Anne McGuire’s art spans video, performance, and painting. She has created a body of performance videos often utilizing analog black-and-white video cameras and experiments with linear narratives. She and Wobbly (Jon Leidecker) first performed on KPFA radio in 1999, which led to many live shows. Anne’s videos have screened at MoMA and The Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), The Getty Museum (Los Angeles), SFMOMA (San Francisco), Berkeley’s Pacific Film Archive (PFA), and film and video festivals internationally. Her work is cited in Radical Light: Alternative Film and Video in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1945–2000 (2010, University of California Press) and California Video: Artists and Histories (2008, Getty Research Institute). McGuire has exhibited her fine art at David Cunningham Projects, 2nd floor projects, Right Window, and Southern Exposure, in San Francisco. Her work is distributed by Video Data Bank (Chicago) and LUX (London).