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Alex Quicho is a writer in London. Her work has appeared in Real Life, Lit Hub, Adult, Broadly, Canadian Art, Mask, and more.Locked Pro Plan feature
Specialising in long-form essays on art and design. Published in Real Life, Lit Hub, Adult, Canadian Art, Broadly (VICE), Ocula, Mask, NUVO, SALT, and Yishu: the Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art. Commissioned by The Rennie Collection, The Plugin Institute of Contemporary Art, Wil Aballe Art Projects, Access Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Red Bull, and Peroni.
My qualitative reports deliver clear, precise insights on cross-sector phenomena, from the cultural reception of artificial intelligence to the use of soft power to encourage civic engagement. Through interviews, data analysis, and media analysis, I examine how new developments in technology and design shape our cultural climate.
As Head of Communications, I engaged in a number of profile-raising projects, orchestrating district-wide events, curatorial collaborations, educational visits, and consistent press coverage. In collaboration with several prominent art galleries, I created the identity for 'The Flats' gallery district, now officially recognised by the City of Vancouver. My initiatives have gained international media acclaim from the BBC, the Globe and Mail, the Huffington Post, and more.
My research specialises in the intersection of art and politics, with my final dissertation analysing changes in visual perspectives in relation to the rise of drone, surveillance, and biomedical technologies.