Alice Titshall's delicate hand-cut paper pieces play on the balance between minimalism and excess. In her pursuit of perfection she focuses on repetition and the multiple. Through the steady routine of cutting her intricate designs she has discovered a new meditative, therapeutic way of working. The intense concentration required culminates in fragile, lace-like, floating patterns.
Alice recently joined Synecdoche a collective which was formed in 2014 by emerging Bristol artists, who collaborate for exhibitions around the country. Specialising in high levels of making and drawing, Synecdoche produce artwork which forms a great collection of experimental approaches towards sculpture, drawing, printmaking, textiles, photography and painting, inviting interest from all kinds of art lovers.
Alice is also a member of Young Arnolfini, a collective of 12 local art enthusiasts aged from 16 - 25 working, learning and living in Bristol. Young Arnolfini aim to provide a cultural forum through workshops, blogging and live events to bridge the gap between young people and Bristol's bustling art scene.