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April 20 @ 10:00 am - May 12 @ 9:00 pm

Initially inspired by the online connections formed during the pandemic lockdown, Stephanie Camille’s art delves into the intersections of digital and physical existence. Rooted in the introspections from her journal during the initial lonely months, she explores those realities through metaphorical ‘windows’ using recognizable digital interfaces. Blending traditional mediums like oil and gouache, Connect is a journey of self-discovery, unraveling the complexities of isolation, loneliness, and routine. On one end, screens trap us, but on the other end, we can fall in love with our only connection to the people we yearn to be physically near.

Presented by Studio 180 Theatre and the Feminist Art Collective. Stephanie Camille is an artist currently residing in the GTA and is currently finishing up her MFA at OCAD University. Oil paint, being Stephanie’s preferred medium, has a ‘timeless,’ adaptable-yet-ridged, and romantic quality that Stephanie loves juxtaposing with her modern, vibrant aesthetic. She has previously experimented with digital collage and interventions during the pandemic when everything was online-focused. Inspired by bright, saturated colours, Stephanie paints technicolour portraits that connect to her current topic of focus for her thesis: hyperfemininity and girly-girl aesthetics. Learn more about Stephanie’s work here.

Presented in conjunction the Canadian Premiere of FOUR MINUTES TWELVE SECONDS by James Fritz and directed by Mark McGrinder.


April 20 @ 10:00 am
May 12 @ 9:00 pm
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Studio 180 Theatre
19 Madison Ave, Third Floor
Toronto, ON Canada
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