Alice Bucknell is an American artist and writer based in London. Her current work uses speculative fiction to address contemporary ideas of technological utopias and the role of architecture in contributing to global inequity and ecological destruction. She participates in international exhibitions, symposiums, and residencies, most recently at Ars Electronica with KÖNIG GALERIE, White Cube, Annka Kultys Gallery, the Canadian Center for Architecture, and Serpentine Galleries. She serves as a guest critic at international design and architecture schools including the Architectural Association and the Royal College of Art in London. Her writing appears regularly in art, architecture and design publications including Flash Art, Frieze, Kaleidoscope, Mousse, PIN-UP and The Architectural Review.
She is currently a staff writer at Elephant Magazine and the Harvard Design Magazine, and a resident of HQI in White City. In 2021, she will be in residence at Rupert in Lithuania (May) and RIXC in Riga (August-September), as part of the Goethe-Institut's AI Residency Program. She studied Anthropology and Visual Art at the University of Chicago and Critical Practice at the Royal College of Art in London.
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