Patryk Stasieczek is an LGBTQ visual artist living in Montréal, Quebec, Canada. He holds an MFA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design, and a BFA from Concordia University. From 2014 - 2016 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 recently completed a visiting full-time faculty member at Concordia University and previously held a sessional faculty position at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. His practice is located within re-framing the photographic as an iterative and transdisciplinary material that is oriented through the embodied arms of curation, education, installation, and subsequent documentation. He has exhibited nationally and abroad, showcasing work most recently at Centre Clark (CA), and additionally at Soil Gallery (USA), Access Gallery (CA), Galerie Les Territoires (CA), Charles H. Scott Gallery (CA), Eastern Bloc (CA), FIELD Contemporary (CA), Interstitial (USA), and the FOFA Gallery (CA). A selected Canadian finalist for Flash Forward’s 2017 emerging photography competition, in 2015 he was nominated for Henry Art Gallery's BRINK award. His work was also featured as the cover for Hong-Kong based Pipeline Magazine’s 2014 Juried Photography Issue.

He is currently represented by Wil Aballe Art Projects in Vancouver, BC.