For enquiries please email: alice@alicefoxen.co.uk
Alice is a ceramic artist whose sculptural work is inspired by the urban environment. Her practice is a continual search for objects, materials and spaces in a state of flux. Alice uses the material qualities of clay and other materials to reflect to the viewer how we live together in public space.

Since graduating in 2013 from Brighton University with a BA in 3D Materials Practice, Alice has participated in artist residencies at the International Ceramics Research Centre, Denmark and the Vermont Studio Centre, USA. Alice is currently a member of Sugarhouse Studio’s in Bermondsey and is studying for a Masters in Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art.







Royal College of Art, MA Ceramics and Glass, 2020 - 2022.

University of Brighton, BA (Hons) 3D Materials Practice major in Ceramics, 2010 - 2013

Wimbledon College of Art, Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, 2010.


2020
Bursting in the Neutral Zone, Sugarhouse Studios, London.

2019
House Warming, D.A.S, Safe House 1, London.
Windgate Fellowship Sculpture Residency, Vermont Studio Centre, VT, USA.

2018
Form to Form, Solo Exhibition, The Back Room, Peckham, London.

2016
Winner of The Annex Collection Acquisition Award. 
Priceless, Light Eye Mind Gallery, London.
Mother Tongue, Långholmsgaten, Stockholm, Sweden.
609, Window 107, Copenhagen.
Project Network, The Apple House Gallery, Skælskør, Denmark.

2015
Project Network Residency, Guldagergaard- International Ceramics Research Centre, Denmark.

2014
Polyphony, The Electrician's Shop Gallery, Trinity Buoy Wharf, London.

2013
Shortlisted for FRESH Graduate Prize, British Ceramics Biennial, Stoke-on-Trent.
FRESH, British Ceramics Biennial, Stoke-on-Trent.
New Designers Week 1, Business Design Centre, London.
University of Brighton Faculty of Arts Graduate Show, Grand Parade Campus, Brighton University.
The Silver Project, Grand Parade Campus, Brighton University.

2012
The Nakedness of Construction, Menier Gallery, London.
One Exhibition, Gloucester Place, Brighton.