Alice Chandler (b.1993, Leeds) is an artist currently living and working in Leeds, UK.  

Chandler’s practice is informed by the intersection between art, craft and design. She creates sculptural objects, drawings, prints, text, and site-specific installations that build narrative and interrogate our relationship with the domestic, functional and wearable.

 

Utilising various craft processes, she makes objects that, dependent on display and context, can be at once sculptural, functional, or decorative.

 

Chandler has become increasingly interested in the layered histories, etymologies, narratives, myths, and meanings around certain objects and materials. Patchwork as method; considering what happens when you put things in dialogue, and how they begin to juxtapose, interconnect or form relationships.