Artist

Libby Hague

Libby Hague has been exhibiting nationally and internationally since 1972 with over 50 solo exhibitions. These include: Synchromesh, Loop Gallery, Toronto 2013; Sympathetic Connections, Art Gallery of Ontario, 2011 and One step at a time, Art Gallery of Mississauga, 2009. Her group exhibitions and spectacles include All that glows, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 2014; Monster Child, Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, Toronto, 2013; Biennale internationale d’estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivières, 2013, Xylography - Stylistic Matrix, Galati Visual Art Museum, Romania 2012; IPCNY, NYC, 2012 and 2011; Miner for a Heart, curated by Yael Brotman Melbourne, Australia, 2011; International Paper Art Exhibition and Symposium, Chung Shan National Gallery, Taiwan, 2011 and L’Arte E Il Torchio, Invitational International Biennial, The Civic Art Museum, Cremona, Italy 2011.

She curated Free radicals, a series of puppet play videos for I (Sally McKay at Harbourfront) and continued the idea of incorporating performance in her sculpture installations at YYZ Gallery, (Toronto, 2012) in Be Brave! We are in this together. She has made a number of videos, including Our Town which won the Marion MacMahon Award at the Images Festival, Toronto in 2002.

Videography

Choir of love

2014, 19:02 minutes, colour, English

Avalanche Close to Home

2007, 25:29 minutes, colour, English

Close to Home

2006, 25:29 minutes, colour, English

Our Town

2001, 09:10 minutes, colour/B&W, English

Bang Bang

2001, 04:36 minutes, colour/B&W, English

Parade (split screen)

2000, 06:25 minutes, colour/B&W, English

Lily Yung: Alchemy

2000, 12:12 minutes, colour/B&W, English

Amy is looking for Jake Paradise

1999, 10:10 minutes, colour/B&W, English

Critical Writing

Images Festival of Independent Film and Video
by Stephen Lam. Take One, May 2002, no. 37.
(untitled)
CD V-D-O, 2000.