Dayna McLeod is a writer, video and performance artist living and working in Montreal. Peppered with feminism, Dayna’s work is ripe with humour and socially charged situations. She heightens the realities of social exchange, usually focusing on sexual exploitation and orientation to create an environment of absurd recognition for her audience. Dayna has traveled extensively with her performance work and has received funding for video projects from the Canada Council and the Conseil des arts et des letters du Québec. She has participated in residency programs at Studio 303 in Montreal, Charles Street Video in Toronto, and EM Media in Calgary. Dayna’s videos have played in national and international programs and festivals including the Images, Female Eye, and Sex and Death Short Film Festivals in Toronto, the Rendez-Vous du Cinéma Québecois in Montréal, MIX: New York, Women In The Director's Chair in Chicago, the San Francisco International Lesbian And Gay Film Festival, Out-In-Africa Film Festival in Cape Town, the Mardi Gras Festival in Darlinghurst Australia, Festival Paris, Feminale International Women's Film Festival in Cologne Germany, Kombat: Queer Feminist Film Festival in Stockholm Sweden and the Turin International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival in Italy.
2018, 04:15 minutes, Colour
2010, 04:10 minutes, colour, English
2010, 05:00 minutes, colour, English
2009, 03:04 minutes, colour, English
2009, 06:48 minutes, colour, English
2009, 07:47 minutes, colour, English
2005, 18:00 minutes, colour, English
2004, 09:00 minutes, colour, English
2002, 04:30 minutes, colour, English
2001, 10:30 minutes, B&W, English
2000, 02:30 minutes, B&W, English
1999, 09:00 minutes, B&W, English
1998, 08:00 minutes, colour, English
by . Canadian Theatre Review, Winter 2012, no. 149.
by . No More Potlucks, July 2011, no. 16.
by . No More Potlucks, Jan. 2011, no. 13.
by . No More Potlucks, Nov. 2010, no. 12.
by . No More Potlucks, July 2009, no. 4.
by . Montreal Mirror, 2005, v. 20, no. 44.
by . The National Post, July 8, 2000.
by . Hour, Mar. 2, 2000.