Artist

Ed Sinclair

Ed Sinclair received a BFA from York University in 1993. He has been working in film, video and related media since 1985. His work includes four collaborative videotapes with Karen Kew including Chasing The Dragon, 1993 and Ohm: dance through an electric eye, 1999. He has directed for video and theatre including "Chaired", a production at the 1998 Fringe Festival Toronto. His video work has been exhibited
nationally and internationally in festivals, galleries and was purchased for the collections of the Universities of Sydney, Australia, McGill University and York University. Sinclair was a board member of Trinity Square Video from 1997-1999 where he fostered the implementation of non-linear
technology. He is currently developing a feature film and two series for television;
"doomsDay" will be a six episode series directed by Sinclair and other Toronto based filmmakers. His film in development is entitled "Hello World" and is being co-written by John Marriott.

Videography

Ohm dance through an electric eye

1999, 21:06 minutes, colour

SALZWASSER

1997, 03:00 minutes, colour

Kung Fu Karaoke

1995, 23:00 minutes, colour

Internal World of Cherry Chan, The

1994, 08:30 minutes, colour, English

Chasing the Dragon

1993, 22:00 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

Sometimes Video Art Might Resemble Television
by Andrew James Paterson. Lola, Spring 2000, no. 6.
Performance, Video, Texas and Beyond ...: Kinga Araya
by Ed Sinclair. Video Vogue, Winter 1999.
T.O. scene follows feature dream to the source
by Cameron Bailey. Now, Jan. 5, 1994, v. 13, no. 18.
So long, Miss Saigon: Art exhibit dismantles myths of Asian sexuality
by Glenn Sumi. Xtra!, June 10, 1994, no. 251.
Video Art without fear
by Carolyn Bennett. EYE WEEKLY, Jan. 13, 1994.
Technique Serves Content in Trinity video Collection
by Cameron Bailey. Now, Jan. 13, 1994, v. 13, no. 20.