Samuel Stewart is an artist exploring themes surrounding memory, identity and mortality and how these concepts affect us individually and collectively. While Stewart’s work is often informed by life, death and the passing of time, it is the ‘beauty in impermanence’ and search for meaning in everyday life that interests him most.


1980 Born Melbourne, Australia
2003 Bachelor of Arts (Media Arts) RMIT Melbourne (Graduated with Distinction)

Solo Exhibitions

2015 ‘Stream: A Room for the Conscious Mind’ Royal Arcade, Melbourne, Australia
2012 ‘Final Flight’ 6000m2, Fontaine l’Abbé, France
2010 ‘Untitled (Inside Looking Out)’ Bus Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
2009 ‘2056’ Seventh Gallery, Collingwood, Australia
2008 ‘Untitled (I Miss You)’ Untitled Spaces, North Carlton, Australia

Selected Group Exhibitions

2011 ‘Shelved’ Dear Patti Smith, Fitzroy, Australia
2011 ‘Penthouse Mouse’ Shed 4, Melbourne, Australia
2010 ‘We Now Pause For Technical Difficulties’ Sunshine and Grease, Collingwood, Australia
2010 ‘Penthouse Mouse’ Fun Factory, South Yarra, Australia
2009 ‘Black and White’ Pigment Gallery, Melbourne, Australia


2012 6000m2 Fontaine l’Abbé, France