Born: 1980, Brisbane, Queensland. Lives and works Sydney, New South Wales
Grant Stevens is an Australian artist based in Sydney. Working predominantly with moving image, photography, and installation, his art practice explores the intersections of emerging digital technologies, wellness culture, and experiences of selfhood. He has exhibited widely in Australia and internationally, and held numerous solo exhibitions in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and the United States. Stevens’ computer-generated artwork The Mountain featured in the group exhibition After Technology at UTS Gallery in 2019, which considered how Australian artists have registered the rise of technologies since the 1990s.
In 2007, Stevens received his PhD from the Queensland University of Technology and has subsequently held a number of academic positions. He is currently Deputy Head of School (Art) at UNSW Art & Design, and his work is represented by Sullivan + Strumpf, Sydney, and Starkwhite, Auckland.
Stevens’ work is held in many collections, including Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane; Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria; Kaldor Collection, Sydney; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; and Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas.