Bibliography

Some texts are readable on this site by clicking essay titles, others can be read through active links below. These selected texts are written and copyright: Mireille Bourgeois. 

(im)mobile, January 2015, curatorial text co-written with Chantal Molleur for exhibition with same title, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, NS. Edited by Mireille Bourgeois, other writers: Jonathan Shaughnessy and Susann Wintsch. Download full E-catalogue HERE.

A View from Nowhen, October 2014, curatorial text in catalogue for exhibition Amanda Dawn Christie: Land Lost, Galerie d’art Louise et Reuben Cohen, Moncton, NB. Edited by Mireille Bourgeois, other writers: Pip Chodorov and Scott Birdwise.

On Becoming, August 2014, curatorial text for exhibition with same title in festival anthology, Struts Gallery, Sackville, NB

Myth and Monolith essay in artist monograph Permanent Revolution: Istvan Kantor, January 2014, book co-published and edited by Linda Feesey, co-published and project managed/copy-edited by Mireille Bourgeois, funded by Canada Council for the Arts.

Sight, Site, and Sound, February 2014, liner notes for album/exhibition “In-Between” of works by Canadian painter Cassandra Cronenberg and Italian composer Ivan Iusco

Elephants in the Air, Fall 2007, essay in Journal Incite #3, “New Ages”, INCITE! Journal of Experimental Media & Radical Aesthetics, edited by Brett Kashmere. Read HERE.

Funeral Song, June 2013, essay in book “Splitting the Choir; The moving Images of Donigan Cumming”, Canadian Film Institute, edited by Scott Birdwise

Growing up stupid, January 2010, catalogue essay for curatorial screening with same title, as part of the Curatorial Incubator Residency, VTape, Toronto, ON, edited by Michelle Jacques.

You have to want A.B.&C. and fulminate against 1,2,&3, May 2008, Missive published as part of “Hey Hey Glossolalia (AFTER) Exhibiting the voice”, Creative Time, New York, NY, Performed in event “THE EROTICISM OF PEDAGOGY” by Tirdad Zolghadr and  Liam Gillick.

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