Samuel de Lange (b. 1989, Woodstock, Ontario) graduated from the University of Guelph with a BA (Honours) in Studio Art and a minor in Art History (2014). His work was recently featured at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto, Ontario as the national winner of the 2014 BMO 1st Art! prize. In 2014, he participated in residencies at the Hochschule fur Kunst in Bremen, Germany, and YYZ Artists’ Outlet in Toronto. He has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally. Recent solo exhibitions include One Night Stand (with Sam de Lange), at Immigration Office in Bremen, Germany and The Lamp and the Laboratory at Zavitz Gallery, Guelph, Ontario. Upcoming group exhibitions include Making Do (or how to turn lead into gold) presented as part of Kazoo! fest, Guelph, Black is the ultimate. Black eclipses everything. at Afterhours Projects, Toronto, and Default Programming at Lakeshore Arts, Etobicoke. His projects have been featured in several online and print publications, most recently appearing in the Fall/Winter issue of Border Crossings magazine. de Lange currently lives and works in Toronto, but continues to maintain a darkroom practice in Guelph.