Julie Zando

Julie Zando is a videomaker living in Buffalo New York. She is the former Director of Squeaky Wheel film and Video Coalition and editor the The Squealer. She has also taught at the Universtiy of California at San Diego. Zando's work has been featured at the Museum of Modern Art "Video Viewpoints Series", the 1988 AFI Video Festival and at the 1988 Manifestation Internationale Video Festival de Montbeliard. Zando exploits the raw and edgy properties of video 8 with potent results while investigating the intermingling issues of power relations, sexual identity and desire.

Artist Code: 022


The Apparent Trap

1999, 20:00 minutes, B&W, English

Uh Oh!

1994, 38:00 minutes, colour, English

The Bus Stops Here

1990, 27:00 minutes, B&W, English

The A Ha! Experience

1988, 04:30 minutes, colour, English

Let's Play Prisoners

1988, 22:00 minutes, B&W, English

Hey Bud

1987, 10:36 minutes, colour, English

I Like Girls For Friends

1987, 02:26 minutes, B&W/colour, English

Critical Writing

Girls on the Remake
by Cynthia Chris. Afterimage, Mar. 2001, v. 28, no. 5.
Sadie Benning or the Secret Annex
by Bill Horrigan. Art Journal, Winter 1995, v. 54, no. 4.
Avant-Garde Camp: Shock Corridor
by Manohla Dargis. The Village Voice, Feb. 1993.
Doubling Narratives
by Jessica Bradley. Cineaction, 1992, no. 30.
Ways in Being Gay
by Elizabeth Licata. High Performance, Spring 1991.
Mom's The Word
by Barbara Osborn. AfterImage, Jan. 1991, v. 18, no. 6.
Outlaws Through the Lens of Corporate America
by Ellen Spiro. Cinematograph, 1991, no. 4.
Self-lessness: Buffalo Gals
by Sandra Haar. Fuse, June 1990, v. 13, no. 5.
Buffalo Gals go 'round feminism
by Donna Lypchuk. Metropolis, Feb. 8, 1990.
Sexuality and Politics
by Liam Lacey. The Globe and Mail, Aug. 4, 1990.
The Deep: Lures and No Exits
by Amy Taubin. The Village Voice, Nov. 13, 1990.
Sodom North: Bash Back: A Video Series Curated by Sara Diamond &...
by Sara Diamond. Matriart, Summer 1990, v. 1, no. 2.
Buffalo Gals
A Space (Artists Space), 1990. Toronto: A Space (Artists Space), 1990.
by Cynthia Chris. Afterimage, Apr. 1989, v. 16, no. 9.
Video at the Crossroads: A review of the 1988 AFI Festival
by Margaret Morse. Video Networks, 1989, v. 13, no. 314.
If It's Tuesday...
by Amy Taubin. The Village Voice, Oct. 17, 1989.
Video and Language: September 7- October 17, 1989
by Barbara London. The Museum of Modern Art Department of Film, 1989.
Document & Dream
by Dan Walworth.
Where The Buffalo Roam
by John Worden. Afterimage, Dec. 1988, v. 16, no. 5.
Local Artists stand out as east meets west in video olympics
by Elizabeth Licata. Gusto, Apr. 29, 1988.
Video & Television
by Michael Nash. High Performance, Winter 1988, no. 44.
Cornell Hails Buffalo's Media Art
by Richard Huntington. The Buffalo News, Oct. 9, 1988.
Landscapes of Address
by Chris Hill. Infermental 7, 1988. Buffalo: Hallwalls, Inc., 1988.
ESSAY: Question
by Bill Horrigan.