Artist

Lisa Steele

Lisa Steele, born in Kansas City, Missouri in 1947, and studied English Literature at the University of Missouri. She immigrated to Canada in 1968 and is now a Canadian citizen.

Steele's videotapes have been extensively exhibited nationally and internationally including: the Venice Biennale (1980), the Kunsthalle (Basel), the Museum of Modern Art (NYC), the National Gallery of Canada, the Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston), 49th Parallel Videoseries, the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Long Beach Museum. Her videotapes are in many collections including: The National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Museum of Contemporary Art (Houston, Texas), Ingrid Oppenheim, Concordia University (Montreal), Newcastle Polytechnic (England), Paulo Cardazzo (Milan), the Canadian Embassy (Tokyo) and the Akademie der Kunst (Berlin).

Steele worked at Interval House, an emergency shelter for battered women in Toronto, from 1974 to 1986. She is a founding director of V tape, a national information and distribution service for independent video, a founding publisher and editor of FUSE magazine. She has been involved in the anti-censorship movement since 1980, is the past president of the Independent Film and Video Alliance / Alliance de la Video du Cinema Independant, a national lobbying organization for film and video, a founding member of the Independent Artists Union (Toronto), active in the Women's Cultural Building Collective (1980-84), on the Board of directors of A Space Gallery (1984-86, 1989-92), past chair of the New Media Program at the Ontario College of Art where she has taught video since 1981. Steele served for three years on the Advisory panel for Visual Arts at the Canada Council and served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Art Gallery of Ontario from 1993-97. She is currently on the Board of Directors of the Oakville Galleries and Moving Pictures: a festival of dance on film and video.

Steele has published numerous articles, as well as catalogue essays on photographers Bonnie Donohue (Boston) and Pamela Harris (Toronto) and video artists Vera Frenkel (Toronto), Ardele Lister (New York), and John Orentlicher (Syracuse, NY). Steele contributed articles to the books "Women against Censorship" (1984) edited by Varda Burstyn and "Works in Progress" (1990) edited by Rhea Tregebov "Video Loupe" edited by Katy Deepwell (2000, U.K.). In 1996, she co-edited with Peggy Gale) the book VIDEO re/VIEW: the (Best) Source For Critical Writings On Canadian Artists' Video, published by Art Metropole and V tape.

Since 1983, Steele has worked exclusively in collaboration with Kim Tomczak, producing videotapes, performances and photo/text works. Legal Memory (1992), their first feature-length work, has been shown in a number of film festivals since its release including: The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Festival, the Festival Internazionale Cinema Giovani (Turin, Italy), the Toronto International Film Festival. Their individual and collaborative work was the subject of a major survey exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario in 1989-90. In 1993, Steele and Tomczak were recognized with two prestigious awards: the Bell Canada Award for excellence in the field of Canadian video art and a Toronto Arts Award (the Peter Herndorf Media Arts Award). In 1996, their work The Blood Records:: written and annotated, received a world premiere at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 1999 they were guest editors of FELIX, a journal of media arts and culture published in New York. Their installation work We're Getting Younger All the Time has been installed in several locations in England, in Venice and will be at the Centre d'art Contemporain in Basse-Normandie in November 2002.

Videography

Lisa Steele Collection 1972 - 1984

2013, B&W/colour, English

Falling Up

2007, 06:05 minutes, colour, English (text only)

Free Speech - installation

2006, 01:35 minutes, colour, Silent; English & French Text

Make Love Not War - installation

2003, 02:10 minutes, colour, Silent; English & French Text

Practicing Death

2003, 03:13 minutes, colour, silent

We're Getting Younger All The Time

2001, 20:05 minutes, colour, silent

Power - installation

1998, 01:56 minutes, colour, Silent; English & French Text

Stand Up - installation

1998, 01:32 minutes, colour, silent

Blood - installation

1998, 01:31 minutes, colour, Silent

The Blood Records written and annotated

1997, 49:20 minutes, B&W & colour, English & French

Legal Memory

1992, 79:49 minutes, colour, B&W, English

White Dawn

1988, 09:05 minutes, colour, English / French

Private Eyes

1987, 18:29 minutes, colour, English

See Evil

1985, 28:08 minutes, colour, English

This is Not a Home Movie

1984, 13:45 minutes, colour, english

Talking Tongues

1982, 09:29 minutes, B&W, English

Some Call It Bad Luck

1982, 47:50 minutes, B & W, English

The Gloria Tapes

1980, 55:06 minutes, colour, English

Makin' Strange

1978, 16:36 minutes, B&W, English

The Damages

1978, 17:46 minutes, B&W, English

The Scientist Tapes (4 part series)

