"I capture little chosen moments. I snatch them from the subject and the subject is me. I speak in an off-hand manner. I catch floating moments on a nice body of water. My work has something specific about it : it suits me. I can sing, waddle about, and say things. A woman sitting any place is already something. It's usually elegant if you don't mind crossing your legs. Mine are crossed."
"At the other extreme, viewers settled down comfortably to watch Sylvie Laliberte’s Mes amis les poissons (1998). I felt impatient watching her happily paddling in water - thinking about all the ways in which ‘real time’ videos waste mine - until a friend explained that the script, which was in French, was not only hilarious but crucial to an understanding of the piece. My respect increased : in a perverse way, potential inaccessibility and an insistence on difference seem to me to be what Biennales ought to be about."
PALMER, Laurie. "Montreal Biennale", frieze, no 44, January-February 1999, [http://www.frieze.com/issue/review/montreal_biennale/]