Artist

Greg Woodbury

Greg Woodbury has worked in the media arts community for over 24 years as an administrator in artist-run production centres and public media arts organizations; as a production and post-production free-lancer and in his own art practice. He has produced several of his own single channel videos and installations as well as fostered the work of other independent film/video/media artists through teaching, advocacy, technical support, creative collaboration and programming. Greg's work has shown nationally and internationally. He is presently co-managing Charles Street Video and he teaches Advanced Video for Artists at The Ontario College of Art and Design.

Videography

Electrical Discharge

1999, 01:30 minutes, colour, English

Requiem for a Suburban Housewife

1993, 15:00 minutes, colour, English

Michael's Lake

1989, 30:00 minutes, colour, English

Snakes in the Grass

1986, 09:00 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

Interview Paul Wong: 1981-2001 CSV Historical Anthology Series
by Greg Woodbury. Subclip, Fall 2000, no. 6.
(untitled)
The Cool Glass Eye: An Evening of Video, 1991. Toronto: The Young Associates of the Art Gallery of Ontario, 1991.
TWO MEN EMBRACING: GAY VIDEO IMAGES
by John Greyson. Video Guide, Dec. 1986, v. 8, no. 4.