• Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 23 September 2022

    Let's speak about the in-situ curation of my art installation ‘Untitled (111 Subjects)’, including the sea of data, the hidden viewing station with one-way mirror, and the audio installation...

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 5 September 2022

    Hazy grey bars, wrappings with wax thread, deconstruction and three random words - the thought provoking details of ‘Untitled (111 Subjects)’ ...

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 24 August 2022

    I can’t tell you how happy I am that after months of work, the ‘Final Major Project’ of my MA Fine Art is finally done!

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 10 August 2022

    I am really interested in exploring the algorithmic gaze in relation to power and control with my work. This is something ...

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 23 July 2022

    My work often uses the algorithmic gaze as an instrument to help examine and make sense of the world by looking beyond the surface, both...

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 10 July 2022

    I love looking at the work of other artists working at the interface of art & medicine, including Helen Chadwick, whose...

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 28 June 2022

    A few days ago, we installed a group exhibition in London called 'Decrypt'. It's shown at arguably London's most atmospheric exhibition...

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 19 June 2022

    My sculptural work ‘Deep See’ is currently at show in an outdoor art exhibition put on by Surrey Hills Art.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 22 May 2022

    I had the pleasure to see Ai Weiwei’s work at Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge recently, but the irony wasn't lost on me that...

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 11 May 2022

    ‘Polyvalent 1 & 2’ are two site specific works that were created in a collaboration between myself and artist and filmmaker Rukiah Zakaria.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 19 April 2022

    As part of my MA Fine Art course, we recently went on a tour of London West End galleries – you may call it an art marathon...

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 10 April 2022

    Just a quick note to make you aware of work exploring the theme 'Mother Tongue' currently on show at the James Hockey Gallery Farnham.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 25 March 2022

    Have you heard of Trataka, candle flame gazing meditation? Try out a digital version by watching 'Vanishing Traces'.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 12 March 2022

    We are all aware of the term surveillance, but have you heard of sousveillance? And what about 'peerveillance'?

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 23 February 2022

    Thoughts on our upcoming group show in Jane Austen house in Chawton - the first contemporary art exhibition they have ever done.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 9 February 2022

    In the James Hockey Gallery, there is currently an exhibition on, called ‘Documents from the edges of conflict’ that I can highly recommend.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 22 January 2022

    The embodied self is not explored in isolation, as my work investigates the embodied experience in a marked period of history.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 4 January 2022

    As part of my current MA in Fine Art, I have been exploring the sense of self and identity in relation to embodied experience.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 20 December 2021

    You may have noticed that my work often makes use of grids and repetition. And I am of course not the only artist who made grids their own.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 8 December 2021

    While I have thought a lot about systems and activism in the past year, my interest in performance is more recent.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 26 November 2021

    While many artists hate the dirty mess of printmaking, it turns out that I really love it. Here is why...

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 10 November 2021

    While I always assumed that I hate Josef Beuys (apologies…), it seems I may in fact be in love with Beuys’ work.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 23 October 2021

    My visit to ‘The Factory Project’, a huge, curated art event in a derelict warehouse in London's East End.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 4 October 2021

    I’m excited to announce I’ve donated two pieces of art to a Secret Postcard Auction in support of mental health charity CombatStress.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 16 September 2021

    ‘At Faith Value’ investigates the current censorship of 'dissenting' opinions and the death of the scientific method.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 12 August 2021

    Is the Cristian ichthys (fish) symbol really derived from Vagina Power?

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 14 July 2021

    My fine art collage polyptych 'Birds, X-Men & Jesus' being shown at Safehouse London.

  • Stef Will

    Stef Will

    • 23 June 2021