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Steel, Gregory
Carmel, IN 46033
garvagh@gmail.com
www.gregorysteel.com
Description
The art of ideas is fundamental to Steelís working process and is at the heart of his work to date. For Steel, art and life are not separate spheres. Instead, his art is only of extension of whom he is, and thus is fully integrated into his life. Navigating academic discourse and the Modernist dilemma, Steel soon came to depend on his instinct that art is an internal process. His influences include Marcel Duchamp, Joseph Beuys, Lawrence Weiner and Allan Kaprow. Experience, rather than individual created objects, is foremost in Steelís work. To this end, Steel employs a variety of materials and techniques in his art, including object making, digital imaging, book publishing, installation, and new technology.
Background
1998 I received a BFA from Center for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI. In 2001 I received my MFA from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Since 2005 I have been teaching art at Indiana University.
Awards
2003
Associated Acedemician, Accademia Internazionale, Greci Marino, Accademia Del Verbano, Di Lettere, Arti, Sciences
2001
Fullbright to Ireland, named first alternate
1998
Benson & Edith Ford Scholarship, Center for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI Center for Creative Studies Merit Scholarship, Center for Creative Studies,Detroit,MI
1997
Benson & Edith Ford Scholarship, Center for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI Center for Creative Studies Merit Scholarship, Center for Creative Studies,Detroit,MI
1996
Scarab Club Gold Medal Show, Honorable Mention, Scarab Club, Detroit, MI
Services Offered
  • Exhibitions/Demonstrations
  • Offer Works for Sale
  • Speaking About My Work Before a Group
  • Performances
Availability
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Fees
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