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Alice Evans is an artist from London who specialises in film and photography. She is also a mental health campaigner with lived experience of Schizophrenia.

Working within the field of photography and film is a central interest in Alice's work as is the revealing of the artifice of artwork’sconstruction, whether this is photography or video. Through a manipulation of surface an understanding of the constructions of our own perceptions of reality are revealed. She explores multiple points of convergence through physical interventions, digital manipulations and staged performances.

Alice Evans’ video pieces seek to expose the mechanisms of the filmmaking and photographic processes by leaving elements of the construction of the image within the frame. The inspiration for this technique is the filmic reveal shot. The films have fragmented narratives yet don’t offer up a fully-fledged story. The high production values suggest traditional narrative film, yet deliberately clumsy elements challenge this convention. Her film‘Call of theKlondike’ based on a western set during the 1849 gold rush, was previously shown in Switzerland. She also made ‘Rusalka’ - an operatic pub fight. Alice’s most recent photographic works are based on the Rorschach test, a psychological test used from the 1950’s onwards to detect an unconventional mind – this is the only test the artist has ever passed.

See more at http://www.aliceevansfineart.com/statement.html
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