Alice Kettle’s work explores the deep material connection of the cultural and human condition. Her work is in collections such as the Crafts Council London, the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester, the Museo Internationale delle Arti Applicate Oggi, Turin, Italy, Museum of Decorative Art and Design, Riga, Latvia, Shipley Museum and Art Gallery Gateshead.
Commissions include the National Library of Australia, Scottish High Court, Gloucester and Winchester Cathedrals, Manchester University and Winchester Discovery Centre.
Her interest in collaborative practice has initiated the Pairings project and she has co-authored ‘Collaboration through Craft’ published by Bloomsbury Academic 2013.
She is currently preparing for a show as invited Artist at the Scottish Academy in Edinburgh 2015 and working on a major commission for Lloyds Register.
She is Senior Research Fellow in MIRIAD Manchester School of Art and is Visiting Professor at the University of Winchester.