Alicia is an early emerging artist predominantly working within a 3D view (sculpture, ceramics, assemblage). Her growing practice encompasses critical studies on the function and communication of Art and Design. She explores object-oriented ontologies within the ecological movement, synthetic/organic polymorphism, and performativity in virtual cyberspace. Her practice attempts to unpack materiality and philosophy, as well as her own subjectivity and identity within existing frameworks.
Exhibition Sculpture Award Recipient 2021
Hyper-Objectified Heterotopias, 2021
Text, Concrete, Hydrostone, Plaster, Bubble Wrap, Styrofoam, Red Bull Cans, Mirrors, Scrap Metal, Chicken Wire, Foam Packaging, Steel Wire, Steel Pipes, Plastic Plants, Silicone, Cloves, Skittles, Fake Moss, Found Materials
OJ Simpson, 2019
Alder Wood, Toothpicks
16 x 16 x 15 in
Anthropomorphic Arthropoda, 2020
Cardboard, Paper Straws, String
28 x 24 x 24 in, dimensions variable extended.
Chimaeras of the Post-Anthropocene, 2020
Found Waste Metal, Plaster, Hydrostone, Steel Wool, Twine, Copper Wire, Screws, Zip Ties, Clay, Soil, Aluminum Foil, Gelatin, Tapioca Starch, Glycerin, Water, Vinegar, Food Colouring, Paint, Fennel Seeds, Cinnamon, Garam Masala
Sound, Hydrostone, Latex, Spray Paint, Glitter, Epoxy, Bubble Wrap, Clay, Disco Ball, Pylon, Found Materials
F100 clay, Cone 06 Oxidation