~Artist ~ Sculptor ~ Researcher~
About Alec Stevens
Alec Stevens' sculptures and installations reveal a playful quality in the daily world around us. He fuses craft practice (in particular, fine wood carving) and fine art thinking to create works which are humorous, revealing and thought-provoking. While exploring ideas, whether linked to a specific historic location or to the urban setting, he uses wood and emerging technology to create dramatic experiences that unlock hidden or overlooked narratives.
Trusted by museums, archives and the National Trust for a decade, Stevens' practice is finely tuned to enrich and enhance any public facing organisation steeped in stories, intrigue and tradition.
Stevens is currently displaying 3 sculptures within the London Wetland Centre that will be displayed until Sept 2021, is Remote Artist in Residence at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation and long term Resident Artist within the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol.
Stevens is currently being supported by the Covid-19 Emergency Support Grant from Arts Council England.