Kael Stasce


Kael Stasce's practice combines painting and sculpture. The focus of his practice is to explore relationship between visual perception and physical experience when viewing works of art. Using industrial methods to construct objects he investigates the ways in which space can be interpreted through generating illusions of aligning perspective against a two-dimensional painted surface.



2014 Bachelor of Visual Arts Honours (Painting), Australian National University, Canberra
2013 Drawing project and critique with Karl Wiebke
2012 Big Small Painting Show in painting workshop
2011 Co-op Book Shop painting show
2011 Work shop with David Costello

Group Exhibitions

2014 Intimate Obsessions, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Manuka
2014 Graduating exhibition, ANU School of Art Gallery, Canberra
2014 Drawing Prize, ANU School of Art, Foyer Gallery, Canberra
2014 Colour Music, Drill Hall Gallery, performance with Ross Manning, Canberra
2013 Graduating Exhibition, ANU School of Art, Canberra
2013 Uncommon Ground, Honky Tonks, Canberra
2013 Housing Co-op Pop-p Exhibition, Canberra
2011 School of Art First Year Exhibition, Co-op Bookshop, Canberra
2010 Head Space, ANU School of Art, Foyer Gallery, Canberra


2014 Canberra Contemporary Art Space Residency Award
2014 Canberra Mentorship Award
2013 ACT Legislation Assembly Prize
2013 Canberra Grammar School Exhibition Award
2013 The Studio Endowment for Painting: Teaching/Technical Assistant Award