1976, 68:43 minutes, B&W, English

Waiting For Lancelot

1976, 78:56 minutes, B&W, English

The Ballad Of Dan Peoples

1976, 03:22 minutes, B&W, English

Facing South

1975, 21:31 minutes, B&W, English

Internal Pornography (3 monitor installation)

1975, 34:25 minutes, B&W, English

Outlaws

1974, 16:43 minutes, B&W, English

A Very Personal Story

1974, 20:10 minutes, B&W, English

Birthday Suit - with scars and defects

1974, 13:23 minutes, B&W, English

Sleep / Dream / Vigil (2 channel installation)

1973, 33:08 minutes, B&W, English

Earthworms

1973, 27:20 minutes, B&W, English

Know Your Turtle

1972, 22:40 minutes, B&W, English

Ross Street Tapes

1972, 17:00 minutes, B&W, English

Juggling

1972, 05:44 minutes, B&W, English

Critical Writing

Assembled in the Light: Louidgi Beltrame and a Fiction of the Modern
by Lisa Steele. Canadian Art, Fall 2013.
Spirit in the Blood
by Lisa Steele. Fierce: Women's Hot Blooded Film/Video, Mar. 10, 2010. Hamilton: McMaster Museum of Art, 2010.
Ways of seeing explored in new exhibit
by Jessica Barrett. North Shore News, Apr. 30, 2010.
Closer
by Jim Quilty. Art Review, Apr. 2009, no. 31.
Colin Campbell
by Nadja Sayej. ArtUS, 2009, no. 26.
Operation Video: The Use of Images As Visual Agents in Struggles...
by Sigrid Adorf. Operational Video: Ein Technik des Nahsehens und ihr spezifische Subjekt: die Videokünsterlin der 1970er Jahre, Mar. 2008. Bielefeld: transcript, 2008.
Then + Then Again: Talking with Clive Robertson about artist-run...
by Vera Frenkel. Fuse, July 2007, v. 30, no. 3.
Untitled
by Unknown. Wack!: art and the feminist revolution, 2007. Los Angeles: The Moca L.A., 2007.
Deliver us from truth...: The recent video work of Philip Jonlin Lee
by Lisa Steele. Art Star 3 Video Art Biennial Exhibition Catalogue - 2007 Galerie SAW Gallery, Oct. 2007.
Video Art: Keeping it New
What's Up Yukon, Sept. 14, 2007.
Toronto Video: Challenging forms, channelling change
by Marc Glassman. The State of The Arts: Living with Culture in Toronto, 2006. Toronto: Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in publication, 2006.
Pleasure Dome Brochure: Winter 2006
by Unknown. Pleasure Dome, Winter 2006.
The Lingering Present: Canadian Video Art in its Youth: 1968-1986
by Lisa Steele. Analogue, 2006. Preston: Electronic and Digital Art Unit, 2006.
Stories to Tell: Autobiography and Narrative
by Jayne Wark. Radical Gestures: Feminism and Performance Art in North America, 2006. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2006.
Lisa's Long Haul: Artist Lisa Steele talks to Sarah Milroy about...
by Sarah Milroy. The Globe and Mail, Feb. 19, 2005.
Change makers honoured in G-G visual awards
by Sarah Milroy. The Globe and Mail, Mar. 9, 2005.
Canada honours art pioneers
by Ciara Byrne. The Newspaper, Mar. 10, 2005.
Video artists earn top honours: New winners in visual, media arts
by Peter Goddard. The Toronto Star, Mar. 9, 2005.
Artsit Lisa Steele honoured for lifetime achievement
by Staff Staff. The Globe and Mail, 2005.
Genealogies of Blood and Breath
by Sky Glabush. Border Crossings, 2005.
Video Art, A Guided Tour by Catherine Elwes (Books)
by Tom Sherman. Border Crossings, Aug. 2005, v. 24, no. 3.
Lisa Steele + Kim Tomczak
by Peggy Gale. The Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts 2005, 2005. Toronto: Canada Council for the Arts, 2005.
agYU: A Very Personal Look: Toronto Video Art from the '7-'s to...
by Shay Gibson. agYU, 2005. Toronto: Art Gallery of York University, 2005.
Video art 'trailblzaers' win Gov. Gen. awards
