Stephen Fiehn is an artist working in collaboration, performance, sound, visual art, and writing.
He co-founded the collaborative art duo Cupola Bobber in 2000 and the electro-acoustic sound group Fessenden in 2005. Other recent collaborative projects include: Let us think of these things always. Let us speak of them never. with Every house has a door, Singular Forms (Sometimes Repeated) with Sylvain Chauveau, and Something That Has Form And Something That Does Not with ON and Christian Fennesz. His work has been shown across the US and Europe. Venue highlights include Steirischer Herbst Festival in Graz, Künsthaus Mousontrum in Frankfurt am Main, Nationaltheater Mannheim, Chelsea Theatre in London, In Between Time Festival in Bristol, Fusebox Festival in Austin, PS122 and CUE Arts Foundation in NY. He has received commissions and support for various projects from Steirischer Herbst Festival, Nationaltheatre Mannheim, In Between Time Productions, and NPN with Links Hall and PS122. He was an International Artist Fellow at Lancaster University in 2007 and awarded a MacDowell Colony residency in the summer of 2010. Most recently, Stephen has worked as a teaching artist with Brooklyn's Center For Urban Pedagogy (CUP) and has been awarded a Swing Space residency by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council to begin work on Cupola Bobber’s sixth evening length performance.