Biblio

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2004
Martin, Nathan, Charles Green, and John Duda. FreeCooperation, Edited by Geert Lovink and Trebor Scholz. Buffalo, NY: Department of Media Study, SUNY at Buffalo, 2004.
Dzwonkoski, Julia. "Technology Delivers People." The Squealer 15, no. 1 (2004): 16.
Dzwonkoski, Julia. "What I Would Like the Future to Hold is Both/And." The Squealer 15, no. 1 (2004): 17.
2003
Wassall, Gregory H., and Douglas DeNatale. New England's Creative Economy The Non-Profit Sector: 2000. New England Foundation for the Arts, 2003.
Depocas, Alain. Permanence Through Change: The Variable Media Approach, Edited by Alain Depocas, Jon Ippolito and Caitlin Jones. NY and Montreal: Solomon Guggenheim Foundation and the Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science and Technology, 2003.
Depocas, Alain. Permanence Through Change: The Variable Media Approach, Edited by Alain Depocas, Jon Ippolito and Caitlin Jones. NY and Montreal: Solomon Guggenheim Foundation and the Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science and Technology, 2003.
1999
Drury, Sarah. "Who's in Control? Issues in Interactive Media Art." Connect: Information Technology at NYU, no. Fall 1999 (1999).
1998
Bode, Peer, Andrew Deutsch, Dave Jones, and Jessie Shefrin. Interview with Steina Vasulka, Edited by Pamela Hawkins. Experimental Television Center, 1998.
1994
Dienst, Richard. Still Life in Real Time: Theory after Television. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1994.
1993
Computer Art: An Ohio Perspective. Dayton, OH: Dayton Visual Arts Center, 1993.
Druckery, Timothy. Iterations: The New Image., 1993.
1992
Tambellini, Aldo. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Aldo Tambellini: Black Spiral (TV Sculpture), 1969., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Etra, Bill, and Steve Rutt. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Bill Etra & Steve Rutt, Rutt/Etra Scan Processor (Analog), 1973., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Hearn, Bill. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Bill Hearn: Vidium (Analog XYZ driver/sequencer), 1969., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Vasulka, Woody. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Curatorial Statement, Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Sandin, Dan. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Dan Sandin, IP (Analog Image Processor), 1972., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Jones, Dave. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: David Jones: Jones Frame Buffer (Spatial and Intensity Digitizer), 1977., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Buchla, Don. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Don Buchla, Buchla 100 Series (Audio synthesizer), 1964., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Siegel, Eric. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Eric Siegel: EVS Electronic Video Synthesizer (Analog), 1970, Dual Colorizer (Analog), 1971., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.

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