by Pacienza Angela. Winnepeg Free Press, Mar. 9, 2005.
Vancouver's Paul Wong among Gov. Gen. winners in visual, media arts
by Angela Pacienza. The National Post- Vancouver Edition, Mar. 9, 2005.
Independent Media: The Age of Diversity
by Chris Gehman. Mobile Media: Films and Videos by Artists, 2005.
Commemorating Colin Campbell
by Lisa Steele et al. the Fine Art Newsletter : University of Toronto, Winter 2004.
Carolee Schneemann: Devour. DIA Centre for the Arts. New York
by Randall Anderson. Border Crossings, 2004, no. 89.
Coming to Video - A Canadian Perspective
by Sandra Vida. Locus Suspectus - Where the Hidden Comes to Light, 2004. Calgary: Truck Contemporary art, 2004.
Après la pluie, le désert fleurit
by Martine Rouleau. Vie des Arts, 2004, v. 49, no. 197.
UK/ Canada Film & Video Exchange: South London Gallery 10-13 April...
by Andrea Carson. C Magazine, June Summer 2003, no. 78.
STEELE - TOMCZAK: Trouble Tracked to the Depths of the Body
by Paul Ardenne. Lisa Steele - Kim Tomczak, 2003. Toronto: Pleasure Dome, 2003.
UK/ Canada Film & Video Exchange: South London Gallery
by Andrea Carson. C Magazine, Summer 2003, no. 78.
What Is That and between Arab Women and Video?: The Case of Beirut
by Laura U. Marks. Camera Obscura, 2003, v. 18, no. 3.
Video art, and how to survive it: It confounds most viewers, so...
by Sarah Milroy. The Globe and Mail, Mar. 6, 2002.
For Real: Telling the Truth in Art & Writing
by A.S.A. Harrison. C Magazine, Winter 2002, no. 76.
For Real: Telling the Truth in Art and Writing
by A.S.A Harrison. C Magazine, Winter 2002, no. 76.
Video primer: A Series of 5 Video Programs: Personal Stories
by Michelle Jacques. Video Primer, 2002. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 2002.
The Curatorial Incubator
by Lisa Steele. Toronto: Vtape, 2002.
Top 20 Toronto Films since 1981
by Cameron Bailey. Now, Oct. 25, 2001, v. 21, no. 8.
Colin Campbell: 1942-2001
by Lori Spring and Lisa Steele. Now, Nov. 15, 2001, v. 21, no. 11.
Magnetic Force
by Cameron Bailey. NOW, Dec. 6, 2001, v. 21, no. 14.
Video Primer: A Series of 5 Video Programs
by Michelle Jacques. Video Primer, 2001. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 2001.
Wounds Become Scars
by Barbara Fischer. Love Gasoline, 2001. Toronto: Mercer Union, 2001.
Moving Pictures: UK/Canada Video
by Catherine Elwes. Border Crossings, Aug. 2000, v. 19, no. 3.
Book Reviews: Video Loupe: a collection of essays by and about the...
by Elaine Kowalsky. n. paradoxa, July Summer 2000, v. 6.
taboos, titillations and thrills
by Andrea Mantin. taboos, titillations and thrills, 2000. Halifax: MSVU Art Gallery, 2000.
Mourning Pictures
by Mike Hoolboom. Lux: A Decade of Film and Video, 2000. Toronto: YYZ and Pleasure Dome, 2000.
A moving picture of reel life: Images Festival reflects street heat
by Peter Goddard. The Toronto Star, Apr. 22, 1999.
Surveying The Scene: Excerpts from The D.I.Y. Distro Resource Guide
by Tara Mateik. FELIX VOYEURISM, 1999. New York: The Standby Pogramm, Inc, 1999.
Between Rene Clair and Rene Clemont: The Cool World of Shirley Clarke
by DeeDee Halleck and Shirley Clarke. FELIX, 1999. New York: The Standby Program, Inc., 1999.
Woman of Steele
by Bert Archer. NOW, July 15, 1999, v. 18, no. 46.
reVISION99
by Nina Czegledy. WRO 99, 1999. Wroclaw: WRO 99, 1999.
Blood Records re-examines treatment of tuberculosis
by Christopher Hume. The Toronto Star, Dec. 6, 1997.
Lisa Steele: Video Artist
by Roger Matuz. Contemporary Canadian Artists, 1997. Toronto: Gale Canada, 1997.
