Alice Kern

Alice Kern

Alice Kern

Alice Kern (b. 1988) lives and works in Moscow.

Alice Kern works across a range of media and techniques, including sculpture, performance, installation and sound. The artist's practice is characterized by the creation of "gadgets for the invisible". The objects she creates are utilitarian in a way, serving as devices for constructing models of thinking.

Education

2014-2016 Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA).
2015 The exchange program of the Goldsmiths University of London
2016 Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Art.

Solo Shows

2018 Normalization Operations, Center for Creative Industries (CCI) Fabrika, Moscow, Russia 
2018 Voice Cooling Tests, Anna Nova Gallery, St.Petersburg, Russia

Selected Group Shows

2015 Event Horizons, The Moscow State Vadim Sidur Museum, parallel program of Moscow 6th Biennale, Moscow, Russia 
2015 Rituals of Sincerity, former Dutch church, St. Petersburg, Russia 
2016 Between the Lines, GRAD (Gallery for Russian Art and Design), London, UK
2016 PRIVATE, The Economist magazine editorial office, Moscow, Russia
2016 When Sculptures Walk Out, final show in Hohensalzburg Fortress, Salzburg, Austria
2017 Something Has Gone Wrong, final show of ICA studies, Solyanka VPA, Moscow, Russia
2018 General Rehearsal, V-A-C Foundation, MMOMA Petrovka, Moscow, Russia

Residences

2015 Grant for Summer School in Vyshniy Volochok, collaborative program between ICA Moscow and Goldsmiths University, Russia
2016 Sculptural course by Nora Schultz ‘When Sculptures Walk Out’ at Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts, Austria
2017 Free student at ICA Summer School, API Chekhov, Moscow region, Russia

Сuratorial projects

2016 Facade Under Construction – intervention to a construction area of the residential house on the 20th floor; international project with 25 participating artists (from India, Ireland, Russia, UK, USA), Moscow, Russia

Works in collections

Museum of Moscow (since 2016) 
ICA Moscow (since 2016)

Awards

2017 Winner of the VI contest «New projects for Anna Nova Gallery», Saint-Petersburg (jury: Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Valentin Dyakonov, Joanna De Vos, Dmitry Ozerkov, Ekaterina Chuchalina, Vladimir Logutov, Olesya Turkina)