Artist

Tasman Richardson

Tasman Richardson is a video artist, electronic composer, and graphic designer. For over a decade he has exhibited or performed extensively throughout the Americas, Europe, North Africa and Asia. He lives in Toronto, Canada. His work focuses on tele-presence, appropriation, synesthesia, and JAWA editing (of which he is the founder). His artworks are available through Vtape, V-Atak, tasmanrichardson.com and Art Metropole.

Videography

Hydra

2013, 25:00 minutes

Temple

2012, 17:00 minutes

Firing Squad

2011, 17:00 minutes

Black Boot Red Carpet

2011, 01:13 minutes, colour

Paradise Disko

2010, 05:15 minutes, B&W

Omega Generation

2010, 04:25 minutes, colour, English

The Life of Death

2010, 05:38 minutes, colour, English

The Vision, the Voice, and the Void

2009, 03:00 minutes, B&W

Life and Death

2007, 04:25 minutes, B&W

Weird War Tales (re-edited condensed version)

2007, 09:11 minutes, colour, English

Pirates of Breakcore Island

2007, 20:23 minutes, colour, English

Modern Problems

2007, 11:48 minutes, colour, English

The Game

2007, 03:52 minutes, colour, English

In The Eye

2006, 02:39 minutes, colour, English

Shadowplay

2006, 17:05 minutes, colour/B&W, English

I Stole The Soul of Rock n Roll

2005, 06:28 minutes, colour, English

Fantasycore

2005, 03:46 minutes, colour, English

Eyecandy

2005, 03:56 minutes, colour, English

THE BASEMENT BOY HARD CORE SERIES: Psytrance Sucks

2004, 03:00 minutes, Colour, English

THE BASEMENT BOY HARDCORE SERIES: Goin' Back to Kali

2004, 04:00 minutes, Colour, English

THE BASEMENT BOY HARDCORE SERIES: Delete Yourself

2004, 01:00 minutes, Colour, English

THE BASEMENT BOY HARDCORE SERIES: Destro My Tokyo

2004, 05:22 minutes, colour, English

Attack of the Clones, the musical

2003, 05:27 minutes, colour, English

THE BASEMENT BOY HARDCORE SERIES: Blackest Sabbath

2003, 06:00 minutes, colour & B/W, English

The Kraken

2003, 06:45 minutes, colur/B&W, English

Mercury

2002, 02:50 minutes, colour, English

THE BASEMENT BOY HARDCORE SERIES: Vader Lives

2002, 03:00 minutes, B & W, English

Night of the Living Dead

2002, 01:30 minutes, colour

Leibensraum

2001, 03:00 minutes, colour

ATARI 2600 REMIXES

2000, 17:45 minutes, colour

station to station

2000, 04:18 minutes, colour

analog VS digital

2000, 05:16 minutes, colour

Collapse

1999, 01:22 minutes, colour

Germ

1999, 02:15 minutes, colour

Ra

1999, 00:24 minutes, colour

Womb

1999, 01:37 minutes, colour

Act Five

1997, 00:40 minutes, colour/B&W

Parade

1997, 00:30 minutes, colour/B&W

Happy Lucky Fun

1997, 00:40 minutes, colour/B&W

6

1997, 00:50 minutes, B&W

Pummel

1997, 01:00 minutes, colour/B&W

Scratch

1997, 00:54 minutes, colour/B&W

Restructuring B

1997, 01:15 minutes, colour/B&W

Restructuring A

1997, 00:38 minutes, colour/B&W

Wonton

1996, 01:00 minutes, colour/B&W

Critical Writing

what makes a music video: the video or the music?
by Leah Sandals. The Globe and Mail, May 2, 2009.
Made You Look: While feast of moving imagery is many things, it's...
by Peter Goddard. The Toronto Star, Apr. 3, 2008.
Images Festival: Live Images Programme
by tiffreviews. TIFFReviews, Mar. 16, 2008.
At the Galleries
by Peter Goddard. The Toronto Star, Dec. 1, 2007.
Foreword: VS Program
by Jon Davies. VS (Event Program), Dec. 2004.
Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained: (Vs. Program)
by Scott SØrli. VS (Event Program), Dec. 2004.
ExperiMental
by Daniel Cockburn. Point of View, 2004, no. 54.
VS: 640 480 - original programme
by Jon Davies et al. VS, Dec. 2004.
EXHIBITION REVIEW: UK/Canadian Video Exchange 2003
by Diana Baldon. Matters, Apr. 10 Summer, 2003, no. 17.
Video Primer: A Series of 5 Video Programs
by Michelle Jacques. Video Primer, 2001. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 2001.
Northern Exposure
by Catherine Elwes. Art Monthly, June 1998, no. 217.
(untitled)
Born Under Surveillance, 1998. Vancouver: Video in Studio, 1998.