Jana Sterbak is an internationally renown artist who began her multidisciplinary practice after studying Fine Arts at Concordia University. She quickly garnered fame for her provocative works that reference our precarious and ephemeral existence. Drawing from a vast range of mediums and materials, including glass, bronze, photography, film, cast chocolate and human hair, Sterbak creates sculptures and installations that contain a multitude of references.

Generic Man, 1987-1989, printed of 2002, Duratran display transparency and light box.
© Jana Sterbak • Photo: Richard-Max Tremblay