Engaging the materials of packaging and a feeling of futility, I seek to address the processes of commercial mediation in late capitalist society as well as the individual and collective experience of loss, heartbreak and longing in our time.

See Alicia’s work for 365 Days of Print here

Alicia Escott holds an MFA from California College of Art, where she received the Richard K. Price Scholarship in painting. She has been Artists in residence at Anderson Ranch Arts Center and the JB Blunk Artist Residency.  Her Work has been included in shows at the Berkley Arts Center, the Institute for Figuring at the Hayward Gallery in London, Triple Base Gallery in San Francisco, the Oliver Arts Center, at CREAM From the top, as well as many other institutions, galleries and alternative spaces. Her works are collected publicly and privately, where facilities exist they have been recycled, and have been littered in wilderness preserves throughout the country.

To see more of Alicia’s personal work please visit: http://aliciaescott.com

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Alicia Escott

2 Responses to Alicia Escott

  1. Jaz Graf says:

    i was intrigued by these images, so i checked out your website. your work is so interesting! fantastic ideas! love the informative aspect and the playfulness of what you do.

  2. Thank you so much.
    It means a lot

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