Publication of a group exhibition addressing how Canadian-based women artists contribute to contemporary moving image culture, particularly in terms of producing the thinking image. Essays by leading artists and critics provide a rich account of video art and experimental film in the Canadian context and the impact of Canadian-based work within transnational spheres. Participating artists: Maureen Bradley, Dana Claxton, Allyson Mitchell and b. h. Yael.
McMaster Museum of Art (01/2010)
56 pp 32 col. ill. 10 x 8 in softcover
Edited by Janice Hladki. Essays by Lisa Steele, Jeremy Todd, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Richard Fung & Patricia R. Zimmermann