The Self - Isolation Ward
by Donna Lypchuk. EYE WEEKLY, Dec. 4 Winter, 1997.
The Destabilized Landscape: Post-Colonial Space and Unreal Estate
by Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak. The Destabilized Landscape: Post-Colonial Space and Unreal Estate, 1996. The Edmonton Art Gallery & The Mendel Art Gallery, 1996.
Video:Writing History
by Louise Poissant. Video re/View, 1996. Toronto: Art Metropole and V tape, 1996.
Nunavut (Our Land): Igloolik Isuma International (Unpublished)...
by Igloolik Isuma Productions. Video re/View, 1996. Toronto: Art Metropole and V tape, 1996.
Points of Contact: Julian Samuel, the Raft of the Medusa: Five...
by Maurie Alioff. Video re/View, 1996. Toronto: Art Metropole and V tape, 1996.
General Idea: Towards an Audience Vocabulary
by Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker. Video re/View, 1996. Toronto: Art Metropole & V tape, 1996.
Notes for Video Art
by Eric Cameron. Video Re/View, 1996. Toronto: Art Metropole and Vtape, 1996.
Adjusting a Colour Television
by Tom Sherman. Video re/View, 1996. Toronto: Art Metropole and Vtape, 1996.
Of Monitors and Men and Other Unsolved Feminist mysteries: Video...
by Nell Tenhaaf. Critical issues in Eletrocnic Media, 1995. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1995.
Video Art: Selected, New & Reviewing
by John Morgan. NeWest Review, June 1995, v. 20, no. 5.
Women in focus for independent filmakers' meet
by Susan Walker. The Toronto Star, June 9, 1994.
UNB Art Centre Exhibit Tells Stories on Videotape
by Unknown. The Daily Gleaner, Oct. 15, 1994.
Lisa Steele: Video Work is Ideal Postmodern Art Form
by Christina Barat. The Daily Gleaner, Oct. 29, 1994.
Perspectives Of the Body In Canadian Video Art
by Dot Tuer. C Magazine, Winter 1993, no. 36.
Video and Orality
by Peggy Gale. Canadian Art, Summer 1993, v. 10, no. 2.
Legal Memory
by Jane Perdue. Take One, Winter 1993.
Video Collaborators: A report from the interior
by Nelda Rodger and Nina Czegledy. Azure, Nov. 1993, v. 10, no. no. 91.
The Power of Video
by Jenny Burman. Hours, Aug. 12, 1993, v. 1, no. 28.
Stuart Marshall 1949-1993
by Lisa Steele. Xtra!, June 25, 1993, no. 226.
Subjects on the Threshold: Problems with the Pronouns
by Renee Baert. Parachute, Winter 1993, no. 69.
Corpus: Mendel Art Gallery. Saskatoon
by Robert Enright. Canadian Art, Fall 1993, v. 10, no. 3.
1993 Toronto Arts Recipients Announced
by Tom Wong. Arts Foundation News, Fall 1993, v. 5, no. 3.
Rumours of Our Breath
by Len Findlay. Border Crossings, July 1993, v. 12, no. 3.
finding the DIFFEREN(t)CE: looking for the self and the other in...
[Activating the Archive]3: Lisa Steele, 1993. Toronto: Art Metropole, 1993.
The dangers of pleasure: A Toronto forum discusses action against...
by Liz Czach. Xtra!, Nov. 27, 1992, no. 211.
Video Technology and the Feminine
by Nell Tenhaaf. Parallèlogramme, 1992, v. 18, no. 3.
SHAKE IT UP, BABY: Works of Intervention by Ardele Lister
by Lisa Steele. Images Festival of Independent Film and, 1992. Toronto: Northern Visions, 1992.
5 Feminist Videotapes: Redefining the Female Subject
by Shonagh Adelman. C Magazine, Winter 1991, no. 28.
Clock ticking on AGO video show
by Randi Spires. The Toronto Star, Jan. 12, 1990.
Relatively True Stories
by Amy Taubin. Voice, Jan. 9, 1990.
Videotape show the fruit of a happy marriage of talents
by John Bentley Mays. The Globe and Mail, Nov. 25, 1989.
Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak: The groundbreaking dynamic duo of...
