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Images from
Aganetha Dyck's
Exhibition.


Introduction:
Science, Art & Bees

by Mark L. Winston.


Nature as Language
by Serena Keshavjee.


Aganetha Dyck:
The Living Skin

by Juan Antonio Ramírez.


Aganetha Dyck
Bibliography

by Rebecca Stillwell.


Acknowledgements.
Dyck
Dyck sculpture


ABOVE: an Aganetha Dyck work. Photograph by Peter Dyck.

Edited by Serena Keshavjee.

The following Aganetha Dyck bibliography was compiled by Rebecca Stillwell.

 AGANETHA DYCK Bibliography

"Aganetha Dyck."  Manitoba Visual Artists Index (1992): 58. 

Aganetha Dyck.  Winnipeg, Manitoba: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1995. 
Online. 
Available:  http://www.wag.mb.ca/whatson/adyck.html.  December 2001. 

"Aganetha Dyck and the Honeybees."  in versions (Winter 1994): 10. 

"Art Centre is Buzzing with Bee Exhibit."  Guelph, Ontario: 
Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, University of Guelph, 1997. 
Online. 
Available:  http://www.uoguelph.ca/atguelph/97-03-12/cynthia.html.  December 2001. 

Balboni, Roger, Sylvie Marandon and Estelle Pagès.  Aganetha Dyck.  Paris:  Services culturels de l'Ambassade du Canada, 2001.  96 pages. 

"Between Body and Soul."  Montreal, Québec:
Concordia's Thursday Report, Concordia University, 1998. 
Online. 
Available:  http://pr.concordia.ca/ctr/archives/is041298/art7.html.  December 2001. 

Borsa, Joan.  "The Absent Bride:  Intimate Acts and Interior Movements."  Aganetha Dyck.  Winnipeg:  Winnipeg Art Gallery and
St. Norbert Arts & Cultural Centre (1995):  50-58. 

Butler, Sheila.  "Women's Work:  The Radical Domestications of Aganetha Dyck."  Arts Manitoba 4.1 (Winter 1984):  16-19. 

"Celebrity Camera Auction: Aganetha Dyck."  Winnipeg, Manitoba: 
The Floating Gallery, 1999. 
Online. 
Available:  http://www.floating.org/cca/dyck.htm.  April 2002. 

Dafoe, Chris.  "Minding Her Beeswax." 
The Globe and Mail 28 February 1996: A10- A11. 

Dahle, Sigrid.  "Winnipeg Artist Aganetha Dyck Uses the Ordinary to Create Art."  Western Producer 22 August 1985:  WP14-WP15. 

----------.  "Talking with Aganetha Dyck:  A Ten Year Conversation."  Aganetha Dyck.  Winnipeg:  Winnipeg Art Gallery and St. Norbert Arts & Cultural Centre (1995):  16-27. 

Dault, Gary Micheal.  "Aganetha Dyck Cooks Up a Honey of a Show." 
The Globe and Mail 11 December 1999:  R10. 

Davis, Kate.  "Public Service and Strategic Marketing as Audience Development."  Canadian Museums Association:  Muse XIV.1 (Spring 1996). 
Online. 
Available:  http://www.museums.ca/publications/muse/1996/spring96/davis.htm
December 2001. 

Eichhorn, Virginia MacDonnell.   Matriart.  Toronto: Women's Art Resource Centre (April 2002). 
Online. 
Available: http://www.warc.net/Matriart.html


Enright, Robert.  "Corpus."  Canadian Art 10.3 (Fall 1993):  80-81. 

----------.  "Angels and Insects."  The Globe and Mail 5 November 2001:  V7. 

"Exhibitions:  Earthly Gestures."  Victoria, British Columbia: 
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 2001. 
Online. 
Available:  http://www.aggv.bc.ca/exhibitions_archive.html.  December 2001. 

Eyland, Cliff.   "Aganetha Dyck."  C Magazine (April/June 1996): 43

Findlay, Len.  "Rumours of Our Breath."  Border Crossings 12.3 (July 1993):  50-53. 

"Gallery Gets Bee OK."  The Leader Post 23 July 1996:  A5. 

Gillmor, Alison.  "Objects of Wonder."  Border Crossings, August 1996. 
Online. 
Available: http://www.artic.edu/~kthorn/old/agrev.html.  April 2002. 

Grenville, Bruce.  "Chance, Abstraction, Expression:  Aganetha Dyck's Shrunken Clothing."  Aganetha Dyck.  Winnipeg:  Winnipeg Art Gallery and St. Norbert Arts & Cultural Centre (1995): 
28-31. 

Heath, Terrence.  "Another Prairies."  Border Crossings 6.1 (Winter 1986):  28. 

Heuval, Lindor.  "Is It All Right to Laugh?"  The Winnipeg Sun 27 April 1982:  18. 

"Honey of an Exhibit."  The Leader-Post 18 July 1996:  A3. 

Kerner, Anne.  "Aganetha Dyck Tricot d'Abeilles."  Beaux Art 202 (March 2001):  34. 

Kwock-Silve, Sandra.  "Art: Aganetha Dyck."  Paris, France: Paris Voice, March 2001. 
Online. 
Available:  http://www.parisvoice.com/01/mar/html/calendar.cfm.  April 2002. 

Laurence, Robin.  "'Last Butts' Last Rites."  The Georgia Straight  4-11 May 1990:  22. 

