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Stephanie Murray

Concrete Studio Intern 2021

Stephanie completed her post-professional Master of Architectural Studies and holds both a Bachelor of Fine Arts and an M.Arch degree. She is now entering the Humanities PhD program at Concordia University in Montreal. Prior to her career in architecture, her creative practice centred on site specific mixed media installations comprised of porcelain, cloth, wax, paper, acrylic and ink. These constellations of media created forms that were simultaneously entropic and thriving, and negotiated the space between site and body. After finishing her degree in Fine Arts, she moved to Whitehorse, Yukon, where she worked for LuMel Studios, Northern Front Studio and Kobayashi + Zedda Architects, while continuing her art practice. Her current research interest are grounded in representations of site that generate identity and spatial narratives. Her work probes at the thresholds of ethical imaginaries through acts of making while looking at questions of authorship, inherited practices and more than human actors. Stephanie's work at CSALT was funded through Professor Boyle's CPCI Mitacs. Her work included offering student workshops focused on casting and concrete exploration over the 2021/22 year, and later included serving as advisor  for the CSALT team in the Robotic Clay exhibition.

Stephanie Murray
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