About

Alice Kilkenny is a London based multi-media artist/designer, creating immersive audio-visual installations. Examining the boundaries of audience experience through a multi sensory approach to experience design, her work manifests itself in a variety of environments, including galleries, woodlands, and live music venues. Her ongoing artistic practice explores the dissolution of the virtual/corporeal boundary.  The spaces she creates exist as physical installations, in self-contained digital environments, and in cyberspace. Audiences are invited to immerse themselves in enchanting dream-like universes. Using carefully constructed narratives, her works lead audiences on magical adventures, placing them at the threshold between the real and the imaginary. 

Her moving image work has also been commissioned and screened nationally and internationally as part of Brainchild Festival, Bestival, Jena Fulldome Festival, Immersphere (Brasilia), Festival of Animation (Berlin), Sonar + D (Barcelona),  RA Lates: Rose Sélavy’s Dada Extravaganza (Royal Academy of Arts, UK),  FDUK (National Space Centre, UK). As well as a fulldome Artist in Residence at the Sidney Cooper Gallery. 

Alice graduated from the Royal College of Art, where she studied MA Information Experience Design (Moving Image) and Central Saint Martins where she gained a BA (Hons) Fine Art (Sculpture).