Andrea Cooper

Andrea Cooper is an international media artist with a Masters in Visual Studies from the University of Toronto. Her most recent work Honey premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival's Forum Expanded in February 2010. Strange Things premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival's Forum Expanded in 2007 and showed at Extra City in Antwerp, Belgium in 2008. Cooper won the National Film Board of Canada's Emerging Filmmaker/Video artist award at the Images Festival in 2007. Cooper's work has been exhibited in galleries across Canada, most recently she had a solo exhibition Fickle As Poison at Grunt Gallery in Vancouver. Her work is distributed by Vtape in Toronto.

Artist Code: 788



2011, 10:30 minutes, colour, English


2009, 11:48 minutes, colour, English

Fickle as Poison

2008, 15:00 minutes, colour, English

Strange Things

2006, 15:36 minutes, colour, English

Oh, Darlin...

2006, 21:00 minutes, colour, English


2005, 05:20 minutes, colour, English


2005, 10:00 minutes, colour, English

Oblivion Runs

2004, 05:04 minutes, colour, English

Starring: Part 2

2002, 03:44 minutes, colour, English

Starring: The Television Commercial

2000, 00:30 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

Coming To Terms With Fickle As Poison
by Jeremy Todd. Brunt, Oct. 2009, no. 5.
Local Artist Featured at Images
by Erin Hatfield. The Parkdale Liberty Villager, Apr. 4, 2008.
Weekend of Poison, Planet, and Plants: International Shorts...
by Jessica Padykula., Apr. 7, 2008, v. 8, no. 2.
At The Galleries: Prehistory of the Trailer Park Boys
by Peter Goddard. The Toronto Star, Feb. 24, 2007.
Traumatic Landscape
by James MacSwain and Mireille Bourgeois. Traumatic Landscape, 2007. Halifax: The Centre for Art Tapes, 2007.
Andrea Cooper: Oh, Darlin
by Rhonda Corvese. University of Toronto Master of Visual Studies Programme 2006 Graduating Exhibition, 2006.
Darkness Ascends: Oh, Darlin
by Ashley Johnson. Canadian Art, Winter 2006, v. 23, no. 4.
Weird Geographies: Video Art from the Atlantic Region/Translantique
by Sarah Hollenberg. Arts Atlantic, Fall 2002, v. 19, no. 73 / 4.