Alice Clough is a research-led artist working across ceramics, sculpture, film, photography, printmaking, sound, text and publication. With a background in both archaeology and anthropology, Alice locates her work across and between spaces and disciplines. Her research interests focus around exploring methodologies of the heart, time, wonder, and more-than-human relationships, drawing on theories of posthumanism and vibrant matter.
Alice is also a doctoral researcher with Bournemouth University and Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA). Her PhD, which is a Collaborative Doctoral Partnership funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council, looks at acts of interpretation within commercial archaeology settings. Titled ‘Telling Different Stories’, the project interrogates notions of linearity and singularity in interpreting the past.
2022 Gestures of making: an exploration of material / body dialogue through art process. Co-written with Fo Hamblin. In Tracing Gestures: The Art and Archaeology of Bodily Communication, UCL World Archaeology Series, Bloomsbury Publishing, London. ISBN: 9781350276987.
2016 Make, mistake, journey: practice-led research and ways of learning. Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA-PGN, special edition. Co-written with Anna Piper.
2011 Combating Urban Disengagement? Stickers as a form of street art. UCL Working Papers Series, Paper No. 09/2011.