Alice Wormald's paintings depict spaces where surface and depth, naturalism and abstraction converge. Often referring to collages as a source, she exercises a controlled sense of representation while reflecting a hallucinatory experience of space and nature.Read More
Wormald is based in Melbourne and graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2011. She has held three solo exhibitions at Daine Singer since 2012. Recent group exhibitions include Synthetica (NETS touring exhibition 2015-2016), Atmosphere at Linden New Art (2015), Vertigo (Asialink touring exhibition 2014) and Spring 1883 (2015 and 2014). She has been a finalist in numerous prizes including the City of Albany Art Prize (2015), the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize (2014) and the John Leslie Art Prize (2012 & 2014 – Highly Commended). Her work is included in the Gippsland Art Gallery, Darebin City Council and Joyce Nissan Collections.
Text courtesy Gallery 9.