Alice Sharp, Curator and Director of Invisible Dust
Alice Sharp set up Invisible Dust in 2009. Since then for Invisible Dust the artists she has worked with include Elizabeth Price, Jeremy Deller, Dryden Goodwin, Faisal Abdu’Allah, Mariele Neudecker, Martin Parr, John Akomfrah and Tacita Dean. She co curated ‘Offshore:artists explore the sea’ as part of Hull UK City of Culture in 2017. Scientist advisors include Professor Frank Kelly, King’s College London, Government Advisor on air pollution and Professor Alex Rogers, Marine Biologist, Oxford University and international health of the oceans campaigner. In 2015 she won the Guardian PEA (People, Environment & Achievement) UK Arts, Fashion, Music & Film Award; recognising inspirational people who are making a difference to the green agenda.
Previously Alice managed the Fourth Plinth with Antony Gormley and Yinka Shonibare, curated the Big Chill Art Trail including Brian Eno and House of Fairytales with Gavin Turk and co curated an international exhibition ‘Journeys With No Return’ including Mike Nelson, Nevin Aladag and Zineb Sedira touring to Istanbul, Berlin and London.