Photographic documents on extreme, socio-political issues
Alice Miceli's work applies investigative travel and historical research that works with the virtual, physical and cultural manifestation of trauma inflicted on social and natural landscapes, exploring its history and continued use of the media with which they have been represented. Interested in the challenging notions of traditional journalism and documentary photography, she creates alternative photographic documents on extreme, socio-political issues.
Photo credit:Fernando Miceli
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Born │ Brazil, 1980
Education │ Masters Degree in History of Art & Architecture (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janerio, Brazil, 2005), Bachelors Degree in Cinema from ESEC (École Supérieure d'Estudes Cinématographiques, France, 2002)
Awards │ Grants & Commissions Award from CIFO (2015) & Recipient of Cannonball Artist Residency (Miami's visiting resident program in partnership with CIFO, 2015), PIPA Prize; Museu de Arte Moderna Rio do Janeiro (Brazil, 2014)
Selected Exhibitions │ Media Arts Festival (Japan), Tomie Ohtake Institute (Brazil), Mediations Biennial (Poland), Transmedial Festival (Germany), Transitio_Mx Festival (Mexico), Sydney Film Festival (Australia), Z33 Contemporary Art Space (Belgium), ZKM (Germany), New York Independent Film Festival (U.S.A.)