Artist

Carolee Schneemann

- In all Schneeman's montages, films and performances, there is an insistent repetition of disparate motifs - within each work and from work to work. In this video, Beatty uses the constant relocation of themes to suggest a cumulative continuity; from montage to montage, each motif is readjusted, repositioned, dismembered and remembered in new contexts.

Videography

Imaging Her Erotics: Four Recent Installations

1992, 10:00 minutes, colour/B&W, English

Up to and Including Her Limits

1982, 25:00 minutes, colour, silent version

Plumb Line

1972, 18:00 minutes, colour

Viet-Flakes

1965, 11:00 minutes, colour

Fuses

1965, 21:00 minutes, colour, silent

Critical Writing

Pipilotti Rist
by Catherine Elwes. Moving Image Review & Art Journal, 2012, v. 1, no. 2.
Mike Hoolboom In Conversation With Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak
by Mike Hoolboom. One Hour Empire, Summer 2010, no. 3.
The Cat's Eye View: Carolee Schneeman
by M.M. Serra. P.S.1 Newspaper Special Edition, Winter 2008.
Altered Body Maps and the Cinematic Sensorium
by Anna Powell. Cinematic Folds: The Furling and Unfurling of Images, 2008. Toronto: Pleasure Dome, 2008.
VoCA Recommends WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution, Vancouver
viewoncanadianart.com, Dec. 27, 2008.
Border Crossing: Performance Artist Carolee Schneemann Goes Techno
by Gord McLaughlin. EYE WEEKLY, Mar. 22, 2007.
Tender Terror: Carolee Schneemann walks a line
by Bjarke Madsen. NOW, Mar. 28, 2007, v. 26, no. 30.
Chronology Through Cartography: Mapping 1970s Feminist Art Globally
by Marsha Meskimmon. Wack!: art and the feminist revolution, 2007. Los Angeles: The Mocha L.A, 2007.
Carolee Schneemann: The Implicit Body
by Randall Anderson. Immersion Immersive, 2006.
Video Art, A Guided Tour by Catherine Elwes (Books)
by Tom Sherman. Border Crossings, Aug. 2005, v. 24, no. 3.
It's a Womans World
by Uta Grosenic. Women Artists in the 20th and 21st century, 2005. TASCHEN GmbH, 2005.
Carolee Schneemann: Devour. DIA Centre for the Arts. New York
by Randall Anderson. Border Crossings, 2004, no. 89.
Carolee Schneemann
by Randall Anderson. Border Crossings, 2004, v. 23, no. 89.
Video and the Conceptual Body: A cross disciplined spirit
by Micheal Rush. Video Art, 2003. New York: Thames & Hudson, 2003.
Wounds Become Scars
by Barbara Fischer. Love Gasoline, 2001. Toronto: Mercer Union, 2001.
Five Video Artists
by Larry Qualls. Performing Arts Journal, 1996, v. 18, no. 3.
SHAKE IT UP, BABY: Works of Intervention by Ardele Lister
by Lisa Steele. Images Festival of Independent Film and, 1992. Toronto: Northern Visions, 1992.
Tales from the dark side: Dark Rooms
by Robert Morgan. Afterimage, Summer 1987, v. 15, no. 1.
Video Wonderlands Created For Museums and Galleries
by William Zimmer. New York Times, Mar. 6, 1987.
The Long and Short of It: Some Thoughts on Film Length
by Scott Macdonald. Afterimage, Mar. 1981, v. 8, no. 8.
An interview with Carolee Schneemann
by Scott MacDonald. Afterimage, Mar. 1980, v. 7, no. 8.
The Pains and Pleasures of Rebirth: Women's Body Art
by Lucy Lippard. Art in America, May 1976, v. 64, no. 3.