A-li-ce, born in Dunkerque, France in 1981, lives and works in Berlin, Germany. She graduated from École Supérieure de l’image (School of Fine Arts, Poitiers, FR) and EHESS (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales - The School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences), Paris, and works as a video artist. Since 2005, she has been predominantly active in the live video performance. Her artistic research deals with identities and memory issues. She uses different techniques such as animation, paper, and video, bringing the public from a wonderland to darker realities.
She has presented her video works in many audiovisual and art festivals such as the Mapping Festival (CH), Mira Festival (ES), Vidéoformes (FR), RoBOt Festival (IT), RoBOt Festival (IT), Celeste Prize (US) with solo live video performances and collective projects.
Since 2010, she has worked also as a Professor for video workshops in art institutions and universities
across Europe (Bandits-Mages, ESAL Metz, ENSA Bourges, Spektrum Berlin), leading courses
in live creation processes. She often collaborates with theatre companies and musicians (Robot
Koch and Rag and Bones, amongst others), creating video content and its scenography on stage.
From 2010 to 2014, She created the multimedia work Fucking Wonderland (4 videos, 1 live video
set, 18 drawings), which was fully exhibited in Kyoto at the National Manga Museum in the spring of 2014. She was part of Dokfest Festival curators’ team in Kassel (DE) from 2014 to 2016, in the audiovisual live section. She is now part of the Berlin-based artists’ collective Scope Sessions, with whom she organizes monthly Artists’ talks in Berlin, and co-founded in August 2017 the VJ Open Lab
community which offers a monthly meeting to the media artists in the art and technology space
Spektrum in Berlin.