MOVERS SHAKERS MAKERS

Alice Williamson ⎪Artist

February 02, 2021 Emma Lister, Makeshift Company Season 2 Episode 5
MOVERS SHAKERS MAKERS
Alice Williamson ⎪Artist
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MOVERS SHAKERS MAKERS
Alice Williamson ⎪Artist
Feb 02, 2021 Season 2 Episode 5
Emma Lister, Makeshift Company

In the last episode of series 2, Emma talks to Alice Williamson--a difficult artist to categorise. Essentially, she works with movement and design, be it making costumes or dancewear for her label Designed by Alice, her photography and illustrative work, toy design, research on 'skin hunger' or her collaboration with Dr. Merrit Moore combining robotics and dance.

Her design work begun when she had a parallel career as a ballet dancer in companies such as: Hong Kong Ballet, Northern Ballet and Staatsoper Ballet Berlin. She talks to Emma about staying creative when you're in a big organisation, her new found love of robotics and the journey a fishing net takes to become recyclable fabric for her “thoughtful” dancewear.

Alice's website
www.Designedbyalice.co.uk

Instagram:
@designedbyalice
@shop_designedbyalice


The last three questions.....
 
PIECE THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING

Nope. There wasn’t one!

PIECE THAT DIDN’T LOVE BUT HAS VALUE

AI: More than Human exhibit at The Barbican

 

NOMINATE AN ARTIST FOR US TO CHECK OUT

Neri Oxman, designer

Show Notes

In the last episode of series 2, Emma talks to Alice Williamson--a difficult artist to categorise. Essentially, she works with movement and design, be it making costumes or dancewear for her label Designed by Alice, her photography and illustrative work, toy design, research on 'skin hunger' or her collaboration with Dr. Merrit Moore combining robotics and dance.

Her design work begun when she had a parallel career as a ballet dancer in companies such as: Hong Kong Ballet, Northern Ballet and Staatsoper Ballet Berlin. She talks to Emma about staying creative when you're in a big organisation, her new found love of robotics and the journey a fishing net takes to become recyclable fabric for her “thoughtful” dancewear.

Alice's website
www.Designedbyalice.co.uk

Instagram:
@designedbyalice
@shop_designedbyalice


The last three questions.....
 
PIECE THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING

Nope. There wasn’t one!

PIECE THAT DIDN’T LOVE BUT HAS VALUE

AI: More than Human exhibit at The Barbican

 

NOMINATE AN ARTIST FOR US TO CHECK OUT

Neri Oxman, designer