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
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.
Catalog for Purchase
Alex Dodge, Daemon-Haunted World
8 x 8 inch, 26 page, soft cover, full color book published on the occasion of the Alex Dodge, Daemon-Haunted World exhibition at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery in 2023.
The New Yorker listed Alex Dodge's solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery in the September 28, 2020 publication.
Alex Dodge: Daemon-Haunted World, Virtual Walkthrough
Whitney Acquires Alex Dodge
Wallace Ludel reviews Alex Dodge's solo show in Artforum's critics pics.
Alex Dodge on Sound and Vision Podcast
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 at the Whitney Museum
The Seduction of Inscrutable, Shrouded Paintings
Claire Voon writes about Alex Dodge’s solo show, Love May Fail, But Courtesy Will Prevail in Hyperallergic.
Museums Acquire Alex Dodge Print
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Stanford University, MFA Boston, Spencer Museum of Art, The Robert Hull Fleming Museum, and the New York Public Library has acquired Everything appears as it is, infinite, a 6 color UV screenprint published by Forth Estate.
Sampling Ourselves: A Conversation with Alex Dodge
Kate McQuillen interviews Alex Dodge about his practice for the Art in Print, "Machine Learning" edition.
MoMA Acquires Alex Dodge Work
MoMA has acquired for it’s permanent collection Alex Dodge’s New Frontiers, a portfolio with 4 plotter prints on mylar.