Burlington ContemporaryAlice Channer interviewed by Rachel Withers, 22nd February 2024
Artforum.com, Critics Pick: Alice Channer at Kunstmuseum Appenzell, Phoebe Cripps, 19th September 2023
Kunst Bulletin, Diving into Deep Surfaces, Julia Schmidt, Issue 9, August 2023, page 32-41
St Gallen Tagblatt, Diving in a plastic pond: in Appenzell, artist Alice Channer creates an exhibition as beguiling as it is disturbing, Christina Genova, 8th July 2023
Saiten Magazine, "The world looks perfect - it is not", Larisa Baumann, 10th July 2023
Appenzeller Volksfreund, "Art cannot compete with Nature", Mirjam Bächtold, 1st July 2023
Art TV, Heavy Metals / Silk Cut exhibition video tour, 5th May 2023
New Art Gallery Walsall and Arts Council Touring Exhibitions, Breaking the Mould: In Conversation with artists Alice Channer and Rana Begum, with independent curator and writer Natalie Rudd, 13th April 2023
Studio International, Trickster Figures: Sculpture and the Body, review by Anna McNay, February 2023
Rosanna McLaughlin, The Stitch Unpicker, Heavy Metals / Silk Cut Monograph essay, 1st September 2023
Hyperallergic, A Desert Biennial, Somewhere Between Settlers and Searchers, Renée Reizman, 19th May 2022
The Art Newspaper, An outdoor exhibition returns to Joshua Tree, the California desert's art boom town, Scarlet Cheng, 21st April 2022
Financial Times, Sculpture in the City - lending new life to London, Jackie Wullschläger, 17th June 2021
The Times, Spooked at the seaside, Waldemar Januszczak, 4th July 2021
London Review of Books, On Orford Ness, Sam Kinchin-Smith, 23rd September 2021
Art Monthly, Afterness, Matthew Bowman, 1st October 2021
The i, Afterness, Orford Ness, review: An island exhibition of secrets, lies, and nuclear catastrophe, Florence Hallett, 5th July 2021
Large Glass, Ripple and Void, Exhibition text, Rosanna McLaughlin, April, 2021
Contemporary Art Society, Friday Dispatch, Alice Channer: Megaflora, Ilaria Puri Purini, 29th April 2021
The University of the West of England Engineering Department, Video interview with Professor Ioannis Ieropoulos, whose research alongside the bodies of electricity generating bacteria inspired Nanowires, 18th November 2021
The University of the West of England Engineering Department, Video interview with Alice Channer, 18th November 2021
Quartz Studio, Worms, Exhibition text by Eva Brioschi, November 2021
2020 2019
The Guardian, Sixty Years review - Tate's all-female rehang pulls its punches, Adrain Searle, Tuesday 23rd April 2019
Artforum.com, Critics Pick: "In the Labyrinth" at Large Glass, Emily LaBarge, February 2019
The Guardian,We gotta get out of this place! The artists snared by the lure of the labyrinth, Charlotte Higgins, Sunday 3rd February 2019
Freelands Foundation, Alice Channer and Holly Hendry in Conversation with Edward Ball, 27th March 2019
Yorkshire Sculpture International, Sculpture Talk: Alice Channer, Leeds Art Gallery, December 2018
Artforum.com, Critics Pick: "The shape left by the body" at The Sunday Painter, Philomena Epps, July 2018
Tate, 'Soft Sediment Deformation, Upper Body (quilted gray)', Alice Channer, 2018, Hattie Spires, June 2018
this is tomorrow, Alice Channer: A Coin in Nine Hands - Part 5, Fiorella Lanni, 25th April 2018
The Brooklyn Rail, Alice Channer in conversation with Barry Schwabsky, December 2012
London Evening Standard, Alice Channer: Out of Body, Ben Luke, March 2012
Guardian Unlimited.com, Artist of the Week, Skye Sherwin, April 2011
ARTINFO UK, New Comets - Five London Artists To Watch, Coline Milliard, February 2011
Artforum, Critic's Pick: Unto This Last, Ben Luke, June 2010
Time Out London, In The Studio, Helen Sumpter, pp. 44, June 2010
Frieze, Glasgow International, Jonathan Griffin, June 2010
ARTINFO UK, Unto This Last, Coline Milliard, July 2010
The Independent, Exhibitions of the Year, Unto This Last, Laura McLean Ferris, December 2010