Media History

Our videos are distributed internationally within art galleries, museums, video production centres, festivals, universities and community events.

Collections (Selected)

Canadian Trade Office (Taipei, Taiwan)
Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada)
Governement of the Northwest Territories (Canada)
Harvard Film Archive (Boston, USA)
Hochschule fur Musik (Munich, Germany)
Ontario College of Art and Design (Toronto, Canada)
National Museum of the American Indian (New York, USA)

Exhibitions and Screenings (Selected)

Antioch College (Yellowsprings, Ohio, USA)
Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto, Canada)
Arts Space (Peterborough, Canada)
Burnaby Art Gallery (Burnaby, Canada)
Centre d'Art contemporain de Basse-Normandie (Hérouville, France)
Cine Cycle (Toronto, Canada)
Concordia University (Montréal, Canada)
Ed Video (Guelph, Canada)
Festival des Arts Électroniques (Montréal, Canada)
Free Speech TV (Boulder, USA)
Frieunde der deutschen Kinemathek (Berlin, Germany)
Gallery 101 (Ottawa, Canada)
Gallerie Vox (Montréal, Canada)
Glenbow Museum (Calgary, Canada)
Hallwalls Contemporary Art Centre (Buffalo, USA)
Images 93 (Toronto, Canada)
ImagineNative Film Festival (Toronto, Canada)
Kamloops Art Gallery (Kamloops, Canada)
Land Insights Film Festival (Montréal, Canada)
Iskwew Festival, Urban Shaman Gallery (Winnipeg, Canada)
La Mondiale (Québec, Canada)
Le Fresnoy (Tourcoing, France)
Maison de la Culture Côte-des-Neiges (Montréal, Canada)
Médiathèque du Gossier (Guadeloupe, France)
Mendel Art Gallery (Saskatoon, Canada)
Muestra internacional de video indigena norteamericano (Mexico)
Museum of Modern Art (New York, USA)
Muttart Gallery (Calgary, Canada)
National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa, Canada)
Native American Film and Video Festival (New York, USA)
Open Space (Victoria, Canada)
Ottawa School of Arts (Ottawa, Canada)
Qaigit'96: bi-anual Inuit Art Fair and Symposium (Ottawa, Canada)
The Art Gallery of Alberta - formerly the Edmonton Art Gallery (Edmonton, Canada)
The Link (Bologna, Italia)
The Northern Lights International Film Festival (Anchorage, Alaska, USA)
The Warehouse Gallery (New-York, USA)
University of Buffalo (Buffalo, USA)
Walter Phillips Gallery (Banff, Canada)
Windsor Art Gallery (Windsor, Canada)
Women on Reel Film Festival (Yellowknife, Canada)
Women's Resource & Action Centre (Iowa City, USA)

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09 December 2009

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