Lisbon and London, Portugal and United Kingdom
Alice Bonnot is an independent curator, art consultant and guest speaker interested in the development of environmentally sustainable curatorial and artistic practices with a drive towards eco solutions. She is scheduled to teach the short course ‘Sustainable Exhibition Management’ at Central Saint Martins College, London and is regularly invited to talk about sustainability within the arts. Alice is the co-founding director of Picnic Gallery, London, and the founding director of the Zone d’Utopie Temporaire (Z.U.T.) residency programme. She has curated twenty exhibitions in Paris, London, Athens and Lisbon, including 'Triple Point', Belo Campo, Lisbon, 2020-2021, 'Everything’s Mustard', Picnic, London, 2019, 'Out Of Office', PADA, Lisbon, 2019, 'Hyper Mesh', Assembly Point, London, 2019, 'Bored but secured', Wozen, Lisbon, 2018, 'A series of pocket Utopias', Yellow Brick and Snehta, Athens 2017, and 'Le corps comme activateur d’art numérique', Le Carreau du Temple, Paris, 2015. Alice holds an MA in Arts Management from Paris-Dauphine University and a BA in Global Business from DCU Dublin and CESEM Reims, France. She has previously worked as gallery manager, curator and exhibition manager. Alice lives and works between Lisbon and London. More info at alicebonnot.com and IG @bonnota.