----------.  "Metaphors Outside the Mainstream." 
The Vancouver Sun 13 January 1996:  D5. 

Lehmann, Henry.  "Artists Construct Fantasy Selves." 
The Montreal Gazette 21 November 1998:  J2. 

Madill, Shirley.  "Out of the Home and into the Hive." 
Aganetha Dyck.  Winnipeg:  Winnipeg Art Gallery and St. Norbert Arts & Cultural Centre (1995):  8-14. 

----------.  "Aganetha Dyck and 200,000 Bees."  Tableau 8.3 (May/June 1995):  2. 

Margins of Memory.  Halifax, Nova Scotia:  MSVU Art Gallery Exhibitions,
Mount Saint Vincent University, 1998. 
Online. 
Available:  http://www.textstyle.net/msvuart/gallery
/pubs/byartists/0list_a_d.shtml

April 2002. 

Mark, Lisa Gabrielle.  "Discovering Art:  Aganetha Dyck."  The Art Vault, 2000. 
Online. 
Available:  http://www.artvault.com/1055/1057/10464/10535.asp.  December 2001. 

Matthews, Kevin.  "Entering the Frontier of Interspecies Partnership." 
Winnipeg, Manitoba: The Manitoban, University of Manitoba, 2000. 
Online. 
Available:  http://homepage.mac.com/ktm7/write.html.  April 2002. 

"MAWA: Newsmakers.  Winnipeg, Manitoba"
Mentoring Artists for Women's Art, 2002. 
Online. 
Available:  http://www.escape.ca/~mawa/news/events.html#MAWA.  April 2002. 

McIlroy, Randal.  "Suitcases Full of Intrigue." 
The Winnipeg Free Press 14 February 1987:  22. 

Melnyk, Doug.  "Still Life: Aganetha Dyck & Karen Thorton." 
Critical Distance 1.13 (24 March - 18 April 1995).  

Patten, James.  Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Art 1997 to 2000.  Winnipeg, Manitoba: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2000. 
Online. 
Available:  http://www.absolutearts.com/artsnews/2000/08/16/27320.html
April 2002. 

Perry, Meta.  "Surreal Exhibit Explores Range of Buttons in Jars." 
The Leader-Post 20 June 1985:  C4. 

Petrie, Ron.  "Yes, Art is in the Eye of the 'Bee'-holder." 
The Leader-Post 20 July 1996:  A3. 

Philp, Andrea.  "A Peek into the Hive."  Tableau 8.3 (May/June 1995):  3. 
 
 Ringer, Janet.  Beeswax and Braille:  An Artist's Exhibit Opens for the Sight-Impaired.  Winnipeg:  The Arts Report, CBC Radio, 2000. 
Online. 
Available:  http://www.infoculture.cbc.ca/archives/visart/visart_
11232000_jaganethadyck.phtml
.  December 2001. 

"Ruche à Conviction."  Numéro (April 2001): 62. 

Rushton, Al.  "Aganetha Dyck's Mad Hatting." 
Border Crossings 6.3 (June 1987):  25-26. 

Sabat, Christina.  "Beekeeper's Art Opens At Gallery." 
The Daily Gleaner 15 September 1997:  20. 

Sawka, Janice.  "Waxing Artistic."  Uptown 9 November 2000:  9. 

Scott, Micheal.  "ART."  The Vancouver Sun 6 January 1996:  B5. 

Stieffenhofer, Katharina.  "From Wedding Dresses to Bees at Work." 
The Glass Gazette  (Summer 1996):  4-5. 

Survivors, In Search of a Voice.  Toronto:  Woodlawn Arts Foundation, 1995.
Online. 
Available:  http://www.web.net/~survivor/page23.htm.  December 2001. 

Thomson, Grace E.  "The 'Art Cigarette' Resolution."  Brain is not Enough
Winnipeg: Gallery 1.1.1., University of Manitoba (10-28 January 1988). 

Tousley, Nancy.  "Reformed smoker uses object of fetish to look at society." 
The Calgary Herald April 1990. 

----------.  "Aganetha Dyck."  Canadian Art 9.3 (Fall 1992):  60-65. 

----------.  "ART."  The Calgary Herald 12 April 1996:  1. 

Visiting Winnipeg Artist - Aganetha Dyck.  Lethbridge:  School of Fine Arts,
University of Lethbridge, 1997.
Online. 
Available:  http://home.uleth.ca/sfa-art/present/ADyck.html.  December 2001. 

Walsh, Meeka.  "Bee Work:  Aganetha's Dyck Project-in-Progress." 
Border Crossings 10.4 (November 1991):  39-40. 

----------.  "The Incredible Lightness of Bee-ing." 
Border Crossings 19.2 (May 2000):  42-57. 

Yeo, Marian.  "Aganetha Dyck." 
Woman's Art Journal 8.1 (Spring/Summer 1987):  35-38. 
 


The Aganetha Dyck: Nature as Language CD-ROM includes essays, images and the interactive work called The Wax Museum which is an Aganetha Dyck, Richard Dyck and William Eakin collaboration. The disk also contains information about other Gallery One One One exhibitions: $20.00 plus shipping = $25.00 payable to Gallery One One One, School of Art, Main Floor, FitzGerald Building, University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus, Winnipeg, MB, CANADA R3T 2N2 TEL:204 474-9322 FAX:474-7605

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