In his artistic work, Stefan Reiss has been researching drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, projection and light as an artistic medium for over ten years. The basis of all his work is the exploration of the theme of transformation. Stefan Reiss understands transformation as a multidimensional process of analogue as well as digital realms. The focus is on human perception, with the whole body and all the senses. Digital tools and human comprehension stimulate each other reciprocally and connect art and technology, research and innovation, interdisciplinarity and immersion.

Stefan Reiss studied Fine Arts / Sculpture at the Weissensee Kunsthochschule in Berlin (Germany) and attended the master class with Prof. Inge Mahn and Prof. Berndt Wilde.
He is a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors (London, UK), lives and works in Berlin. He's represented by Galerie Probst, Berlin.

His works were shown in international exhibitions at Amsterdam Light Festival (NL), Light Night Leeds, Leeds Digital Festival (UK), Canary Wharf Summer Lights (London, UK), SPACE & Vision Redbridge Digital Public Art exhibition (London, UK), Museum of Contemporary Art (Shanghai, CN), Digital Public Art Festival „Light Up Bashu“ (Chengdu, CN), Today Art Museum (Beijing, CN), Die Blaue Nacht (Nuremberg, DE), European Media Art Festival (Osnabrueck, DE), Himmel unter Berlin (Berlin, DE), Ortung 12 (Schwabach, DE), Periscope (Salzburg, AT) and many more.

Stefan Reiss received distinguished awards, such as the CODA Awards Merit Award (Institutional, Madison USA, 2020), the Trades District Public Art RFQ (Bloomington, USA, 2019), the LIT Award Honorable Mentions (Los Angeles, USA, 2019), the SPACE & Vision Redbridge Culture & Leisure Commission (London, UK, 2018) and the Audience Award of Die Blaue Nacht (Nuremberg, DE, 2017). His work has been selected for numerous competitions such as Giralda Sky Public Art Commission (Coral Gables, USA, 2019), Lumen Prize (London, UK, 2016), LYNX Prize (Trieste, IT, 2016), Aesthetica Art Prize (York, UK, 2019 & 2017) and Warsteiner Bloom Award (Cologne, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019) and many more.