Alice Walton’s work is centred around the staging of representational images, usually sourced from magazines and books, within sculptural installations. Her practice is concerned with the relationship between image and object: found images are re-presented to shake-shift perceptions and suggest alternative readings.
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
LIMITED EDITION PRINT: A special limited edition of 42 copies of the publication have an original screen-print by Alice Walton. Available at the private view.
EVENT: AL-MOST ALL THE GI-RLS RAISE THEIR H-ANDS Performances and Readings
Thursday 17 November 6.30 – 8.30pm at Tintype
Jeremy Akerman, Giovanna Coppola, Harold Offeh, Fabian Peake, Holly Pester