Robert Lendrum

Robert Lendrum is an artist working in video, performance and documentary. Raised between the suburbs of Toronto and the hamlet of Fallbrook, Ontario his work consistently explores issues of identity, place and memory. He holds a BFA from the University of Western Ontario, an MA in Media Studies from Concordia University, and an MFA in Documentary Media from Ryerson University. His exhibition record includes a solo show at the Ryerson Gallery, group shows at Gallery TPW, Doris McCarthy Gallery (U of T Scarborough), the 7th Annual Interaccess Emerging Artist show and Les territoires in Montreal, as well as screenings at the Images Festival, the 6th Annual Brakhage Symposium, Dawson City Short Film Festival and numerous other galleries and artist-run centres across Canada and the USA. For more information visit his website at

Artist Code: 326


Impostor: The Audition

2009, 12:44 minutes, colour, English


2008, 09:12 minutes, colour, English

Family Re-semblance

2008, colour/B&W

I've Been Shot

2007, 13:00 minutes, colour, English

The Chipmunks

2006, 05:58 minutes, colour, English

My Favorite Jokes

2006, 04:31 minutes, colour, English

My Commonly Used Phrases

2006, 08:56 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

Scene as Space Across Time: Presence, Passage & Transition
by Katy McCormick. BlackFlash, 2008, v. 25, no. 3.
Still Video: Photo Zombified The Video Star
by Robert Lendrum. Les Fleurs Du Mal, Sept. 2006, v. 1, no. 2.