Stacey Steers

Stacey Steers is known for her process-driven, labor-intensive animated films composed of thousands of handmade works on paper. Her recent work employs images appropriated from early cinematic sources, from which she constructs original, experimental narratives.

Steers’ animated short films have screened widely throughout the U.S. and abroad and have received numerous awards. Her films have been included in many festivals, such as Sundance and Telluride, and screened at the National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.), and MoMA. She was the focus of a major retrospective at the 2015 Annecy Festival of Animation in Annecy France and received the Brakhage Vision Award at the 2012 Denver International Film Festival.

Recently, Steers has expanded her work to include collaborative installations that join invented, three-dimensional production elements with film loops, creating new context for experiencing her films. Steers’ installation work has been exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery (Washington, D.C.), the Denver Art Museum, and the Hamburger Kunsthalle in Hamburg, Germany, among other venues and has been collected widely.