Oliver Pauk's work centres around photographic, sculptural, and video-based elements straddling the boundary between physical and digital art. His specific interest lies in exploring the ways in which digitally captured objects can be translated back into the physical realm.

Objects in a digital state can fluctuate between mediums as they are edited and reformatted, allowing Pauk to engage with this idea by presenting his work across various mediums. Oliver is based in Toronto and holds an Honours BA in Economics from the University of Toronto.

Oliver Pauk's work has been featured in exhibitions and projects in numerous national and international venues including: Volta 12 Basel; Mercer Union Toronto; Art Gallery of Ontario; Angell Gallery; Patrick Mikhail Gallery; Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF); Gardiner Museum Toronto; Art Gallery of Mississauga; York University; 2012 Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival; Drake Hotel Toronto; Strychnin Gallery Berlin; and Gallery 44. He is the Founder and Director, Akin Collective in Toronto. Reviews and critical discourses of his work have appeared in the Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, Canadian Art Online, TOM* Magazine, TVO's The Agenda, CBC Radio, Art F City, Ion Magazine. He is the recipient of the 2014 Award of Excellence in Exhibitions from the Ontario Museum Association.