Alex Quicho is a writer whose essays, fiction, and criticism have appeared in The White Review, Art Review, Canadian Art, C Magazine, Real Life, Adult, The Puritan, Broadly, and more. Her book on drones in contemporary art will be published by Zero Books in 2020.
In 2018, Alex was a recipient of the Canada Council of the Arts ‘Research and Creation’ grant. She acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $153 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.
In 2017, she graduated with an MA in Critical Writing in Art and Design from the Royal College of Art, where she focused on the intersection of art and politics. Her final major project, Small Gods, analysed changes in representation in relation to the rise of aerial technologies and was advised by Dr. Nina Power.
She is the co-editor of Meet Me In The Present, a book on archiving the ephemera of the radical left, and of Highway, an anti-disciplinary magazine on art and memory (currently on hiatus).
Born in Boston and raised in Manila and Vancouver, she currently lives in London.