by Cameron Bailey. Now, Nov. 9, 1989, v. 9, no. 10.
4 hours and 38 minutes: Videotapes by Steele and Tomczak
by Philip Monk. AGO NEWS, Nov. 1989, v. 11, no. 10.
Hot Tramp, I Love You So!: Rebel Girls: A Survey of Canadian...
by Christine Conley. Fuse, Fall 1989, v. 13, no. 1 & 2.
Separate Voices
by Peggy Gale. Separate Voices, 1989. The Third Fukui International Video Biennale, 1989.
Collaborative Videotapes: Descriptions by the Artist
by Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak. 4 Hours and 38 Minutes, 1989. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 1989.
Art Beyond the Galleries: Olympic festival takes visual exhibits...
by Stephen Godfrey. The Globe and Mail, Feb. 20, 1988.
Bearing Witness: Tidings from South Africa
by Lisa Steele. South Africa Tapes: Living in a State of Emergency, 1988. New England Foundation for the Arts, 1988.
Video Exhibition: Total Recall
by Sarah Diamond and Gary Kibbins.
First-generation Video
by Carole Corbeil. The Globe and Mail, June 14, 1988.
Introduction
by Clive Robertson. Forbidden Representations: An exhibit of lesbian art, 1988. Ottawa: Galerie Saw Video, 1988.
Art Given Social Voice: Six artists probe experiences and images
by Nancy Tousley. Calgary Herald, Jan. 23 Winter, 1988.
Video Structures: Back to Basic Memory
by Clive Robertson. Parallelogramme, Summer 1987, v. 12, no. 5.
Grierson '86
by Magnus Isacsson. Cinema Canada, Jan. 1987, no. 137.
An official guide to the periphery
by Geoffrey James. Maclean's, Aug. 3, 1987, v. 100, no. 31.
Statement of Intention
by Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak. Toronto: A Play of History, 1987. Toronto: The Power Plant, 1987.
Private Eyes: a review by Elizabeth Schroder
by Elizabeth Schroder. Fuse, Summer 1987, v. 10, no. 2.
Doing the Documentary-Suggestive and Didactic
by Gary Kibbins. Fuse, Summer 1987, no. 46.
On Signs & Sex: Visual Evidence "A series of video screenings,...
by Kathy McLeod and Nancy Shaw. Fuse, Fall 1987, v. 11, no. 3.
Documenta invites Ian Carr-Harris
The Globe and Mail, Apr. 30, 1987.
First-generation video
by Carole Corbeil. The Globe and Mail, June 14, 1986.
Hope Arrives For Documentaries
by Salem Alaton. The Globe and Mail, Nov. 10, 1986.
Vintage Video: Early Canadian Video Art to 1974
by Renee Baert. Toronto: Artculture Resource Centre, 1986.
Video In Canada: In Search of Authority
by Renee Baert. From Sea to Shining Sea, 1986. Toronto: The Power Plant, 1986.
Explicit But Equal : Toward A New Pornography
by Karen Knights. Video Guide, Dec. 1986, v. 8, no. 4.
"We Interrupt You For This Message"
by Mary Ellen Lower. Video Guide, Sept. 1986, v. 8, no. 3.
Half the Sky and then Some: Talking Sex
by Jackie Larkin. Canadian Dimension, Apr. 1986, v. 20, no. 2.
Shorts, real life and courts
by John Harkness. NOW, Nov. 6, 1986, v. 6, no. 10.
IN THE DARK:TALKING SEX
by Jackie Larkin. Video Guide, Dec. 1986, v. 8, no. 4.
We Interrupt You For This Message: A review of "A Retrospective of...
by Mary Ellen Lower. Video Guide, Sept. 1986, v. 8, no. 38.
Lisa Steele
by Dot Tuer. Parachute, Spring 1985, no. 38.
Going Public
by Dot Tuer. Vanguard, Feb. 1985, v. 14, no. 1.
Introduction
by Lisa Steele and Bruce Grenville. Vera Frenkel The video tapes, 1985. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1985.
Breaking Through: Conscience and the Status Quo
by Renee Baert. Breaking Through: Conscience and the Status Quo, 1985. Toronto: A Space/ Vtape/ The Toronto Arts Council, 1985.
The art of anti-censorship
