Artist

Paula Fairfield

Paula Fairfield is a graduate of NSCAD and was co-manager of Charles Street Video from 1987-1993.  Her work has been exhibited throughout North America and Europe and resides in a number of permanent collections both in Canada and abroad.  Paula is currently working as a supervising sound editor and sound designer.  Her recent work includes projects for Robert Rodriguez ("Spy Kids 3D, Sin City,
Grindhouse), Brian DePalma ("Black Dahila",  "Redacted"), the Weinstein Company ("Lucky Number Slevin",  "Outlander") and the tv series "LOST".  She lives in Los Angeles with her partner, Canadian
artist and award-winning sound designer Carla Murray, and their two dogs Buddy and Angel.

Videography

Screamers

1994, 30:00 minutes, colour

Mirage

1993, 19:00 minutes, colour

Live Wires

1990, 10:00 minutes, colour, English

Fragments

1989, 07:00 minutes, colour, English

Relative Activities

1984, 08:55 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

In the spotlight and ready for... action: Local lesbian filmmakers...
by Lynna Landstreet. Xtra!, July 22, 1994, no. 254.
5 Feminist Videotapes: Redefining the Female Subject
by Shonagh Adelman. C Magazine, Winter 1991, no. 28.
Awareness of image and gender sparked Toronto's top films of 89
by Cameron Bailey. Now, Jan. 4, 1990, v. 9, no. 17.
Is The Dead Authour a Woman? / L'auteur mort est-ce une femme?:...
by Janine Marchessault and Jeanluc Svoboda. Parallelogramme, Spring 1990, v. 15, no. 4.
Hot Tramp, I Love You So!: Rebel Girls: A Survey of Canadian...
by Christine Conley. Fuse, Fall 1989, v. 13, no. 1 & 2.
Collision In The Capital: Politics and Art Hit head-On in Video...
by Geoff Pevere. Fuse, Summer 1985, v. 9, no. 1 & 2.
Going Public - three evenings of videotapes by women
by Unknown. Going Public - three evenings of videotapes by women, 1984.