Alice Dittmar was born in1978 in Reid im Innkreis, Austria. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich from 1999-2006 and was conferred the title 'Meisterschülerin' by Professor Nikolaus Lang.
Upon completing her studies, Alice participated in several international artist residencies, in China, Australia and Europe (Germany, Austria, Czech Republic)
Her travels started in 2008 with an invitation by the German Goethe Institute Beijing, to conduct a lecture at UCCA, 798 Art District Beijing, on her artist book and exhibition: 'My daily Beijing diary' (2008). In 2010, her artist book 'Alice-D in Wonderland' was published; the drawings from this project were exhibited at Kulturmodell, Passau. This was followed by: 'Beijing Series 2011', a solo exhibition at Alexander Ochs Gallery, Beijing; 'Invented Identities' (2014), a group show at Shrine Empire Gallery, New Delhi; and 'Pattern∞Landscapes' (2014), a solo show at Ying Gallery, Beijing.
In 2012 Alice commenced her research project: ‘Ambiguous landscapes – untangling transcultural interweavings through materiality’. In 2015, she initiated 'Smuggling (an artistic strategy)', a Symposium in Wernstein am Inn (Austria)
and Kunstverein Passau hosted the double solo ‘RAUMZWEIT‘ with Fritz Radlwimmer. From March to May 2016, Alice is undertaking ‘Void Lands‘, a project with Stefanie Thiedig in Beijing, that has been exhibited at the Art Fair in Guangzhou 2016 and further installed at a Private Collection in Guangzhou. In July 2017 the project ‘Wernstein and Neuburg/Inn – Grenzorte II' (with participating artists from Austria and Germany) is presented in Upper Austria with works in public space, performances and music. In the same year Alice commences a studio residency at PICA Perth, Western Australia, where she works on her project: ‘becoming temporary (2012) / becoming permanent (2013)‘.
After a decade of travels across three continents, in 2018/ 19 she settled and made Berlin her home. For more detailed information of her work until now, please download CV.pdf
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