Alec Thibodeau is a multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island. His Epoch Travelers piece is a permanent work in marble located in New York City and commissioned by the NYC Department of Education and the NYC School Construction Authority Public Art for Public Schools Program, in collaboration with the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Percent for Art Program.
Alec's most recent body of work for a solo gallery show is Homunculus, a series of sculptures which appeared at 186 Carpenter in Providence. Other galleries that have shown his work include Tomato House (New York City), Secret Project Robot (New York City), Spudnik Press Cooperative (Chicago), Cade Tompkins Projects (Providence), the University of Tennessee's Ewing Gallery (Knoxville), Boston Center for the Arts Mills Gallery and the University of Alabama at Birmingham's Visual Arts Gallery.
Alec is the recipient of project grants from the LEF Foundation and the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts as well as multiple commissions from Brown University and the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities.
His work includes drawings, prints, posters (some early ones under the Ink Ape name), album covers, a collaborative graphic novel published by Soft Skull Press and Noney, an experimental currency.
As a performer Alec is a cofounder of the band String Builder along with his brother, Joel. He's an occasional guest musician in Joel's band Death Vessel.
Alec also has a history of working as a stage actor, earning along the way a Bacon number of 2.
This site serves as a portfolio for Alec's recent and past work in visual art. He currently has items for sale through his online shop: Huetown.
Photographs of Epoch Travelers by Scott Lapham and Debora Dormody|