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Adjunct Associate Professor Grant Stevens
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Visual Arts and Crafts
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Doctor of Philosophy (Queensland University of Technology), Graduate Certificate of Academic Practice (Queensland University of Technology)


art, digital media, language, video, visual culture, screen culture

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


Grant Stevens is a lecturer in Visual Arts. He teaches a wide range of areas, with particular focus on moving image theory and practice, as well as core academic and research skills. Stevens is also a practicing artist who uses video, sculpture, photography, drawing and installation to explore the verbal and non-verbal ‘languages’ of popular screen culture. His artworks have been exhibited widely, including at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney), the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (Melbourne) as well as in New Zealand, Italy, the UK, the USA, Singapore and China. Stevens’ PhD, completed at QUT in 2007, examined theories and practices of editing in art, film and writing. His ongoing research continues to examine the relationships between contemporary art, technology and popular visual culture. His artwork is represented by Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney.

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Grant currently coordinates units including Digital Media, Visual Arts Foundation and Honours Graduate Seminar. He also teaches in Approaches to Honours Enquiry.

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Grant is currently a board member of Metro Arts, an important and long-running multi-arts organisation. He has previously served as a board member for the Institute of Modern Art (IMA), Brisbane, as well as co-directed the artist-run gallery, The Farm, and magazine, Local Art (both 2002-2004).

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  • Stevens GW, (2013) Supermassive,
  • Stevens GW, (2013) Tranquility falls,
  • Stevens GW, (2013) Teaching digital media to digital natives, Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium of Electronic Art, ISEA2013 p1-4
  • Stevens GW, (2012) Cutting on action: Interference strategies in contemporary art practice, Interference as a strategy for art: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Transdisciplinary Imaging at the Intersections between Art, Science and Culture p261-270
  • Stevens G, (2012) Mingling, Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia (Sydney)
  • Stevens GW, (2010) The Drift, Federation Square []
  • Stevens GW, (2009) Crushing, Multiple Australian and international exhibitions []
  • Stevens GW, (2009) The Wandering, Multiple Australian and international exhibitions []
  • Stevens GW, (2008) In the Beyond, Multiple Australian and international exhibitions []
  • Stevens GW, (2007) Really Really, Multiple Australian and international exhibitions []

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Awards and recognition

Recipient of an Australia Council Grant or Australia Council Fellowship
Reference year
Studio residency undertaken at the 18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica, USA, with the support of a Skills and Arts Development Grant from the Australia Council for the Arts.