Artist

Jonathan Culp

Jonathan Culp is a filmmaker, curator, writer, musician and archivist. They have produced, directed and edited over 40 short films and videos, as well as two ‘underground’ features.
Much of their work is found footage based. Culp maintains a large archive of 16mm and Super 8 films; an ongoing series of multiscreen analog installations reimagine some of these materials.

Culp has written about film for many publications including Now Magazine, POV, Broken Pencil and canuxploitation.com. Their web site is unpopulararts.com.

Videography

I Regret

2018, 07:29 minutes, colour, English

Projections (compilation)

2016, 120:00 minutes, colour, English

It Can Happen Here (compilation)

2016, 112:00 minutes, colour, English

How Does It Work? (compilation)

2016, 92:57 minutes, colour / b&w, English

A New Place to Dwell

2016, 45:00 minutes, colour, No language

Taking Shelter

2014, 83:18 minutes, colour, English

Grilled Cheese Sandwich (compilation)

2006, 89:49 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

Canadian Film Week
by Janet Smith et al. The Georgia Straight, Apr 13, 2016.
Cancon Cinematic Crap Compressed into one Batshit Crazy Film
by Craig Takeuchi. The Georgia Straight, July 13, 2015.
You're Not Dead Until You're Forgotten: A Memoir Review
by Jonathan Culp. Spectacular Optical, Sept 10, 2014.
Gimme (Tax) Shelter: The '70s and '80s Were an Especially Fertile...
by Jason Tannis. Fangoria, Nov 2011, no. 309.
Activist video: What do activists and artists have to offer each...
by Jonathan Culp. Canadian Dimension, July Summer 2004, v. 38, no. 4.
It's All Rights Ma I'm Only Watching
by Jonathan Culp. POV, Spring 2000, no. 39.