by John Bentley Mays. The Globe and Mail, June 7, 1985.
Canada - Video: A Medium in Search of its Task
by René Coëlho. Canadian Video Art, 1985. S.N., 1985.
Consolidation and Resistance:: Video in Toronto, An Overview
by Elke Town. Canadian Video Art, 1985. S.N, 1985.
Vera Frenkel: The Videotapes
by Robert McFadden et al. Ottawa: National Gallery Of Canada, 1985.
The New Narrative: Video In The 80's
by Marie Morgan. Banff Letters, Winter 1984.
Mythologies and Militarism: "Just Some Women Trying to Change History"
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Fall 1984, v. 8, no. 3.
Introduction
by Jane Wright. British/Canadian Video Exchange '84, 1984. Toronto: A Space, 1984.
Video in Canada: Process and Production
by Renée Baert. Video '84, - Recontres Vidéo Internationales de Montreal, 1984, v. sept.
Music Notes: Iconolatry in Motion (Part I)
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Feb. 1984, v. 7, no. 5.
Music Notes: Iconolatry in Motion (Part II)
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Spring 1984, v. 7, no. 6.
Production and the Axis of Sexuality
by Barbara Fischer and Anna Gronau. Production and the Axis of Sexuality, July 31, 1984. Banff: The Banff Centre, 1984.
Canada (cont.)
by Unknown. Video 84, 1984.
(untitled)
British/Canadian Video Exchange '84, 1984. London: Canada House Cultural Centre, 1984.
The New Work Show
by Victor Coleman. Vanguard, Nov. 1984, v. 13, no. 9.
Going Public - Three Evenings of Videotapes by Women
by Lisa Steele. Toronto: N/A, 1984.
Video/Video on the wall...
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1983, v. 6, no. 5.
Snakes and Ladders: Feminism in the Media
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Sept. Fall 1983, v. 7, no. 3.
A Space chooses evolution over revolution: New shows a return to...
by John Bentley Mays. The Globe and Mail, Nov. 26, 1983.
Video's Voices
by Peggy Gale. The Second Link - Viewpoints on a Video in the Eighties, 1983. Banff: Walter Phillips Gallery, 1983.
Changeless Channels: As video artists clean up their act, they're...
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1982, v. 5, no. 10.
Lisa Steele-Kitchen Sync
by Jane Northey. Vanguard, May 1982, v. 11, no. 4.
Colour Video/Vulgar Potential
by Peggy Gale. Parachute, Sept. Winter 1982, no. 25.
"Waiting For Lancelot" by Lisa Steele
by Claire Gravel. Circuits Video/Art Magazine, Winter 1981, no. 1.
A Question of Place 2
by Jennifer Oille. Vanguard, Nov. 1981, v. 10, no. 9.
Oppositional Television: Instead of a 'balanced story' these are...
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Mar. 1981, v. 5, no. 2+3.
Conversation Pieces: Barn Bridge House Trestle
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
On Video Distribution
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, May 1980, v. 4, no. 4.
Biennale 1980: A View from Venice
by Theodore Allen Heinrich. Vanguard, Oct. 1980, v. 9, no. 8.
222 Warehouse
by Judith Doyle. Parachute, Fall 1980, no. 20.
B-84: Work and Wages
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
Mr. Klein: Mother Daughter Mother Daughter
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
The Secret Life of Cornelia Lumsden: Automaton 79
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
The Canamama Lectures: Juan Geuer: The Unknown as Function of Time...
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
Blue Sky Dialogue: Tape Produced at CBC Television Vancouver
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
Echoes of Eden: Convicted But Not Convicted
