Filmography

2017    I attempt from love’s sickness to fly, in vain. Exhibited in:

  • I attempt from love’s sickness to fly, in vain. In conjunction with the Capture Festival of Photography. Republic Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2017.

fr@Zu8Kuj, c.1981. Super 8mm film transferred to digital video. Exhibited in:

  • Carol Sawyer: The Natalie Brettschneider Archive. Bruce Grenville, curator. Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2017.

2016    The Rehearsal. 16mm film transferred to digital video. Created in collaboration with Evann Siebens, sound design by John Oliver. Exhibited in:

  • The Natalie Brettschneider Archive. Heather Anderson, curator. Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, ON. 2016.
  • The Natalie Brettshneider Archive. Michelle Jacques, curator. Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC. 2016.
  • Carol Sawyer: The Natalie Brettschneider Archive. Bruce Grenville, curator. Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2017.

2015    Shadow Puppet. Video installation. Exhibited in:

  • Shadow Puppet. Republic Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2015.

2012    Every day I take the same photograph. Every day the photograph is different. Quicktime movie from digital stills. Exhibited in:

  • Again and Again and Again: Serial Formats and Repetitive Actions. Daina Augaitis, curator. Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2012.

2011    Wood Work. 8 single channel video segments, created from historical 16mm film footage. Public Art Commission from the City of Vancouver. Exhibited in:

  • Public Video Installation, CoreVision Screens. Robson and Granville, Vancouver, BC. Premiered summer 2011, reprised August/September 2012.
  • Silva: Booming Grounds. Jesse Birch, curator. Nanaimo Art Gallery, Nanaimo, BC. 2015.

2010   Wellenfliegel. Single channel video. Exhibited in:

  • Vancouver 125: Time-Based. Marlene Madison, curator. Brockton Oval, Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC. 2010.

2009   Proscenium. Single channel video. Exhibited in:

  • Proscenium. Republic Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2009.
  • How Soon is Now. Kathleen Ritter, curator. Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2009.
  • Culture Shock: video interventions at the QET. Stephanie Rebick, curator. Queen Elizabeth Theatre Lobby, Vancouver, BC. 2010.
  • Theatre Theatre. Gregory Elgstrand, curator. Evergreen Art Gallery, Coquitlam, BC. 2016.

2008    Vacant Lot. Two channel video. Exhibited in:

  • Vacant Lot. Republic Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2008.

Water Park. Exhibited in:

  • Water Park. Christopher Brayshaw, curator. CSA space, Vancouver, BC. 2009.
  • Cue: Artists Video. Daina Augaitis and Christopher Eamon, curators. Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2010.

Music Video and Date Stamp. Created in response to an artist residency at the Vancouver Public Library in 2008. Exhibited in:

  • Trace Ingredients. Part of the exhibition series Memory Palace: Three Artists in the Library. Karen Love, curator. 2008. (Publication).

2003    Pillar. Single channel VHS video. Exhibited in:

  • Here. Part of Artropolis 2003. Donna Szoke, curator. Vancouver, BC. 2003.
  • Going a Journey. Kate Rimmer, curator. Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2003.

Cambie Street Bridge. Single channel VHS video. Exhibited in:

  • Here. Part of Artropolis 2003. Donna Szoke, curator. Vancouver, BC. 2003.
  • Going a Journey. Kate Rimmer, curator. Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2003.
  • The Most Violent Thing. Vanessa Sorenson, curator. Republic Gallery, Vancouver, BC. 2008.

Mylar Card. Single channel VHS video. Exhibited in:

  • Here. Part of Artropolis 2003. Donna Szoke, curator. Vancouver, BC. 2003.
  • ReCollect. Two person show with Mary Kavanagh. Corinna Ghaznavi, curator. A Space, Toronto, ON. 2005.