Bikeride, video loop,  2009, 04’47
vocals and video content provided by Tom and Sugi

In Bikeride, the canine point of view is presented in relation to the urban landscape of Vancouver. Bikeride is informed by the everyday activities with dogs, Tom and Sugi. The project details the canines’ actions in relation to urban geography as they run through the city beside the artist riding her bike. Bikeride emphasizes the dog as an urban animal in  landscape continuously in flux. The soundtrack is composed from sounds of the city and dogs recorded during the rides.


Shown at:

  • 2012  “Taking Time”, Surrey Urban Screen, Surrey Art Gallery, Canada
  • 2010 “passages”, Art Gallery of Mississauga, Canada
  • 2010 CUE: Artists’ Videos, Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada


Production Team:
Julie Andreyev: cinematography, sound recording, production
Tom and Sugi: concept, actors, vocals

Associated publication:

Andreyev, Julie. “Dog Voice: A Memoir”, Interactive Futures ’11: Animal Influence, Antennae, Issue 21,

Supported by: Intersections Digital Studios, Emily Carr University of Art + Design