Bruce Montcombroux is an artist and writer who invites stories about other people's lives and not having a fixed address. As an artist, Montcombroux explores topics about absence, the loss of memory, and how stories are reinvented over time. Montcombroux’s art is manifested though interactive sculptural installations and drawing. Montcombroux sources visual cues from the mechanical, failed utopian architecture, and the century-old practice of museum dioramas. Montcombroux is fascinated by the discarnate, or not having a physical body, and provisional or hybrid habitats. Montcombroux’s concerns are prompted by a past of immigration, frequent moves, residing remote locations, and temporary living situations.

Select works are available through The Gallery / art placement inc., Saskatoon SK

Bruce Montcombroux gratefully acknowledges support from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and the Saskatchewan Arts Board.