Mark Dudiak (he/him) is a Toronto-based artist whose work explores loss through painting, video, and installation. A settler born on Treaty 6 territory in Saskatoon, he holds a BFA from Emily Carr University, Vancouver and an MFA from Concordia University, Montréal. Dudiak has exhibited across Canada and Europe at venues such as ZK/U Berlin; Projet Pangée Montréal; Forest City Gallery, London, ON; Access Gallery, Vancouver; and Nuit Blanche Toronto.
From October through November, the Toronto Biennial of Art invited school groups and educators to engage with a host of newly commissioned and existing projects from over 48 Canadian and international contemporary artists. Offered for free on weekdays at the Biennial’s two main venues – the Small Arms Inspection Building…