Graham Stevens (London, United Kingdom, 1944) is an English architect-artist. He studied architecture, art, and environmental science in climatology at the University of Sheffield in the 1960s. In his practice, Graham Stevens uses air as his artistic medium and sees the symbiosis between art and science as an essential element to formulate an environmental utopia. He creates inflatable forms and environments that engage in a dialogue between poetry and hyper-technology.
The artist is also greatly inspired by courses in psychology of perception, particularly the human relationship with the physical forces of nature. His works are present in the collections of the Centre Georges Pompidou/Musée national d’art moderne and the FRAC Centre.