Eija Loponen-Stephenson
(b.1997)

Education

2015-2020 BFA, Sculpture/Installation, OCAD University, Toronto.

Duo Exhibitions

2020 Once Very Familiar, curated by Chelsea Rozansky. United Contemporary, Toronto.

2017 Recalibrating Through Deconstruction, curated by Max Lester and Eija Loponen-Stephenson. Canary District Gallery, Toronto.

Group Shows 

(Upcoming) April 27- March 12, 2020 Modes of  Inhabiting, Beaver Hall Gallery, Toronto. 

2019 Resistance:Roundtable Residency Exhibition. Dragon Academy, Toronto.

2019 Delivery Notice, curated by Sandy Callander. Beaver Hall Gallery, Toronto. 

2018 Wayfinding: Identity in the Kootenays. Oxygen Arts Center, Nelson, BC.

2018 bio/power. Ada Slaight Gallery, Toronto. 

2017 UN/ENTITLED, curated by Tamar Bresge. 642 Queen West, Toronto.

2017 Festival of the Body. OCAD University, Toronto. 

Publication

2019 "How to (mis)use Everyday Objects: An introductory instruction manual on how to practice soft resistance towards object-programmed motion", Roundtable residency publication, Toronto. 

2017 "CROCHET", Zero Savage Magazine, London, ON. 

Residencies 

2019 Roundtable Residency, Dragon Academy, Toronto. 

2016 Cottage University, Coordinated by Sean Smith with the Department of Biological Flow, Verona, ON. 

Awards 

2015-Present Dean's List, OCAD University, Toronto. 

2015-2019 Ada Slaight Scholarship, Slaight Foundation, Toronto.

Related Experience

2019-Present Gallery Assistant, Ignite Gallery, Toronto.

2015 Curatorial Assistant, FIGMENT, Toronto.

2014-2015 Administrative Assistant, Salmo Valley Public Library, Salmo. BC. 

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