a. Patryk Stasieczek, Inverse Light, Centre Clark, 2018, photographic installation, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist and Wil Aballe Art Projects.

Patryk Stasieczek
Radius, 2017

Patryk Stasieczek, Windows (à l'ancienne École des beaux-arts de Montréal), 2018 - 2020, inkjet print, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist and WAAP

Patryk Stasieczek
Radius, 2017

Patryk Stasieczek
Radius, 2017

Patryk Stasieczek, Gestured Interference (011), 2015
UV-laminated digital C-print on metallic paper

Patryk Stasieczek, Gestured Interference (001), 2015
UV-laminated digital C-print on metallic paper

Patryk Stasieczek, Gestured Interference (007), 2015
UV-laminated digital C-print on metallic paper

Patryk Stasieczek, Light Painting (Moire), 2013
UV-laminated chromogenic monotype print

Patryk Stasiecze

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a. Patryk Stasieczek, Inverse Light, Centre Clark, 2018, photographic installation, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist and Wil Aballe Art Projects.

Patryk Stasieczek
Radius, 2017

Patryk Stasieczek, Windows (à l'ancienne École des beaux-arts de Montréal), 2018 - 2020, inkjet print, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist and WAAP

Patryk Stasieczek
Radius, 2017

Patryk Stasieczek
Radius, 2017

Patryk Stasieczek, Gestured Interference (011), 2015
UV-laminated digital C-print on metallic paper

Patryk Stasieczek, Gestured Interference (001), 2015
UV-laminated digital C-print on metallic paper

Patryk Stasieczek, Gestured Interference (007), 2015
UV-laminated digital C-print on metallic paper

Patryk Stasieczek, Light Painting (Moire), 2013
UV-laminated chromogenic monotype print

Patryk Stasiecze

Patryk Stasieczek

Patryk Stasieczek is a visual artist living between lower mainland of British Colombia and Montréal, Quèbec. His practice frames the photographic as an iterative and interdisciplinary subject that is oriented through the embodied arms of curation, installation, documentation, and education. He holds an international exhibition record, national curatorial record and instructed at Emily Carr University of Art and Concordia University. He was the director and co-curator of Gallery 295 in Vancouver, BC, an exhibition space that focused on emerging photographic practices and discourses. Recent exhibitions include the Pensacola Museum of Art (2019) Centre Clark (2018), and MassivArt Chromatic (2018). In 2015 he was nominated for Henry Art Gallery’s BRINK award, and  in 2017 became a Canadian finalist for Flash Forward’s 2017 emerging photography competition.

https://www.stasieczek.net/

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