Werdegang / Ausbildung: 
A-li-ce (*1981 in Dunkerque (FR), lives in Berlin) has been working as a video artist since 2005, with a special focus in the audiovisual performative and installation fields.
Interested in identities and memory, A-li-ce uses different techniques such as drawing, animation and video in order to create her hybrid time collages in motion. Her recent work is inspired by a fascination for biological structures and proposes innovative stories oscillating between imagination and realities. To create her visual journeys on stage, A-li-ce uses a technique she calls « live organic editing».

http://a-li-ce.com

Wichtige Projekte / Ausstellungen: 
A-li-ce has showcased her work throughout the international art scene (Vidéoformes (FR); RoBOt Festival (IT); Mapping Festival (CH); Mira Festival (ES), etc.), with solo and collective projects.
Engaged in transmission, she also teaches regularly at art institutions and universities across Europe, leading courses and lectures on live video creation processes. In Berlin, she is part of the audiovisual art curation team Scope Sessions; in 2017 she co-founded the VJ Open Lab community, which offers a monthly meeting for media artists at the art and technology space Spektrum. She also runs the Women VJ Program to bring more female artists into the visual performing field. Drawing on her commitment to questions of gender and ecology, she recently took part in the international symposium "Trans//Border", dedicated to the works of media theory researcher Nathalie Magnan and feminist sciences philosopher Donna Haraway, which was organized at the MUCEM.