Artist

Clive Robertson

Clive Robertson is an artist, activist, writer, publisher, musician, producer, teacher and collaborator.
He currently teaches cultural theory and performance art at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario.

Videography

Trade Winds (Canada) Ltd

1992, 14:00 minutes, colour, English

Ganser Syndrome, The

1987, 46:15 minutes, colour, English

Qu'est qu'un homme peut faire?

1986, 20:00 minutes, colour, English

Artists Union Rally, March 16, 1985

1985, 14:10 minutes, colour, English

Lunar Re-Appraisal

1979, 17:00 minutes, colour, English

Porta Filliou

1977, 47:00 minutes, B&W, English

Critical Writing

Then + Then Again: Talking with Clive Robertson about artist-run...
by Vera Frenkel. Fuse, July 2007, v. 30, no. 3.
Then + Then Again
The story is always partial: A conversation with Vera Frenkel:...
by Dot Tuer and Clive Robertson. Art Journal, Winter 1998, v. 57, no. 4.
Art as a way of life in festival show; [Final Edition]
by Nancy Baele. Ottawa Citizen, Sept. 16, 1989.
Introduction
by Clive Robertson. Forbidden Representations: An exhibit of lesbian art, 1988. Ottawa: Galerie Saw Video, 1988.
Video Structures: Back to Basic Memory
by Clive Robertson. Parallelogramme, Summer 1987, v. 12, no. 5.
"Habits" by YYZ, Toronto: Invitation To A Screening
by Phil Van Steenburgh. Cinema Canada, July 1986, no. 132.
John Greyson: Colliding Atoms Of A Gay Culture
by Clive Robertson. High Performance, Dec. 1986, no. 36.
Making privateness public in stunning art
by Christopher Hume. The Toronto Star, Apr. 4, 1986.
Habits:Five Video Premieres
by Varda Burstyn. Canadian Art, Fall 1986, v. 3, no. 3.
Three's Company: CBC-Telefilm-CFDC
by Clive Robertson. Fuse, Winter 1986.
Video As A Social Tool: Video As A Social Tool/Video Is A Social Tool
by Karen Henry. Satellite Video Exchange Society, Dec. 1986, v. 15, no. 5.
Performance Art Re-Visited: Rhonda Abrams: The Sugar Bushman
by Clive Robertson. Fuse, May 1986, v. 9, no. 6.
Artists paint bleak picture but cheer guaranteed income
by Stephen Godfrey. The Globe and Mail, June 6, 1986.
Oh Kanada!
by Clive Robertson. Parallelogramme, 1983, v. 8, no. 3.
Vtape service: constructing the comprehensive model
by Clive Robertson. Fuse, Winter 1983, v. 7, no. 4.
Intervention
by Clive Robertson. O Kanada, 1982. Toronto: Canada Council for the Arts, 1982.
VIDEO/VIDEO: If this event was a dry run for PAY-TV, one must view...
by Clive Robertson. Fuse, Nov. 1981, v. 5, no. 8 & 9.
Discontinuous Notes on and After a Meeting of Critics, By One of...
by Vera Frenkel. artscanada, Mar. 1981, no. 240.
Introduction
by Clive Robertson. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
Explaining Pictures To Dead Air: The Robertson/Beuys Admixture
by Peggy Gale. Parachute, Spring 1979, no. 14.
Mainly Smoke: As the World Burns
by Clive Robertson. Centerfold, Apr. 1979, v. 3, no. 4.
Lisa Steele: recent tapes: The novel, the science report and the...
by Clive Robertson. Centerfold, June 1979.
Introduction:: International Video Art Symposium
by Linda J. Milrod. International Video Art Symposium - Queen's University, Mar. 5, 1979.
TV Art in the Home
by Clive Robertson. International Video Art Symposium - Queen's University, Mar. 5, 1979.
Fifth Network, Cinquiéme Réseau: Conférence Vidéo à Toronto
by Andrée Duchaine. Parachute, Winter 1978, no. 13.
The 1978 Canadian Video Open
by Lisa Steele. Centerfold, Apr. 1978, v. 2, no. 4.
Randy and Berneche: Centre of a Tension
by Clive Robertson. Centerfold, Dec. 1978, v. 3, no. 1.
Télé-performances/ Toronto
by Rober Racine. Parachute, Winter 1978, no. 13.
W.O.R.K.S A Conceptographic Reading of Our World Thermometer
by Paul Woodrow. artscanada, Oct. 1973, v. 30, no. 4.