Tace Stevens is a Noongar and Spinifex visual storyteller...
Tace Stevens is a Noongar and Spinifex visual storyteller from Western Australia. She uses photography and film to explore this world, and to better understand who she is, as an Aboriginal woman. Building strong relationships with those she photographs allows her work to have a sense of authenticity and truth.

In 2023, Stevens' received a grant from Magnum Foundation and the World Monument Fund, to work with the Survivors of the Kinchela Boys Home, a state-run institution that forcibly removed hundreds of Indigenous boys from their families between 1924 and 1970. This body of work, We Were Just Little Boys, is currently exhibiting at the Centre of Contemporary Photography as part of PHOTO 2024.

  • Bachelor of Screen Production, Australian Film and Television Radio School
  • Diploma of Creative and Indigenous Writing, Charles Darwin University

  • 2024. Only The Future Revisits The Past; group exhibition at Centre for Contemporary Photography, Naarm/Melbourne. Curated by Catlin Langford for PHOTO 2024. 
  • 2023. See My World; group exhibition at QVI, Boorloo/Perth CBD. Curated by Tui Raven for Artify.
  • 2023. Blak Lens Collective; group exhibition at Liberty Place, Gadigal/Sydney. Curated by aMBUSH Gallery. 
  • 2021. First Sight; group exhibition at Paddington Reservoir Gardens, Gadigal/Sydney. Curated by Moshe Rosenzveig for Head On Photo Festival. 

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