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Complete audio of the interview with Gary Stevens
Gary Stevens is a lecturer at the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL and ran a regular monthly Performance Lab at Artsadmin from 1999 to 2009. He won a Paul Hamlyn Award for Visual Arts in 1998, a Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts Award in 1996 and a One to One bursary from the Live Art Development Agency in 2005. He has taught in many art schools as a regular visiting Visual Art tutor, including: Byam Shaw, Goldsmiths, Middlesex and Wimbledon. Recent live works include Flock, 2005 and Ape, 2007. Video installations Slow Life and Wake Up and Hide, were commissioned and first shown at Matt’s Gallery, London in 2003 and 2007 respectively and have toured internationally. Stevens is also touring smaller and solo pieces such as Not Tony, 2004.