Liz Rosch

Liz Rosch has been working with video as a means to an end for eight years. Starting in television production, she was gradually seduced by video as an art form. She graduated from the Ontario College of Art in 1994. Upon graduation she was awarded the Lieutenant - Governor's Medal for her accomplishments in video and audio production. Her works have been featured in the Venice Biennale for architecture and most recently the New York International Film and Video Festival. Liz's work has been broadcast on the Women's Television Network and is in the collection of Trinity Square Video and Papa Bear Productions, British Columbia.


Kate's Tangerine

1998, 08:28 minutes, colour, English

Memory, Ghosts and Deja-Vu

1998, 26:48 minutes, colour, English

Prepare For The Planets' Alignment

1997, 05:20 minutes, colour, English

Where Did All the Angels Go?

1995, 05:00 minutes, B&W

I Don't Want To Sound Offensive

1994, 04:30 minutes


1994, 04:30 minutes, colour

Does That Make Me a Bad Person?

1994, 15:00 minutes, colour, English


1993, 04:00 minutes, colour, English

Within an Inch

1993, 04:00 minutes, B&W

Blood Bath

1993, 04:00 minutes, colour

Critical Writing

Reel Addictive
by Adam Nayman. EYE WEEKLY, June 14, 2001, v. 10, no. 36.
Parkdale Head Trip
by Kim Linekin. Now, June 14, 2001, v. 20, no. 41.