Born in 1976 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Lives and works in London.
Eva Stenram studied at the Slade School of Fine Art and the Royal College of Art. She uses image manipulation in order to explore photography as a medium of flux, inconstancy and transformation. In addition to creating her own photographs, Stenram often utilizes and incorporates found imagery in order to unsettle the original functions of familiar photographic genres.
Her subjects have included pornography, CCTV, travel photography, NASA images and the family album. She has exhibited internationally, including shows at the V&A Museum, Zendai Museum of Modern Art (China), Museum of Contemporary Art Teipei (Taiwan), Seoul Museum of Art (South Korea) and Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum (India). Her work has featured in several magazines including Architectural Review, Blueprint, Source, Succour and The New Statesman.
Eva Stenram presented her work at the Rencontres d’Arles in 2012, nominated by Olivier Richon for the Discovery Award: Eva Stenram at the Atelier de Mécanique.