Stephen Pusey (born 1952) is an artist. After graduating from Saint Martins School of Art in London in 1975, Pusey created monumental public murals around London, including the Brixton Academy mural until the end of the decade. In 1986 he emigrated to New York, USA. Although his New York debut at P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center was an exhibition of paintings, by the early 1990s the focus of his work again became public art - using digital media and the world wide web.
In 1994 he founded the online art and discussion hub, Plexus, with curator Yu Yeon Kim with whom he curated, "Omnizone, Perspectives in Mapping Digital Culture", in 1997. In 1996 he also helped establish, with other online organizations, the Foundation for Digital Culture. Stephen Pusey's current works are large abstract paintings that contain a linear flux of shifting forms.
- Video of the artist discussing his work.
- “Global Intersections: New Cultural Practices”; paper presented at Kitchen NYC
- “Omnizone Tries to Map the Unmappable”; Matthew Mirapaul, New York Times
- "Omnizone" at Guggenheim Museum Cyberatlas
- GUIDED BY INVOICES
- “Omnizone” - Stephen Pusey and Yu Yeon Kim; Intelligent Agent (Vol. 2.2)
- “Community Murals - The Peoples Art”, Dr. Alan W. Barnett, The Art Alliance Press, U.S.A.
- “Street Murals of America, Britain & Western Europe”, Volker Barthelmeh, Penguin Publishing
- “L’Art Public” Francoise Chatel, Ministerie Des Relations Exteriors, Paris
- “The Complete Guide to Painting & Drawing Techniques & Materials” Colin Hayes, Phaidon
- “Painting The Town”, Graham Cooper, Phaidon, London