Alex Dodge’s work in painting, print, and sculpture has consistently explored the promise of technology as it interacts with and redefines the human body. His painted images are generated using a range of virtual systems and traditional tools, but ultimately rendered in thick layers of oil paint using laser-cut stencils. Other works involve stamped relief block printing, screenprinting with tactile braille ink, and traditional Ukiyo-e cut block printing. Working across mediums and often with imagery laden with textile patterns, his work implies that technology transcends cultural contexts.View CV
BB&M Gallery Presents 'Dream Life'
Shawn Ghassemitari reviewed Dream Life, a group show including work by Alex Dodge, for HyperArt.
Alex Dodge Public Art Project in Columbus, Ohio
Alex Dodge’s first ever public art project is now on view in Columbus, Ohio, as a part of the new Astor Park Project and commissioned by The Pizzuti Companies.
Dodge developed this new text design specifically for these murals, which then allowed him to repurpose it to create recent paintings like “Self-Driving Cars” (on view at in a two person show with Tom LaDuke Miles McEnery Gallery in NYC, through June 4) and “Catastrophic Systems Failure” (on view in a group show curated by Dan Cameron at BB&M Gallery in Seoul, Korea, through July 2)
Alex Dodge on Sound and Vision Podcast
Alex Dodge in Group Show at BB&M Gallery, Seoul
Alex Dodge has paintings included in Dream Life, a group show at BB&M Gallery in Seoul, South Korea. The exhibition is on view from May 21 - July 2, 2022.
RISD Museum Acquires Alex Dodge Painting
The RISD Museum has acquired Alex Dodge’s painting “Study For INTERNET, no.2,” 2020 for its permanent collection.
Alex Dodge: Synthetic/Mystical
Edition 9 of klausgallery.cloud focuses on Alex Dodge in the studio. Read about the process and ideas behind the work in his 2020 exhibition at Klaus.
Alex Dodge Exhibition Catalog, 2020
Sampling Ourselves: A Conversation with Alex Dodge
Kate McQuillen interviews Alex Dodge about his practice for the Art in Print, "Machine Learning" edition.
Whitney Acquires Alex Dodge work
Human-Assisted Simulations of a Universal Will to Become (Simulation 9), 2014 and Functional Models of Self Realization (sammai-gumi) 6, 2014. Both pieces exhibited at the museum in the exhibition Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art, 1965–2018