20 in stock
8″ x 10″
photogram on matte chromogenic paper
Varied Edition of 30
Courtesy the artist
By the nature of the photogram process—which involves using light-sensitive photographic paper but no camera to create an image—each number of Patryk Stasieczek’s Tactile Compositional Iteration will be a variance on the image pictured here, which is the first edition. Each subsequent edition will be a variance of a calculated attempt at generating a similar composition. Matters of chance and movement during the exposure and placement of materials onto the photographic paper will render a slightly different image each time, making each photogram a unique edition from a larger series.
Patryk Stasieczek is an LGBTQ visual artist living between Montréal, Quèbec, and Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada. He was the director and co-curator of Gallery 295 in Vancouver, BC, an exhibition space that focused on emerging photographic practices and discourses. He is part-time faculty at Concordia University and previously held a sessional faculty position at Emily Carr University of Art Design. His practice frames the photographic as an iterative and transdisciplinary subject oriented through the embodied arms of curation, installation, documentation, and education.
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