Alice Pamuk's work is of a delicate and imperceptible kind. It is often encountered through performance, sound installations and writing but mostly though a form of translation of language and its experience. Finding within the realm of physical experiences the formal impossibility is often transmuted by a simple twist of imagination. The acute transformed experience albeit simple and uncanny often triggers a paradox between the humorous and the conceptual.
After studying Japanese language in Paris, Alice moved to Brussels. She successively studied at l'E.R.G, graduated in drawing at La Cambre and finally obtained a Master's degree in Art and Public Space at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Brussels.