Developing out of an intuitive process, the imagery for this body of work originates from a combination of broken/damaged objects, hardware, old photographs and discarded technology. This ongoing body of work explores relationships between technology, religion, consumerism, history, violence, hope, innocence and human connections.

A graduate of OCADU's Drawing & Painting program in 2012, Stevenson’s work embraces the use of non-linear narratives and a naïve aesthetic. She views the work as a by-product of the process; Attempting to understand the world we live in, and how the proliferation of black and white viewpoints has led to the increasing dehumanization of those whose faces do not directly reflect our own. Working on surfaces that have lost their utilitarian purpose or paper, she strives to open a dialogue with the viewer, the work and society.

photo credit: Denny Scott

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