Eric Metcalfe is a Canadian artist, born 1940 in Vancouver. He has exhibited at the University of British Columbia Fine Arts Gallery in 1967, Victoria Art Gallery in 1968; and was included in the 1970 Whitney Museum of American Art exhibition New York Correspondence School, and Morris/Trasov's Image Bank Postcard Show, in 1971. In 1969 Metcalfe married artist Kate Craig, collaborating together as Dr. Brute and Lady Brute. Metcalfe's Leopard Reality research led to exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery, collaborations with Mr. Peanut and Marcel Dot, General Idea, and Hank Bull, and performance at the 1974 Decca Dance in Los Angeles. Metcalfe also produced and performed in film and video extensively from 1972, in 1973 co-founding the Western Front artists' centre in Vancouver and from 1978 curating its performance programme. Metcalfe's recent Attic Project showed at the Kamloops Art Gallery, The Southern Alberta Art Gallery and the Charles H. Scott Gallery.
by . Canadian Contemporary Artists, 1997. Toronto: Gale Canada, 1997.
by . Vancouver Sun, May 1, 1993.
by . From Sea to Shining Sea, 1986. Toronto: The Power Plant, 1986.
by . Canadian Video Art, 1985. S.N., 1985.
by . Banff Letters, Winter 1984.
by . Video '84, - Recontres Vidéo Internationales de Montreal, 1984, v. sept.
by . Video 84, 1984.
by . Issue, Summer 1984, v. 1, no. 8.
by . The Second Link - Viewpoints on a Video in the Eighties, 1983. Banff: Walter Phillips Gallery, 1983.
by . Parachute, Sept. Winter 1982, no. 25.
by . Afterimage, Jan. 1982, v. 9, no. 6.
by . Video Guide, 1982, v. 4, no. 20.