Alice Bucknell is an artist and architectural journalist based in London. With a background in Visual Anthropology from the University of Chicago and Critical Practice from the Royal College of Art, her current practice utilises speculative fiction to address contemporary models of technological utopias and the role of architecture in contributing to global inequity and ecological destruction.
Recent exhibitions include: Better Off Online, KÖNIG GALERIE for Arts Electronica, Linz; Scrolling the Arcane, Porto Planetarium, Lisbon; Stay At Home [Week 6], Annka Kultys Gallery, London; Well Now WTF?, Silicon Valet, Online (2020); and Too Beautiful To Be Real, Off Site Project, Online (2019). She participates in international biennales, symposiums and residencies including the B3 Biennale of the Moving Image in 2020; Postmodernism Now: Politics, Culture, Context at the Design Museum in 2018, and Post-Internet Cities at the MAAT in Lisbon in 2017.
In 2021, she will be in residence at Rupert in Lithuania and RIXC in Riga, as part of the Goethe-Institut's AI Residency Programme. Recently she was shortlisted for the Lumen Prize Student Prize and created the music video for I Think There’s Something You Should Know for The 1975 . Her writing appears often in art and design publications including Elephant; Frieze; Documents of Contemporary Art: Magic (forthcoming); Harvard Design Magazine, Mousse, Rhizome, The Architectural Review.