Steven Dufala

Steven Dufala is a multidisciplinary artist based in Philadelphia. While he works primarily in collaboration with his brother Billy, he also works on as many other projects in as many other fields as possible, being drawn in particular to works that explore overlapping concerns of various disciplines. He makes drawings, clothes, furniture, prints, music, sculpture, photos, books, and thinks an awful lot about what all these things have in common and what on earth people do with them. steven has been working intermittently with dance and theater as a designer for more than 20 years, and over this time has worked with Pig Iron Theatre Co., Ballet X, Kate Watson-Wallace, Geoff Sobelle, Thaddeus Phillips and others. With his brother Billy, he received an OBIE award for design with rainpan 43’s machines Machines Machines Machines  Machines Machines Machines. Steven and Billy co-taught sculpture at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 15 years and are represented by the Fleisher-Ollman Gallery in Philadelphia. Their work is in the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the West Collection, and many private collections.