Alex Seton

Born 1977, Sydney. Lives and works Sydney


Alex Seton is a multidisciplinary artist working in sculpture, photography, video and installation, best known for his use of marble carving. He maintains an interest in materiality and the performative object, inviting interplay and exchange between objects, bodies, and ideas.

His work is held in collections including the National Gallery of Australia; Artbank; Art Gallery of South Australia; Australian War Memorial; Newcastle Art Gallery; Bendigo Art Gallery; the Danish Royal Art Collection, Copenhagen; HBO Collection, New York; and numerous other private and public collections.

Represented by Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney and Singapore.

Seton’s studio focused on experiments exploring how the virtual reality experience could change the audiences sense of their body in space.  This included a spatial sculpting experiment, and a vertigo-inducing plank walk scenario, among others.