Alice Wilke

Research assistant

Assistant bachelor and master, Forum Kunst, artistic mentoring, art projects, curatorial assistance

Alice Wilke studied art theory with a focus on contemporary art, philosophy and exhibition design/curatorial practice at the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design. She worked as an assistant curator at the Kunsthalle Göppingen (2011 – 2013) and Museum Tinguely, Basel (2015). She was a guest lecturer at the HfG Karlsruhe (2014/15). Since 2014 she is part of deuxpiece, a nomadic curatorial collective and has realized numerous exhibitions, events and artist publications in Switzerland and abroad. Since 2015 she is part of the editorial team of A Roland for an Oliver, Basel’s platform for independent art spaces. She works as an art mediator and writes regularly about exhibitions and for catalogues.

In 2016 she received the Atelier Mondial research stipend for Beirut, Lebanon. In 2017 she co-curated the group show EX-SITU. Samples of Life Forms (Copenhagen Contemporary) and was an assistant curator for the 9th edition of KölnSkulptur (Skulpturenpark Cologne, 2017 – 2019). She works in multiple capacities at the Institute of Art, including as coordinator of the project space Artachment and as a research assistant in the research project The Women’s Institute.