Wendy Geller is a Canadian video artist who's works deal with, among other things, issues of gender[1], sexuality[2], and class[3]. Geller was born in Winnipeg, Canada in 1957[4]. Geller earned a bachelors of fine arts from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and later received a M.F.A. from the University of California, San Diego[5]. Along with her work as a video artist, from 1987-1990 Geller also worked as an Assistant Professor at the Kansas City Art Institute. Geller died in 1996[6]. After her death, Geller's family established The Wendy Geller Fund at Video Pool which was intended to aid other artists in the production of independent works[7].


Jill Skinner - Diary of a Star (1985) Video, 9:20, Colour [clip]

Songbird, Chapters 1-3 (1986) Video, 24:00

Miss Teen Canada Pageant, The (1983) Video, 38:00

48 Hour Beauty Blitz (1982) Video, 45:00 [clip]

Correspondences - Letters Within the Landscape (1989) A/V Installation, not fixed

Private Residence (1973) Video, 6:30, Black & White [clip]

Ville D'Ester (1991) Video, 14:00

Masetto and the Nuns (1991) Video, 13:30 [clip]

Grotto of the White Tiger (1991) Video, 7:00

Stories for the Garden: Felicitous Spaces (1991) A/V Installation, not fixed

Natural Histories: Case Studies (1993) A/V Installation, not fixed

Domestic Bliss (1987) Video, 3:45, Colour

Pleasure Garden, Video, 12:00

Seven (1987) Video, 11:41, Colour [clip]

Stories for the Garden: Metamorphoses (1991) Video, 26:00, Colour [clip]

Six (1986) Video, 4:07, Black & White [clip]

Stories for the Garden: Winter Pictures (1992) Video, 26:00, Colour

Learning About Feminine Sexuality (1986) Video, 4:00, Colour [clip]

Stories for the Garden: Evolution (1992) Video, 26:00, Colour [clip]

Valley of the Ladies (1981) Video, 28:00

Natural History Case Studies: Grove (1993) Video, 60:00


  1. GLAMOUR: 48-HOUR BEAUTY BLITZ. NSCAD University. Retrieved on 25 April 2015.
  2. Learning About Feminine Sexuality.
  3. Wark, Jayne (1997). "48-Hour Beauty Blitz, Gender, Class, and the pleasures of popular culture". Art Journal 56 (4): 41-47. 
  4. Wendy Geller. Video Pool. Retrieved on 25 April 2015.
  5. Wendy Geller. Video Pool. Retrieved on 25 April 2015.
  6. Wendy Geller. Video Pool. Retrieved on 25 April 2015.
  7. Wendy Geller. Video Pool. Retrieved on 25 April 2015.
  8. Wendy Geller. Video Pool. Retrieved on 25 April 2015.

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