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Alice Channer
Early Man (2012)


Digital print on silk twill fabric (dry mounted).
76.2 x 93.98 cm.
Edition of 45, accompanied by signed and numbered certificate.


About the work

Alice Channer was born in Oxford in 1977 and her sculpture and textile works relate to the relationships between the body and personal adornment and the three dimensional and the flat. As well as exploring the history of sculpture as a medium and the industrial and post-industrial materials that it can possibly encompass, Channer questions the role that clothing plays, in terms of both production and consumption, in a western late-capitalist society.


About the artist

Channer was born in Oxford in 1977 and her sculpture and textile works relate to the relationships between the body and personal adornment and the three dimensional and the flat. As well as exploring the history of sculpture as a medium and the industrial and post-industrial materials that it can possibly encompass, Channer questions the role that clothing plays, in terms of both production and consumption, in a western late-capitalist society.

Channer is represented by The Approach, London and Lisa Cooley, New York and her work is held in the permanent collection of Tate, London and the Zabludowicz Collection, London, as well as numerous private collections.


Selected exhibitions

Recent solo exhibitions include Out Of Body, South London Gallery, 2012; Limoncello, London; The Hepworth, Wakefield and The Mackintosh Museum, Glasgow School of Art, as part of the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art, 2010. Recent group exhibitions include the 55th Venice Biennale 2013; Unto This Last, Raven Row, London, 2010; Boule to Braid, Lisson Gallery, London, 2009 and Strange Solution, Art Now, Tate Britain, London, 2008.


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