Steven K. Tucker (b.1995) is an artist based in Toronto.
Often navigating the space between sculpture and design, Tucker utilizes the framework of everyday objects to create works that embrace the chaotic, decadent, and grotesque. His highly experimental approach combines craft methodologies and gestural sculpture techniques to render found objects and waste materials.
A process-oriented maker, Tucker’s growing visual language draws upon modularity, fusion, and rupture to create objects seemingly engaged in active metamorphoses. His work reveals a deep concern for the politics of functionality and place-making and a desire to explore alternate experiences through the repositioning of everyday objects and their given contexts.