Alicia King is an Australian interdisciplinary artist. Her practice explores biological relationships between humans, animals and the wider environment, and alludes to that which generally lies outside of the everyday category of the ‘living’. In 2009 Alicia was awarded a PhD - Transformations of the flesh; rupturing embodiment through biotechnology - an artistic exploration of relationships between biotech practices and the physical, ethical and ritual human and animal body. Her practice spans sculpture, video, biotech, installation and performance. In recent years she has developed biotech art projects at SymbioticA, as well as the University of Tasmania School of Medicine, and the Vrij University Amsterdam. Alicia has exhibited throughout Australia and beyond, most recently in VISCERAL, at Science Gallery, Dublin. She is recipient of various state and national funding grants, and international Residencies including the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris; Vrij Glas Foundation, Amsterdam; and Foundation B.A.D, Rotterdam. She is represented in the Fehily Contemporary and MONA Museum Collections.