Cradeaux Alexander is an artist currently living and working in London across visual art, performance and theatre. Originally from Los Angeles, he's studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute (Performance) in New York, and has degrees in fine art from Chelsea College of Art (BA) and Royal College of Art (MA) in London. He is currently a researcher at Royal College of Art, researching a practice-based PhD with a focus on performance and the event. He is also the Artistic Director of LUXE, a UK-registered charity making and presenting new works of performance and theatre. His work has been shown in the USA, the UK and Japan in museums, galleries and theatres including Freud Museum, The Chelsea Theatre, Dilston Grove, Testbed Gallery, and Tokyo Wondersite. His work has been granted awards by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, The Peg Santvoord Foundation and The Editch C. Blum Foundation. His work on Pablo Picasso's 'Desire Caught by the Tail' was recently featured on CNN International News and the BBC 4 Front Row broadcast.