Lister, Ardele

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Biographical Notes

Ardele Lister works in time-based media and has been exhibited internationally in festivals, galleries, and museums, and on television. Her work is included in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Centre Georges Pompidou, the Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), Academie der Kunst (Berlin), and the National Gallery of Canada. She also has written for and edited art and media publications and foundedCriteria and The Independent.

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Grants/ Fellowships

2000-01

Fellow, Institute for Research on Women, Rutgers University, “Advocacy:

Decisions, Data, Discourse”

2000   

Canada Council, Travel Grant, to participate in conference, “National Pollinations”, Vancouver

1999-2000

Trust for Mutual Understanding (Soros Foundation), Grant for travel to Eastern Europe for Dreaming Backwards

1999   

Rockefeller Foundation Residency, Bellagio, Italy

Canada Council, Travel Grant, to present work and participate in international conference  “Nations, Pollinations and Dislocations: Changing Imaginary Borders in the Americas”

1997   

Wexner Center for the Arts, Residency in Art and Technology Post-Production facility for editing  “Conditional Love

1995

ArtsLink (Soros Foundation) Collaborative Grant for a new work, “Dreaming Backwards,” to work with a Romanian Filmmaker in Romania, the Ukraine and Poland

1994

Canada Council, Video Production Grant

1993   

Canada Council, Short Term Grant

1991   

Canada Council, Video Production grant

1989   

Canada Council, Video Production Grant

Media Alliance Marketing Assistance Grant

1988

Canada Council, Video Production Grant

1986   

Canada Council Arts Grant “B”

1985   

New York State Council on the Arts, “Between Heaven and Hell.”

National Endowment for the Arts

New York Foundation for the Arts.

Canada Council, Arts Grant

1984   

Canada Council, Project Cost Grant “Hell.”

1983   

New York State Council on the Arts

1982   

Canada Council, Arts Grant “B”.                              

Creative Artists Public Service Grant (CAPS).

1981   

Canada Council Video Production Grant “Split.”

1980   

Canada Council, Project Cost Grant.

Canada Council, Visual Arts Grant, Video Program

1979   

Canada Council, Visual Arts Grant, Video Program.

Canada Council, Film, Short Term Grant (Script development).

1978   

Canada Council, Short Term Grant.

1977   

Canada Council, Arts Awards.

1976   

Canada Council, Arts Grant “B”, Writing on Art and Patronage, U.S. and Canada for publication in Criteria.

Awards/ Festival Prizes

1998   Best Documentary, Rhode Island International Film Festival,  (Conditional Love)

1997   Juror’s Citation Award, Black Maria Film and Video Festival,  (Elemental: Being There)

1992   Honorable Mention/Best Documentary, 6th Atlanta Film and Video Festival, (It Happens..)

1990  Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburgh, PA

1987   First Prize, Video Art, Daniel Wadsworth Memorial Film Video Festival,  (Zoe’s Car)

1985   Special Merit Award, 8th Tokyo Video Festival, (Hell), 9th Atlanta Film and Video Festival

1982   U.S. Film and Video Festival,  (Split), Utah Video Festival,  (Split)

1981   Selected Work, JVC Tokyo Video Festival,  (Split)

1982   Atlanta Film and Video Festival,  (Split)

Writing

2003
Interview with Sandi Dubowski, Heeb Magazine, Vol.1, No. 1.

2000
“Possibly pertinent paradigms (in making unpopular culture)”, THE BODY CAUGHT IN THE INTESTINES OF THE COMPUTER AND BEYOND: Women’s Strategies in Media, Art and Theory, Edited by Marina Grzinic (Ljubljana) in collaboration with Adele Eisenstein, (Budapest/New York/Cologne), Festival of Computer Arts 2000 at MKC, Ljubljanska 4 LINK

1997
“Ars Electronica,” in Afterimage, vol.24, no. 4 (Jan./Feb. 1997)

1993
Rotation I: Persistence of Vision,” N.A.P. TEXT, Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall, pp3-4.
”A Brief Conversation between Ardele Lister and Pat McCoy,” Felix: A Journal of Media Arts and Communication, Vol. 1, No. 3, Fall, pp. 79-82.
“Contact Zones’ Video,” in Photography Quarterly #65: The Cultured Tourist (The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY, 1995)

1991
”From Receiver to Remote Control: The Set,” Felix: A Journal of Media Arts and Communication, Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring, pp. 69-70.

