she develops as sculpture. Her method is both experimental and precise, collaborating with people, machines, and materials to bring multiple bodies and voices into her polyphonic works.

Alice Channer lives and works in the edges of London.
Selected solo institutional exhibitions include R o c k f a l l, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, USA (2015), Pool, Kestnergesellschaft, DE (2014), Invertebrates, Hepworth Wakefield, UK (2013), Soft Shell, Kunstverein Freiburg, DE (2013), Out Of Body, South London Gallery, London, UK (2012).
In 2021 she made her first permanent public sculpture commission, Nanowires, for the new Engineering Department Building at the University of the West of England, and Lethality and Vulnerability, a major new site-responsive commission for Artangel (UK).
Her work has been presented as part of the Liverpool Biennale, UK (2021), the 55th Venice Biennale, IT (2013) and Glasgow International, UK (2010).
Channer's work has featured as part of exhibitions in numerous international institutions over the last 15 years, including Marta Herford, Germany; Yorkshire Sculpture Park, New Art Gallery Walsall, both UK (2021); Tate Britain; Towner Gallery, Eastbourne, both UK; Ca'Pesaro, Venice, IT (2019); Museum Morsbroich, Germany; Whitechapel Gallery; Kettles Yard, Cambridge, both UK; La Panacée MoCo, Montpellier, France (2018); Aspen Art Museum, Colorado, USA and Kunsthaus Hamburg, Germany (2017); Museum Kurhaus Kleve, Germany; Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, UK (2016); Aïshti Foundation, Beirut, LB; Public Art Fund, New York and Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, both USA (2015); Fridericianum, Kassel; Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, both Germany and Künstlerhaus Graz, Austria (2014); Kunstverein Freiburg, Germany; Hepworth Wakefield, UK (2013) and Tate Britain, South London Gallery, both UK (2012).
In 2022 she will present Rockpool, a new large scale outdoor site-responsive sculpture as part of High Desert Test Sites: The Searchers, Joshua Tree, CA, USA.

She is represented by Konrad Fischer Galerie, Berlin and Düsseldorf, DE.

© Alice Channer