Kathryn Stevens

Kathryn Stevens works are inspired by architecture and the urban environment: the layers of mesh framing and scaffolding interacting with surfaces:glass, concrete and steel.  In the earlier works there was a deliberate ambiguity in the drawing. The grids, and the planes they implied, required that the viewer co-create the space. The now more dominant foreground grid gives more clarity, emphasizing the act of looking. The interface between the viewer and the painting is more evident; we are looking from a real space into a possible one.


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Switch, 2018
by Elisha Masemann

Isometria, 2016
by David Edmundson 

9 August, 2014
Read T.J McNamara's NZ Herald
review of Plot online here.

30 October, 2010
Read T.J McNamara's NZ Herald
review of Frame online here.