Artist

Stephen Cruise

Stephen Cruise is a founding member of A Space Gallery, Toronto,1970-4 and has exhibited in over 30 one-man shows and over 50 group exhibitions both locally, nationally and internationally. He participated in the Biennale Barro de Amèrica 1992, 1995, 1998 in Caracas, Venezuela. Stephen’s work can be found in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Canada; Art Gallery of Ontario; City of Windsor; University of Calgary; City of Toronto; City of Waterloo; Art Bank, Ottawa. Selected public art commissions include: indigena domain 2008, Civic Centre, Cambridge; a Path a Muse taken 2004, ParcTrudeau Park Garden, Toronto; Vessel 2002, Manulife Rec. Centre, Waterloo, ON; after/before 2002, Don Mills Station, Sheppard Subway, Toronto; bell Measure 1999, Odette Sculpture Park, Windsor; stoneWay 1999, Baycrest Centre, Toronto; one hundred links – one chain 1998, Gibson Park, North York, ON.; Places in a book (6 chapters) 1997, Spadina LRT, Pole Colonnade, Toronto, (Sussex to Wilcocks St.). Stephen has also participated as a selected Advisor/Jury member: Art Committee for Public Places, Toronto ’04 to present; Toronto Sculpture Garden ’94-’01; Visual Arts Advisory Committee, Canada Council ’88-’90; Canada Council and Art Bank Juries ’82-’91.

Videography

Turn

1971, 06:30 minutes, B&W

Critical Writing

Vintage Video: Early Canadian Video Art to 1974
by Renee Baert. Toronto: Artculture Resource Centre, 1986.
Videoscape
by Marty Dunn et al. Toronto Ontario: Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), 1974.
Transcript of a videotape interview with Joe Bodolai
by Joe Bodolai. artscanada, Oct. 1973, v. 30, no. 4.