Alice Walton

Alice Walton

Installation view - Almost All the Girls Raise Their Hands, 2016

Alice Walton

Untitled, 2016

Mixed media 41 x 24cm

Alice Walton

Untitled, 2016

Mixed media

Alice Walton

Untitled (detail), 2016

Alice Walton

Installation view - Almost All the Girls Raise Their Hands, 2016

Alice Walton

Installation view - Almost All the Girls Raise Their Hands, 2016

Alice Walton

Installation view - Almost All the Girls Raise Their Hands, 2016

Alice Walton

Untitled (detail), 2016

Mixed media 120 x 40 x 56cm

Alice Walton

Untitled, 2016

Card glitter 40 x 30 x 21cm

Alice Walton

Not Her Real Name, 2014

Installation View

Alice Walton

Installation view, 2014

Alice Walton

Untitled (Leg Shelf), 2013

Card, found image 44 x 45 x 21 cm

Alice Walton

Untitled (Silver Card), 2013

Wood, Perspex, card, found image 67 x 80 x 51 cm

Alice Walton

Not Her Real Name - installation view, 2014

Alice Walton

Untitled (detail), 2012

Alice Walton

In the Pleasing - installation view, 2012

Alice Walton

Untitled, 2012

Mixed media 240 x 120 x 107 cm

Alice Walton

Untitled (detail), 2012

Alice Walton

Untitled, 2012

Mixed media 51 x 34 x 18 cm

Alice Walton

Untitled (detail), 2012

Mixed media 51 x 34 x 18 cm

Alice Walton

Untitled (detail), 2012

Mixed media 51 x 34 x 18cm

Alice Walton

Untitled, 2012

Mixed media 51 x 34 x 18 cm

Alice Walton

Untitled, 2010

31 x 40cm

Alice Walton

Untitled, 2010

32 x 40 cm

Alice Walton

Untitled, 2010

32 x 40 cm

Alice Walton

Untitled, 2009

Found image, 44 x 33 cm

Alice Walton makes sculptural installations that she terms architectural objects. Her work has a meticulous, aesthetic elegance underpinned by conceptual rigour: she investigates how artworks are perceived and understood and this process becomes part of the presentation.

Her work is often constructed from found materials that are configured to support and re-present images that Walton sources from art books and magazines. She invariably masks or effaces part of the image, or reflects it back to us – stagings of concealment and revelation.

Education
1990 – 1993
BA, Painting, Wimbledon School of Art, UK

Solo Exhibitions

2016
Almost All the Girls Raise Their Hands, Tintype, London
with accompanying publication: AL-MOST ALL THE GI-RLS RAISE THEIR H-ANDS
A collaboration between Alice Walton and Eileen Daly; a publication with images by Walton and poems by Daly and a commissioned essay by Habda Rashid, Curator, Whitechapel Gallery, London

2014
Not Her Real Name, Tintype, London

2012
In the Pleasing, Tintype, London

2010
Too Much is Never Enough, The Two Jonnys, London

2007
Model as you Would Carve, Five Years, London

Group Exhibitions

2015
Except the Mirror, Format Festival International Photography, Derby

2013
An Unatural Theatre, Aid and Abet, Cambridge
Album 2, Five Years, London
Black Rabbit, White Hole, Samuel Freeman, LA
London Art Fair, Tintype, London

2012
Ideas are Faster, Five Years, London
Crazee Golf, Tintype, London

2011
Creekside Open, selected by Phyllida Barlow, APT, London
Smokefall, Tintype, London

2010
Album, Five Years, London
Jo Addison & Alice Walton, Centrum, Berlin
The Nature of Things/The Things of Nature, The Two Jonnys, London

2009
Free Association, Area 53, Vienna
Cortez Arrives, Herbert Read Gallery, Kent
That was a Good Day, Five Years, London

2008  
One Thing Against Another, Aspex, Portsmouth
Lanzarote, Keith Talent, London

2007
There is no Future for us Now, Five Years, London

2006
Bad Moon Rising, K3, Zurich

2005
Pilot Art Fair, London
Under-Lie, Keith Talent, London
For and From, Metropole Galleries, Kent

2004
Untitled, 39 Gallery, London
Doubtful Pleasure, APT, London
Eating at Another’s Table, Metropole Galleries, Kent

2003
Pleasure, Iota Gallery, Kent

2002
Hold the Line, Royal Society of British Sculpture, London

2000
Hoax, Lux Gallery, London