All Together Now is proud to present Roofless, the first solo exhibition of Fraser Stewart (UK 1986). Fraser Stewart’s practice involves performance, sculpture, photography and film. The notion of the sublime is continuously present in the work of Fraser Stewart. He exposes his artistic tools, his own physicality and narratives to the laws of physics.
Although the sublime is an important notion in the work of the artist, Fraser Stewart is in control of his materials, the events he creates and the natural forces he uses to shape his work. He is the all-seeing director of his narratives and forms, and is able to find a subtle way of balancing his narratives between the tragic and humoristic.
Fraser Stewart is a resident at the Rijksakademie voor Beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam (2014 – 2015). He had performances at museums and institutions throughout Europe and participated in several group exhibitions. Fraser Stewart received his BA with honours at Leeds Met University School of Contemporary Art and Graphic Design and got his Masters at the Dutch Art Institute (DAI) in Arnhem.