ALICE KAY WALLER
Ali is an installation artist based in Chattanooga, TN. Her work focuses on themes of justice, trauma, and healing. She originally focused on painting during informal training through Savannah College of Art and Design as well as an artist residency program in Glasgow, Scotland. Following her travel abroad Ali worked as an art handler at the Norton Museum of Art working on shows like 'Georgia O'Keefe's: Living Modern' exhibition and the work of Robert Rauschenberg. Her experience as an art handler brodenned her view as she transitioned to a fulltime installation artist in her current gallery space located in Tennessee. She is now known for the '/200' movement which involves the body casts and stories almost 1,000 survivors of sexual assault.