Alice Joiner (b. 1993, UK) is a London-based artist primarily working with photography. Her work presents intimate relationships, mostly between young women, and explores a sense of emergence into their own bodies and sexual beings. The work, which is of a diaristic nature, has been developed from a place of observation and a sense of understanding one’s own body and connection with others. Joiner graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2017, and held her third solo show, Loving the Fire, at 5th Base Gallery, London, 2018. Her work has featured in numerous group shows; most recently she was selected for The Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize Exhibition 2019 at Piano Nobile, Kings Place Gallery, London. She was listed for the Aesthetica Art Prize, 2018, as well as being selected as a finalist in the Lensculture Portrait Awards, 2018, where her work was on display at Photo London. She also exhibited as part of The Great Women Artists: Women on Instagram at Mother London, 2017 and Peaches and Cream, in association with Millennium Images at Photofusion, London, 2017, where she was nominated for the Peaches and Cream Award. She has also exhibited at The Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles, as part of the group show Girlgaze: A Frame of Mind in 2016, which was curated by Amanda de Cadenet, Collier Schorr, Sam Taylor-Johnson, Amber Valletta, Inez van Lamsweerde, Amy Astley and Lynsey Addario. Joiner is an ambassador for Girlgaze, an all-female curated platform supporting young women behind the lens, and has been featured by the likes of GurlsTalk, Refinery29, i-D and AnOther.