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
Pirhana Farms: Winding Down
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
Long Playing: Liquid Legs
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
Pesticides:The Hidden Assassins: Ars Gratis Artis
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
Secret Action: Digit Recalls the Future
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
No Masters Yet: Very Delicate Invasion
by Lisa Steele. Fuse, Jan. 1980, v. 4, no. 2.
Video is not television, Performance is not theatre
by Martha Fleming and Douglas Durand. Body Politic, June 1980, no. 64.
The Lisa Steele Tapes: Investigation and Vision
by Catherine Russell. North of Everything: English Canadian Cinema Since 1980, 1980. University of Alberta Press, 1980.
Video show off to promising start
by John Bentley Mays. The Globe and Mail, Mar. 19, 1980.
Far riapparire il quadro è umano, far scomparire la performance...
by Laura Viotti. Lotta Continua, June 10, 1980.
Susan Britton: New Tapes: Bakunin Meets British Vogue
by Lisa Steele. Centerfold, Feb. 1979, v. 3, no. 3.
Quelques-uns des Nouveaux titres du Catalogue de Art Metropole
by Rene Blouin. Parachute, Spring 1979, no. 14.
Lisa Steele: recent tapes: The novel, the science report and the...
by Clive Robertson. Centerfold, June 1979.
But is it art?
by John Bentley Mays. Maclean's, Nov. 5, 1979.
To the audience: Tapes and performances at YYZ, Toronto, April 26,...
by Lisa Steele. Centerfold, July Summer 1979, v. 3, no. 5.
I Am Here, This Is Real
by Peggy Gale. Autobiography: Film/Video/Photography, 1978. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 1978.
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.
Rodney Werden's 'Baby Dolls'
by Lisa Steele. Centerfold, Sept. 1978, v. 2, no. 6.
Video: The Martini of the Visual Arts: Notes on the newest (and...
by Jay Scott. The Globe and Mail, Apr. 19, 1978.
This Time Don't Call it the Boob Tube
by Jay Scott. The Globe and Mail, Jan. 31, 1978.
Video Art 78
by Steve Partridge and David Hall. Video Art 78, May 6 Spring, 1978.
The Ballad Of Dan Peoples
by Lisa Steele. Toronto: Art Metropole, 1978.
Video Has Captured Our Imagination
by Peggy Gale. Parachute, Summer 1977, no. 7.
Time and a Birthday
by Ann-Sargent Wooster. SoHo Weekly, Mar. 3, 1977.
Vidéo: regard introspectif: Toronto Video: Looking Inward
by Peggy Gale. vie des arts, Spring 1977, v. 21, no. 86.
Video Sampler
by Ruth Askey. Artweek, July 2, 1977.
Lisa Steele: Looking very closely
by Peggy Gale. Video by Artists, 1976. Toronto: Art Metropole, 1976.
Structural Videotape in Canada
by Eric Cameron. VIDEO ART An Anthology, 1976. Toronto: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976.
Video Art in Canada: Four Worlds
by Peggy Gale. Studio International, May 1976, v. 191, no. 981.
Postface: Video Music Film
by Brian Dyson et al. Centerfold, Sept. 1976, v. 1, no. 2.
La vidéographie dans un contexte d'art
by Eric Cameron. Vie des arts, Fall 1975, v. 20, no. 80.
Videoscape in Toronto: An Interview with Ian Birnie
by Pat Fleisher. Art Magazine, Fall 1974, v. 6, no. 19.
Videoscape
by Marty Dunn et al. Toronto Ontario: Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), 1974.
Transcript of a videotape interview with Joe Bodolai
by Joe Bodolai. artscanada, Oct. 1973, v. 30, no. 4.
Women and Video: an introduction to the community of video
by Carol Zemel. artscanada, Oct. 1973, v. 30, no. 4.
Two Women in Personal Space
by Redon Xrist. Ethos, June 28, 1973, v. 7, no. 3.