part of Prime Time Video, Mendel Art Gallery
from Art Metropole catalogue:
TV Love (a made for TV love story) shows a man and a woman who appear against the blue glow of a TV set. The woman delivers a short, metered text in voice-over, expressing an ambiguity of gender between male and female. The tape expresses both the commonality and contrast of the sexuality and is intended as a statement toward sexual mutuality.
Canadian and Indigenous Art: 1968 to Present, curators Adam Welch, Christopher Régimbal. National Gallery of Canada, 2017-18
Recent Acquisitions: New Works by Canadian Video Artists, Susan Ditta, Curator.National Gallery of Canada, 1988
The Winnipeg Perspective 1985. Shirley Madill, Associate Curator. Winnipeg Art Gallery. February 21-March 24, 1985.
T.V. Love, British/Canadian Video Exchange ’84, Canada House, AIR Gallery, London UK.1984
T.V. Love, Rencontres Vidéo Internationales de Montréal, Montréal. 1984
Prime Time Video tour; Language Plus, Alma; Winnipeg Art Gallery; Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, P.R.I.M., Montreal; The Gallery/Stratford; White Water Gallery, North Bay; Burlington Cultural Centre; Banff Centre; Alberta College of Art, Calgary; Video Inn, Vancouver; Artcite, Windsor; Ed Video, Guelph; Kitchener/Waterloo Art Gallery; Moving Space, San Francisco; 1983-84; premiere screening Mendel Art Gallery & CBC broadcast, 1982
National Gallery of Canada