Nell Tenhaaf

Nell Tenhaaf is an electronic media artist and writer. She has exhibited across Canada, in the U.S. and in Europe and has published numerous reviews and articles. He latest work UCBM (you could be me), an interactive computer based installation, premiered in April 1999 at Paul Petro Contemporary Art in Toronto. In 1997 she presented an online performance work Neonudism at InterAccess in Toronto., as well as in Montreal in 1999 and has been represented in group shows such as LikeLife at the Brighton Media Centre in Bighton, UK; Tech no-seduction at The Cooper Union in New York and Odd Bodies/Corps étrangers at the National Gallery of Canada. Her textual and visual work addresses the cultural implications of new technologies, focusing on representational developments int he biosciences, in Artificial Life, and on the Internet. She is a member of the editorial board of Fuse Magazine and is represented in Toronto by Paul Petro Contemporary Art.

Artist Code: 579



1997, 23:00 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

This Must be the Place
by Vera Frankel et al. Interaccess exhibition essay, 2005.
A moving picture of reel life: Images Festival reflects street heat
by Peter Goddard. The Toronto Star, Apr. 22, 1999.
by Nell Tenhaaf. Parachute, Jan. 1997, no. 85.
Of Monitors and Men and Other Unsolved Feminist mysteries: Video...
by Nell Tenhaaf. Critical issues in Eletrocnic Media, 1995. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1995.
Video Technology and the Feminine
by Nell Tenhaaf. Parallelogramme, 1992, v. 18, no. 3.
Regeneration: 13 October - 25 November 1990
by Christine Conley. Regeneration, 1990. Kingston: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 1990.