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Almine Rech

Alice Anderson

2022 In the exhibition Worlds of Networks at Centre Pompidou Paris, Anderson presented a sculptural installation using hundreds of internet cables.  

2021 At Musée d’Art Moderne de Fontevraud, Anderson exhibited her FEMALE POWER FIGURES: totems of varying sizes made of recycled technological machines. The same year at La Patinoire Royale, Anderson presented four large scale paintings (40m long) from the series GEOMETRIC DANCES, where she immersed GPS objects in paint and danced on the canvas with them.  

2020 As a Prix Marcel Duchamp nominee, Anderson gathered performances, paintings, and sculptures from her trips in the Sierra Nevada, Colombia at Centre Pompidou Paris.  

2019 Residency at the Atelier Calder in Saché, which enabled Anderson to develop new artistic perspectives and the creation of a large scale PAINTINGSCULPTURE.

2018 First presentation of ITINÉRAIRES D'UN CORPS, where each motif corresponds to a change of direction of the body in the nave of La Patinoire Royale, Brussels.  

2017 Large scale perennial commission entitled SHARE at Palais des Italiens, Paris.  

2016 Presentation of BIOSPHERE, which was made after a performative circular walk of 181 KILOMETERS at the Saatchi Gallery in London as part of CHAMPAGNE LIFE.  

2015 Personal exhibition of DATA SPACE at Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton, Paris, where Anderson memorised the venue’s architecture with wire to create a work that was later acquired by Centre Pompidou, Paris.  

2014 Anderson’s exhibition MEMORY MOVEMENT MEMORY OBJECTS at the Wellcome Collection, London. Comprising daily participative performances, the exhibition attracted 40,000 visitors over a 4-month period.  

2012 At the Whitechapel Gallery in London, Anderson ‘memorised’ the photo albums brought by the audience, along with 25 other performers. 

2011 Anderson presented her first solo exhibition RITUALS at the Freud Museum, London, after developing her own weaving technique based on repetitive dance movements and the use of copper-coloured wire to symbolise both cerebral and technological connections to the dawn of the internet.  

2005 M.A. at Goldsmiths College London  

2001 M.A. at École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris.  

Selected artworks

  • Alice Anderson,                                      DANSES GÉOMÉTRIQUES, LA PUERTA AL CIELO, NABUSIMAKE I, 2020


    Acrylic on felt
    1,025 x 300 cm
    403 1/2 x 118 1/2 in

  • Alice Anderson,                                      RANDOM CHROMATICS, 2021

    Alice Anderson RANDOM CHROMATICS, 2021

    Collective performance with Harry Alexander, Alice Anderson, Jon Caruana, Yen Ching, Valerie Ebuwa, Zinzi Marsh, Moses Ward at KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin


  • Alice Anderson in discussion with Eva Langret, Artistic Director of Frieze London

Gallery exhibitions

Selected press