1979
”Everybody Wants to Be the Girl,” Performance by Artists, ed. p. Gale publ. Art Metropole, Toronto, pp. 237-249 (written with Bill Jones)
”Sexism in the Media: Another Round for Old Times’ Sake,” The Independent, published by the Foundation for Independent Video and Film, New York, April, page 9.

1978
“Edge/Junction: Words in Art,” Criteria, Vancouver, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 22-23.

1977
“Hewing the Wood and Drawing the Water-Women and Film in a Colonized Canada”, Heresies, New York, May, pp. 103-105.

1976
“Women Artists Now,” Television script for 30 min. program Canadian Broadcasting Corp. -Provincial Educational Media Centre, Co- Production, Vancouver
“Should a Small to Tiny Minority of People Impose Their Seemingly Elitist Demands for Culture...?,” Cinema Canada, Toronto, No. 27, April, p. 44

1975
“With Words,” Criteria, Vancouver, Vol. 1 No. 4, p. 10

1974
Art Critic, The Province (daily), Vancouver, Canada

Broadcasted Work

CBS-TV (PeeWee’s Playhouse) Public Broadcasting System (WNET-NY) Public Broadcasting System (KQED San Francisco)
Smart Project’s Space broadcast, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
New England Cable Systems
Cage TV Cincinnati
Channel 25, New York
Free Speech TV, Boulder, CO
Continental Cablevision, Enfield, CT
Southern Maine Cable TV Consortium, Portland, ME
American Cablesystems, Cambridge, MA
American Cablesystems, Cape Cod, MA
Boston (MA) Community Access and Programming Foundation
Continential Cablevision of Northampton, Northampton, MA
Greater Boston Cable, Woburn, MA
Quincy Cablesystems, Quincy, MA
Somerville Community Access TV, Somerville, MA
Community TV Network, Interconnect Channels, RI
Green Mountain Cable Vision, Burlington, VT
Cablevision of Stamford, CT
TV Ontario, Toronto, Canada

Publishing/editing

Ardele Lister founded and edited the journal CRITERIA, a Quarterly Review of the Arts, in 1975 in Vancouver. It was initiallly published under the auspices of the Vancouver Art Gallery, but by 1977 had dis-affiliated. Volumes 1-4 were published until Fall 1978, Volume 4, Number 2. Archived issues are below to view or download.

Ardele Lister founded The Independent, the first magazine devoted to the needs of independent video and film makers, published by the Foundation for Independent Video and Film, in New York in 1978. She edited the first several issues.

The Independent is still published by the Foundation for Independent Video and Film, and available online here.

Employment History

Graduate Director, Visual Arts Department, Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts (MGSA), 2008-Present

Undergraduate Director, Visual Arts Dept., Rutgers University, MGSA, 2006-2008

Associate Professor, Media Area Head, Visual Arts Dept. Rutgers University, MGSA, 1996-Present

Assistant Professor, Media Area Head, Visual Arts Dept. Rutgers University, MGSA, 1991-1996

Instructor, School of Visual Arts, NY, Film and Video Dept. 1989-1992

Instructor, Center for Media Arts, NYC- Graphic Design Prog. 1985-1987

Instructor, Montclair University, Media/Art Dept. 1982-1984

Instructor, Emily Carr College of Art, 1976

Teaching Assistant, Univ. of British Columbia, Fine Arts. Dept., Canada, 1973-1975

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