Artist

Doug Porter

Doug Porter’s video work has been shown internationally in New York, Brazil, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, France, Poland Sweden and Australia. His videotape "Time Has No Image," won the Grand Prix de la Ville de Locarno at the XIII Festival International de la Vidéo et des Arts Électronique in 1992. His work is held in public collections, including the National Gallery of Canada, Canada Council Art Bank, NSCAD University, and Concordia University Library. Doug currently resides in Orillia, Ontario.

Videography

proper desert

2016, 06:44 minutes, colour, English

A Disturbance of Shadows

2005, 25:49 minutes, colour, English

Run Into Peace

1998, 12:57 minutes, colour, English with French Subtitles & German subtitles

Losing Sleep

1996, 14:27 minutes, colour, English

Walkers

1992, 23:00 minutes, colour, English

Time Has No Image

1991, 08:24 minutes, colour, English

I'd Like To Move On If I Could, Please

1990, 05:00 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

Time, Space and Realities
by Andrew Patterson. Parallelogramme, 1994, v. 20, no. 3.