A native of Montreal, Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the Alberta College of Art & Design in 2000, and received his Master of Fine Arts degree at Concordia University in 2008.  Currently residing in Calgary, Alberta, Statz’s work has been shown across Canada, the United States, and Europe. I

Dimension May Vary

Statement: I have made a series of black and white artworks comprised of found-objects, canvases, panels, framed paper works and wooden boxes; in these works, brush-painted acrylic surfaces give texture to skin and coat animal figurines, books, bones, boxes, bottles, skulls, tools, toys, etc. Arranging modular components in changeable variations,

La Jeunesse de Demain: The Youth of Tomorrow

Mikhail’s work often explores the narratives created within a local community though street-level interventions. His interest in strengthening daily interactions through a shared experience stems from a sense of creative optimism for the future. An aspect of his practice involves painting wood panels, installing them around cities, and taking photos


Canadian interdisciplinary artist and arts administrator. His work has been exhibited across Canada; most recently in the Project Room at Stride Gallery (Calgary) and as part of Nuit Blanche 2012 in Montreal. In addition to his studio practice, McLeod maintains an active role in the arts community as the Programming Director & Co‐Founder of


A series of small scale works that attempts to deal with concepts of identity, singularity and the change(s) that can occur when singularity is thrust into a relationship with “another”. An intimate exploration looking at those outside forces can challenge or add to ones natural state of oneness. Heavily influenced