Blade, 2019. Windscreen wipers, variable. $1500. SOLD.
Circuit, 2019. Aluminium roll bars. $2000.
Marshmallow, 2017. Found car door, acrylic paint, 65 x 50 x 20 cm. $1500.
Kael Stasce is a Canberra based multi-disciplinary artist working predominantly in the field of sculpture and installation. Constructing abstract sculptures and assemblages, Stasce is concerned with the ways in which we view and understand space. The aim of his practice is to explore the relationship between visual perception and physical experience when viewing works of art. This is achieved by focusing on the transformation of material through paint, perspective and time.
Stasce completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts degree in Honours at the Australian National University in 2014. The same year he became a resident with Canberra Contemporary Art Space (CCAS) and in 2015 he won the Canberra Arts Patrons Organisation (CAPO) Emerging Art Award. Stasce has held 2 solo exhibitions at Tributary projects: ‘Into space’ (2017) and ‘Make do’ (2019) and recently presented a solo collection of new work at ANCA Gallery under the title ‘Art show’.