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PRIZE WINNERS

Krista Svalbonas - I Winner

Krista has a longstanding interest in architecture, particularly urban environments. Her past work has dealt with low-income housing complexes and modernist architectural ideals, and has drawn from ideas by Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, and Soviet architecture, as well as the phenomenology of space. She is fascinated by the language of spatial relationships and by the effect of architectural forms and structure on the psychology of the human environment.

Stephen Doyle - II Winner

Queer identity and queer culture, as well as the representation of sexual identity and orientation through drawing, painting, and installation art, are at the core of Stephen Doyle’s practice. In fact, Doyle has portrayed only LGBTQI+ individuals within his work in an effort to establish a queer identity within contemporary portraiture. His figurative work has thus far led him to the UK, Spain, and Russia in a quest to add the weight of authenticity to his practice by experiencing the realities that his sitters face on a daily basis.

Hania Farrell - III Winner

Born in Beirut, visual artist Hania Farrell sets out to challenge and expand the medium of photography by creating immersive and multimedia environments. She creates spaces of inner reflection, which are somehow suspended, often sharing a third-space quality. Contemplation is found within the architectural features captured in a photograph, amongst the small crowds populating her group portraits and within the complex intricacies of her photo collages and installations.

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