"Joyce Wieland's films elude easy categorization. The body of work as a whole is varied—there are films of a formal nature, and others which are less so. Several are political, concerned with technology, ecology, and her native land, Canada. Her films are informed by her involvement in other, more directly tactile art forms—painting, drawing, construction—and in crafts such as quilting."
-- Regina Cornwell
Cornwell, Regina. "True Patriot Love: The Films of Joyce Wieland." ["Reprinted from Artforum, vol. 10, no. 1 (September 1971)."] In Canadian Film Reader, edited by Seth Feldman and Joyce Nelson. Toronto: Peter Martin Associates, 1977. (p. 285)