1988 Smiths Gallery, London, “The Xerox Copy”
1990 South London Gallery, London, “Open Exhibition”
1992 Camberwell College of Arts, London, “Degree Show”
1992 The London Institute Gallery, London, “Top Marks”
1996 Whitechapel Gallery, London, “The Whitechapel Open”
1996 Commercial Too, London “The Whitechapel Open”
1997 Tram Depot, London, “Actual Size”
1997 Overgaaden, Copenhagen, “Actual Size”
1999 Royal College of Art, London, “The Show”
1999 Cab Gallery, London, “Touring Exhibition”
2000 Paul E Stolper, IDC, London, “Art 2000”
2000 Atkinson Gallery, Millfield, Somerset, “Ida Branson Y2K”
2000 Study Gallery, Poole, “Fathom”
2001 Science Museum, London, “Mind Your Head”
2003 Space Station 65, London, “Thy Neighbours Ox”
2003 Design Centre, London, “Art 2003”
2004 Chambers Gallery, London, “Custodian”
2005 The Inside Gallery, London, “Wall to Wall”
2006 Aviva Building, London, “1st 2 Office”
2007 Permanent Gallery, Brighton, “No Survivors”
2007 Gulbelkian Gallery, RCA, London, “Hidden”
2007 Brighton University, “Summer Show”
2009 Gulbenkian Gallery, RCA, London “Hidden”
2009 Acquire Arts, London, “Our friendship has great potential”
2010 Newbury Arts Centre, “Bypass”
2011 Victoria and Albert Museum, London, “New Designers”
2011 Arch 402 Gallery, London, “Mrs Darling’s Kiss”
2012 Testbed, London, “A Few More Friends”

1991 Rotherhithe, London, “Portrait of J F Kennedy”
1992 J Sainsbury, Dulwich, London, “Public Sculpture”
1994 Peckham Centre, London, “Public Sculpture”
1999 Madame Tussauds, London, “ceci n’est pas la pipe de M. Holmes”
2000 Millennium Dome, London, “Awayday”
2002 Private garden, London, “The Apothecaries’ Garden”
2004 St Peter’s Church, Lancashire “St. Peter”
2006-7 Meanwhile Gardens, London “Public fountain”

1987-1989 Blackpool & Fylde College of Higher Education, Foundation Certificate in Art & Design
1989-1992 Camberwell College of Arts, BA (Hons) Fine Art, Sculpture, 1st Class (Hons)
1997-1999 Royal College of Art, London, Sculpture MA RCA

1994-1997 Sculpture Technician, BA (Joint Hons) (foundry, woodwork, metalwork, mouldmaking), The London Institute, Camberwell College of Arts, London
1998-1999 Visiting Tutor, BA(Hons) Sculpture, The London Institute, Camberwell College of Arts, London
1999-present Visiting Tutor (1st & 3rd years), BA (Hons) Fine Art, University of Brighton, Brighton
1999-2006 2nd Year Leader, BA (Hons) Sculpture, The London Institute, Camberwell College of Arts, London
2004-present Technical Tutor, MA, Royal College of Art, London

Solo shows
1999 A22 Projects, London, “Steve Bunn: New Work”
1999-2000 Battersea Park, London, “Rollercoaster”
1999 Paul Smith, London, “Window Installation”
2000 Economist Plaza, London, “Self Portrait: Ghost”
2006 Apex Gallery, London, “Summer Show”

1999 Madame Tussauds Prize for Art
1999 Battersea Park Annual Award for Sculpture

2001 “Viewpoint, issue 4 “Amusement Art – the art of fun”, Justine Harvey
2001 “Art Review, May edition “Generation Games”, Cedar Lewisohn
2001 “Friends of Battersea Park Review, issue 53 “The Sculpture Award”, Steve Bunn

Other projects
2003 Project coordinator/team leader for Odeon cinemas, “The world’s largest popcorn sculpture…EVER!”
2003-4 Project coordinator, Art and Heritage public commission
2004 Project coordinator/team leader, Permanent sculpture, St. Thomas’ Hospital grounds
2005 Project coordinator/team leader, technical advisor Solaris 10 advertisement promotional sculptures
2005 Project coordinator/team leader, technical advisor PSP RCA, commission 8 large scale sculptures for various venues
2006 Project coordinator/team leader, technical advisor BMW genuine parts commission, various venues
2006-7 Project coordinator/team leader, technical advisor, First2office sculpture project and charity event
2008 Team leader (1st Prize), RCA/Olympic Delivery Authority, Gabion Project
2008- present Project coordinator/team leader, RCA/ Olympic Delivery Authority parkland workshop
2006-present Project coordinator/technical advisor, Annual Award for Sculpture, Battersea Park, London

Other research
2003 ‘The Minimalists’ Trilogy’ – part one: Donald Judd, Dan Flavin The Chinati Foundation. Marfa, Texas. USA
2004 ‘The Minimalists’ Trilogy’ – part two: John Cage – “As Slow As Possible” St. Buchiardikirche , Halberstadt. Germany
2005 ‘The Minimalists’ Trilogy’ – part three: Norman Foster Ass. – Le Viaduct de Millau Tarn Valley. France
2006 ‘Skyscapes’ – an astrological journey: The Aurora Borealis, Gatwick – Arctic Circle
2007 ‘Skyscapes’ – an astrological journey: The Monumental Ensemble – Brancusi Tirgu Jiu, Romania
2008 ‘Skyscapes’ – an astrological journey: Walter de Maria The Lightning Field, New Mexico, USA
2008 ‘Skyscapes’ – an astrological journey: – Robert Smithson The Spiral Jetty, Utah, USA
2010 The Library of Water, Roni Horn: – Stykkisholmur, Iceland
2011 Sun Tunnels, Nancy Holt: – Utah, USA
2011 Double Negative, Michael Heizer: – Nevada, USA