Alice von Maltzahn is a contemporary artist living and working in London. She studied art at Wimbledon College of Fine Art and The Ruskin School of Fine Art and Drawing at Oxford University.
Between 2011 and2013 Alice von Maltzahn worked with Wendt + Friedman Gallery in Berlin, on both group and solo exhibitions in Berlin and Cologne. In 2014 she was featured in the title Paper Play; follow up to the bestselling
Paper Works published by Sandu Press, an exploration of international artists working in the medium of paper. Resident artist at The Sarabande Foundation from 2020-2021.
Her work is part of the Soho House Art Collection. Working with paper as a primary medium, her practice examines the material itself and how it can be re-animated through process. Her work also looks at temporality, the environment, our place within it and the traces we leave behind. Large scale installations alter the spaces they inhabit and appear to grow both naturally and unexpectedly through interior spaces. These intricate paper constructions compel us to re-examine our relationship with materiality, nature, growth and our immediate and wider environment.
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