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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New Zealand Arts Review
Surfacing by John Daly–Peoples

Switch by Elisha Masemann

Isometria by David Edmundson 

Read T.J McNamara's NZ Herald
review of Plot online here.

Read T.J McNamara's NZ Herald
review of Frame online here.