Alex Walker is an artist and writer working with poetry, photography and installation to explore themes of loss and liminality present within architecture and memory. Responding to site in an emotive and phenomenological manner, Alex aims to articulate and capture the affect of recollection as it collapses upon the present moment - within the gallery space and beyond.
Alex is currently completing Masters of Art Curatorship at Melbourne Uni following her Undergraduate and Honours study at the Victorian College of the Arts.
She has exhibited across Victoria with recent solo exhibitions at KINGS Ari & Stockroom, Kyneton in addition to exhibitions at BLINDSIDE, Sally Walker Gallery, Margaret Lawrence Gallery and Deakin Edge screen, Federation Square. And has also written for exhibitions at Sutton Projects, Seventh Gallery, BLINDSIDE & Floating Goose Gallery, Adelaide.
Alex was a finalist in the Exposure Photography Prize and recipient of the Evan Lowenstein Arts Management Award and David Fell Photography Award.
Alex currently works at Buxton Contemporary, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, is assistant to Head of Art, Associate Professor Kate Daw at VCA and Curatorial Intern for Pippa Milne at Monash Gallery of Art.