Discussion of Work in Book Chapters, Articles, Symposium Reports

Cadence Kinsey, "Matrices of Embodiment: Rethinking Binary and the Politics of Digital Representation" in Signs, Vol. 39, No. 4, Summer 2014 (The University of Chicago Press), pp. 897-925.

Rose Marie Arbour, Dossier | Féminin pluriel et féminismes en arts visuels au Québec on esse arts + opinions, 2013. (

Tanja Nusser, Wie Sonst Das Zeugen Mode War: Reproduktionstechnologien in Literatur und Film (Frieburg i.Br./Berlin/Wien: Rombach Verlag KG), 2011, pp. 149-151.

Ingeborg Reichle, Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and

Artificial Life in Contemporary Art (Wien/New York: Springer), 2009, various pages.

Edward Shanken, ed., Art and Electronic Media (London and New York: Phaidon Press), in section “Charged Environments,” 2009, pp. 96-119.

Caroline Seck Langill, "Negotiating the hybrid: art, theory and genetic technologies" in

AI & Society, Vol. 20, No. 1, January 2006 (Springer London), pp. 49-62.

Ingeborg Reichle, Kunst aus dem Labor: Zum Verhältnis von Kunst un Wissenschaft

im Zeitalter (Vienna: Springer-Verlag, 2005).

Ingeborge Reichle, "Where Art and Science Meet: Genetic Engineering in Contemporary Art" in Kunst Texte, 2/2003; abridged and translated for Media Art Net.

Jools Gilson-Ellis, "Loa and behold: voice ghosts in the new technoculture" in Digital

Creativity (UK: Routledge), Vol. 12, Issue 2, June 2001, pp. 77-88.

Helga Pakasaar, "Technology Cheated my Image Symposium," Windsor Review, Vol. 31

No. 1, Spring 1998.

Solo catalogues, Feature articles, Solo exhibition reviews

R.M. Vaughan, review of Flo'nGlo in Images Festival, the Big Picture, National Post, April 23, 2005.

Henry Lehmann, "Futility of Life", The Gazette, July 24, 2004.

Bernard Lamarche, "La science suivie à la trace", Le Devoir, July 17, 2004.

Christine Redfern, "Call the Doctor", Montreal Mirror, July 1-7, 2004.

Anita Euteneier, "The Art of Science and the Science of Art", Ottawa Express, Feb, 2004.

Suzanne Richard, "Gérer l'ingérable", Voir, 25 au 31 mars, 2004.

Earl Miller, exhibition review of Fit/Unfit, para-para (Parachute) 013, I-II-III, 2003.

Caroline Langill, exhibition review of Fit/Unfit, Canadian Art, Winter, 2003.

Kim Sawchuk, reprint of 1994 Parachute article, and Dot Tuer, artist interview, for

Fit/Unfit, The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, 2003

Carlos Soldevila, feature in Voir, Montréal, January, 1999.

Gary Michael Dault, exhibition review, The Globe and Mail, April 17, 1999.

Renee Baert, exhibition review, C Magazine, Winter, 1996.

St phane Aquin, critique d'exposition, Voir, Montréal, juillet, 1995.

David Liss, exhibition review, Montreal Gazette, August 19, 1995.

Kim Sawchuk, "Biological Not Determinist: Nell Tenhaaf's Technological Mutations", feature essay in Parachute 75, July, August, Sept., 1994.

Stéphane Aquin, "Science et Réalité", critique d'exposition, Voir, mai, 1993.

Donald Goodes, "Taking up space", exhibition review, Hour, May 13, 1993.

Stéphane Aquin, "Le facteur réalité", critique de In Vitro, Voir, 21 mai, 1992.

Johanne Sloan, In Vitro exhibition review, Parachute, Fall, 1992.

Jean Dumont, critique d'exposition, Le Devoir, 23 mai, 1992.

Johanne Lamoureux, exhibition catalogue for horror autotoxicus, Western Front Gallery, Vancouver, 1991.

Jane Young, "Picturing Language", Gramatica review, Vanguard, Sept., 1988.

Serge Bérard, critique d'exposition, Parachute, Et , 1987.

Gilles Daigneault, critique d'exposition, Le Devoir, 7 février, 1987.

Reesa Greenberg, "Sacred Cows", exhibition review, C Magazine, Summer, 1987.

Earl Miller, review of A.C.T. show, Art on Air, CKLN FM Toronto, Sept. 10, 1987.

Melanie Reinblatt, exhibition review, Montreal Mirror, Feb. 5, 1987.

Reesa Greenberg, "Nell Tenhaaf/Nicole Jolicoeur", exhibition review, Vanguard vol. 14, no. 7, Sept, 1985.

Georges Bogardi, exhibition review, The Montreal Star, March 21, 1979.

Reviews and Catalogues, Two person exhibitions

Earl Miller, "Myths from Cyberspace", exhibition review, Parachute 87, 1997.

Nathalie-Roze Fischer, "Duo dreaming of bodies in a high-tech bind", exhibition review, Now, Nov. 28, 1996.

Johanne Sloan, catalogue essay for Blair Robins/Nell Tenhaaf, Glendon Gallery, Toronto, 1994.

Harry Rudolfs, "Dust bunnies and In Vitro show at Glendon Gallery," exhibition review, Excalibur, Jan. 26, 1994.

Interviews, profiles

Jordan Pearson, VICE Motherboard on 1980s Telidon artists, TV interview in         “Transmissions” and online article “The Original Net Artists” (July 21, 2015 -

Pau Waelder Laso, interview for Fondación Telefonica site, + VIDA

Kim Sawchuk, "Artificial Life and Lo-Fi Embodiment: A Conversation with Nell Tenhaaf and Melanie Baljko", Atlantis 32.2, 2008, pp. 6-17.

Caroline Langill, "Shifting Polarities: Interview with Nell Tenhaaf", video interview, 2006.

Carlos Soldevila, Montréal, interview for video profile of electronic media experts, 1999.

Alan Conter, Montréal, interview for CBC Radio Ideas, "Click here for culture", the impact of technological change, 1999.

Nina Czegledy, "Mediated Realities in Biomedicine: (for) Consciousness Reframed," Newport UK, a CD-ROM on ethics in Biomedicine, 1997.

Deirdre Hanna, "Celebrity tools and toys" in Now, Dec. 4, 1997.

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, "Perverting Technological Correctness" in Leonardo, Vol. 29, No. 1, 1996.

Rose Marie Arbour et Francine Couture, "Table ronde: questions à trois artistes sur la création", Possibles vol. 9, no. 2 (hiver), 1985.

Susan Schwartz, "Women artists celebrate room of their own", The Gazette, April 15, 1983.

John Bentley Mays, "Powerhouse supplies juice to women in art", The Globe and Mail, Sept. 14, 1981.