Alice Wong (1989) is a story designer and a specialist tutor at MA Information Design of Design Academy Eindhoven.
She focuses on translating complex information into comprehensive, sharable storytelling. Her research is rooted in understanding how our perception of reality is shaped, prompting the question: who told you so? Her principal topic of interest lies in the intersection of biographical documentary, media, and social phenomena.
Currently, she is undertaking a 12-month work placement at Atelier LUMA with curator Jan Boelen under the support of HKYDTA.
'HOW WOULD THE WORLD LOOK LIKE IF IT WERE SOLAR POWERED?' (2022)
Together with Crys Cool, we failed to find answers from existing movies, therefore we interviewed not only experts but students across disciplines to answer this question. A montage that is carefully distilled from a total amount of 1400 minutes of audio interview recordings, and paired with mainstream sunny found-footage.
Image credit: Het Nieuwe Instituut
Together with Simo Tse, we aim to play with the discrepancy of our visual and audio literacy by translating archival research to creating an artistic presentation.
Image credit: Shinji Otani & Rob Verkerk
A land-art that is beyond a singular perspective and fully embedded in NDSM-Werf.
Image credit: Rendering - Huey Hoong Chen / Photography - Benjamin Kotek
5 short videos introducing 5 Brussels-based design practices: Studio Plastique / Amandine David / Open Structures / Resourtecs / Rotor
Image credit: Severin Malaud
A 368-page book that recorded 80 people's take on the notion of happiness in 2010.
Image credit: Rosario Koon