Deirdre Logue

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My Stuff

Our Evils Amputated

By Deirdre Logue. Written About: Songs of Praise for the Heart Beyond Cure. 14:40, 2006, by Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby. For Carried Away, Vtape, 2011

Site Specific Symptoms

By Deirdre Logue.(Originally published in Landscape with Shipwreck: The Films of Philip Hoffman, Insomniac Press/Images Festival, Toronto, 2001

Queering Plunder

By Deirdre Logue. From the exhibition catalogue. November 17, 2006 to January 14, 2007, at Central Gallery.

When I Need To Be Somebody Else

By Deirdre Logue. Originally published in Promise, a catalogue for a show of performance-based video and film dedicate to different states of becoming, curated by Deirdre Logue. Published by YYZ Artists' Outlet, Sept. 1999

Milk and Juice

By Deirdre Logue. An unfinished text to the artist I wish I'd met before starting psychoanalysis. September 2007

Reading the Desert

By Deirdre Logue.

Their Stuff

Id's Its - Installations by Deirdre Logue

July 13–August 4, 2012. Open Space Arts Society 510 Fort Street, Victoria, BC

Deirdre Logue interviewed by Mike Hoolboom

"My arm is a branch, the camera in my hand a leaf, photosynthesizing."

Looking for Love in all the Right Places: Deirdre Logue

by Tracy Tidgwell for No More Potlucks

Beyond Her Usual Limits

by Matthew Hyland

Scrapes: Unruly Embodiments in Video Art

by Sarah Brophy and Janice Hladki

Pomp and Circumstance: The Ever-Expanding Film Festival

by Andréa Picard. Cinema scope, Spring 2007, Issue 30

On Films and Videos by Deirdre Logue, Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan

by Jenny Bisch. Curatorial essay accompanying the Nonsense? Nonsense! Films and Videos from Deirdre Logue, Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan program screened at the Winnipeg Film Group's Cinematheque on July 22, 2009.

The Anxious Images of Deirdre Logue

by Penny McCann. Art Star 3 Video Art Biennial / Biennale de vidéo d'art

Interior Expansion (ENG) / Forum Expanded (GER)

by Stefanie Schulte Strathaus. Interior Expansion: Why Always Instead of Just Sometimes

Against Autobiography

by Steve Reinke

Beyond the Fringe

by Larissa Fan (Originally published in Take One, Dec, 2003)

Circles of Confusion

by Jon Davies

Can You Hear That?

by Sarolta Jane Cump

Grown Ups Don't Make Video Art

by Emily Vey Duke

Interview with Karyn Sandlos

September 2000

My Jaw Aches

by Brenda Goldstein

Notes From An Editor

by Aleesa Cohene

Why Not Always?

by Mike Hoolboom

Deirdre Logue's Enlightened Nonsense

by Mike Hoolboom

Some Thoughts and Attempts to Articulate Reactions to "Why Always Instead of Just Sometimes"

by Barbara Sternberg

The Performative Body: From Primal Fantasies to Perversion

by Carol J. Moore. March 2001. Windsor, Ontario.


by Daniel Cockburn