LondonAlice Channer: Megaflora
Alice Channer’s forms and materials are found in the social and sensual worlds of industrial and organic processes. She immerses herself in natural and industrial materials and production processes to find forms that she develops as sculpture. Her method is both experimental and precise, collaborating with people, machines, and materials to make sculpture that is emotionally charged and industrially perfected.
Megaflora is Alice Channer’s second exhibition at the gallery and it takes, as it’s starting point a bramble stem. It is also making an appearance in Rosanna Mclaughlin’s short story, ‘Ripple and Void’ specially commissioned to partner the work.
Installation view of ‘Alice Channer: Megaflora’ at Large Glass, London, 22 April – 26 June 2021. ©Stephen White&Co. Courtesy the artist and Large Glass, London