Alice Pedroletti born in Italy, 1978. Lives and works in Berlin and Milan. As an artist-researcher, she investigates the meaning of archiving as an art practice focusing on identity and memory connected to architecture and geography. She questions the image's significance through a physical relationship between photography and sculpture concerning temporality, fragility, and matrix in both disciplines.
She founded ATRII Collective and its Open Archive for the future. She is a fellow at Rabbit Island Foundation and TSOEG Temporal School of Experimental Geography: artist networks focusing on ethical and experimental art practices concerning the environment. She recently won the Italian Council 9 international project promoted by the Directorate-General for Contemporary Creativity of the ItalianMinistry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism supporting Italian research, talents and excellence in the arts.