Alice Hattrick writes essays and criticism about art, scent, family ties, and illness. Her work has featured in publications such as Frieze, The White Review, EROS, Art Review, and Rhizome, and events at Raven Row, South London Gallery, Matts Gallery and Goldsmiths Centre of Feminist Research. She was shortlisted for the 2016 Fitzcarraldo Editions Essay Prize. Between 2011-13, she studied for an MA in Critical Writing in Art and Design at the RCA, during which she co-ran the podcast CAR, and co-wrote the book Butler’s Wharf: Essays on a Working Building.
Alice is currently working on her first non-fiction book on the subject of unexplained illness, intimacy and mother-daughter relationships, titled Ill Feelings.