About Me

Stacey Cann is a multidisciplinary artist working in Edmonton, Alberta. She has shown at the Illingworth Kerr Gallery, The Ministry of Casual Living, Latitude 53 Contemporary Art, Harcourt House Artist Run Centre and the International Print Centre New York among others. Her work involves durational elements whose mundane nature borders on the absurd, and she is interested in how we present ourselves in the commonplace of our daily life. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Print Media from Alberta College of Art and Design as well as a Masters of Arts in Art Education from Concordia University.


This work was shown in a group show at the International Print Centre New York in 2008.

This work deals with the anonymity of living in urban center. The 576 etchings are all of unique faces which creates a 8 by 8 foot wall of images that break down into a pattern and only as the viewer comes closer do each individuals features become visible.

A short stop motion was created from the prints after the exhibition. This is a sample of that animation.