Informed by the evolving dynamics between analog, mechanical, and automated processes, Alice Gong uncovers new ways of making that disrupts the boundaries of art, design, craft, and technology. Her objects examine the theoretical construct of design, which is often in dialogue with design history and the diffusion of culture through material things. With a design ideology for creating new systems of value, she is passionate about instilling emotional durability into everything she makes.

Alice has a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with an emphasis in Designed Objects, Fiber and Material Studies, and Sculpture.