Bibliography / Research for 2018

“Art in the Age of Obsolescence.” MOMA.

Besser, Howard. “Contemporary art that does not last without being changed.”

Ellis, Seth. “Version Control.”

Forster, E.M. The Machine Stops.

Ghosal, Torsa. “Unprojections, or, Worlds Under Erasure in Contemporary Hollywood Cinema,”

Bibliography / Research for 2017

My MFA is complete, but my research never is! I will still be sharing my primary reading list, divided by year.

Adusei-Poku, Nana, “On Being Present Where you Wish to Disappear.” e-Flux 77. 2016.

Aesthetics of Erasure, New Media Journal

Atwood, Margaret. “Backdrop Addresses Cowboy.” 1976 (re-reading).

Barthes, Roland. Camera Lucida (re-reading).

Berry, Justin. “Untitling Landscapes.”

Dillon, Brian. Ruins (Whitechapel Documents of Contemporary Art). 

Groys, Brian. “Towards the New Realism.” e-Flux 77. 2016.

Hawley, Anthony. “Future Dread.” Hyperallergic.

Jarvis, JD. “Digital Art and Divination: If This, Then That.”

Kahn, Peter H. Jr., “Children’s Affiliations with Nature: Structure, Development , and the Problem of Environmental Generational Amnesia.”

Kahn, Peter H. Jr., “Environmental Amnesia.”

Kahn, Peter H. Jr. “Why do we Destroy the Nature We Love.” Pyshcology Today.

Lertzman, Renee. “The Myth of Apathy.”

Munteanu, Nina. “Environmental Generational Amnesia: Selective Memory or Just Disrespect?”

Miller, Paul D. “Warhol’s American Dream.” (re-read)

Morton, Timothy. Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World. 2013.

Mundende, Charles Tonderai, “Black Mirror Body.” e-Flux 80.

Nadin, Mihai. “Anticipation and dynamics: Rosen’s anticipation in the perspective of time. Special issue of International Journal of General Systems, Vol. 39, Issue 1, 2010 with an introduction by George Klir.

Steingraber, Sandra. “Environmental Amnesia.” Orion Magazine.

Street, Ben. “Christof Mascher: Memory Palace.” Third Text. 2016.

“The Philosophy of Time Travel – Edgar Arceneaux, Vincent Galen Johnson, Olga Koumoundouros, Rodney McMillian & Matthew Sloly. Studio Museum, Harlem.” 2007.

Wark, MacKenzie, “Digital Provenance and the Artwork as Derivative.” e_flux 77. 2016.

Wood, Brian Kuan. “Is it Heavy or is it Light?.” e-Flux 61.

Wood, Brian Kuan. ” We are the Weather.” e-Flux 45, 2013.


Bibliography / Research for 2016

art journal, winter 2015, all issues from 2016

Barthes, Roland. Camera Lucida (re-reading).

Baudrillard, Jean. America.

Baudrillard, Jean. The Illusion of the End. 

Camus, Albert. The Myth of Sisyphus and other Essays. 

Edgerton, Gary R. Television histories : shaping collective memory in the media age. 2001.

Groom, Amelia ed. Time. Whitechapel Documents of Contemporary Art. 2013.

Harren, Natalie. “Knight’s Heritage: Karl Haendel and the Legacy of Appropriation, Episode Three, 2013.”

Harrison, Nate. “Response to Natilee Harren’s “Knight’s Heritage: Karl Haendel and the Legacy of Appropriation, Episode Three, 2013” –

Hartley, John. Tele-ology: Studies in Television. 

Jackson, John Brinckerhoff. A Sense of Place,  A Sense of Time. 

Jackson, John Brinckerhoff. Discovering the Vernacular Landscape. 

Lunenfeld, Peter. The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on New Media.

Plato. The Republic (re-reading)

Rinehart, Richard and Jon Ippolito. Re-collection: Art, New Media, and Social Memory. 

Robbe-Grillet, Alain. The Erasers. 1994. Print.

Schwartz, Hillel. The Culture of the Copy: Striking Likenesses, Unreasonable Facsimiles. 

Sharp, Sarah Rose. “Registering the Moment of Remembering.” Hyperallergic. 7 July, 2016. Web. 1 July, 2016.

Slavoj Žižek. The Parallax View. 

Bibliography / Research for Fall, 2015

Artists at Work – Doug Rickard –

Artists at Work: Takahiko Iimura –

Batchen, Geoffrey. “Ectoplasm.” Each Wild Idea. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001.

Bidart, Frank. In the Western Night: Collected Poems, 1965-1990. 1991.

Nash, George. The Semiotics of Landscape: Archaeology of Mind. 1994. British Archaeological Report

Navas, Eduardo. “After Media: (Hot and Cold),” Drain 6:1 Cold, 2009. Web. 29 March, 2015. 

Plato. The Symposium. 

Ranciere, Jacques. The Future of the Image. Verso. 2009. 

Virno, Paolo. “Déjà Vu and the End of History.” e-Flux 62.

Wei Wei, Ai. “Whatever’s Happened is already not Interesting at all.”

Weinberger, Eliot, ed. American Poetry Since 1950 – Innovators and Outsiders, an Anthology Edited by Eliot Weinberger. 1993.

Wood Kuan, Brian. “Is it Heavy or is it Light?” e-Flux 61.

Vermeulen, Timotheus, “The New Depthiness.” e-Flux 62.

Vinegar, Aron. “Ed Ruscha, Heidegger, and Deadpan Photography.” Association of Art Historians, 2009. 

Genera; writing/philosophy/research:
Barry Traux, Gaston Bachelard, Hal Foster, Paul Ricoeur, DJ Spooky, Geoffrey Batchen, Eduardo Navas, Lev Manovich, Lucy Lippard.

Bibliography / Reading List for Spring, 2015

Texts in blue indicate works I have finished reading. 

Texts in red indicate works I am currently reading.

Atwood, Margaret. “Backdrop Addresses Cowboy.” 1976.

Bragaglia, Anton Giulio. Futurist Photodynamism.

Barnet, Sylvan. A Short Guide to Writing About Art. 9th Edition. New Jersey: Pearson, Prentice Hall. 2008. Print.

Barthes, Roland. Camera Lucida

Bazin, André Bazin and Hugh Gray. “The Ontology of the Photographic Image.” Film Quarterly 13:4 (Summer, 1960), pp. 4-9. Print.

Bolewski, Christin. “Journeys in Travel–An Infinite Digital Database Film Project.” ISEA. 2011.

Burns, David R. “Dematerialization, Media and Memory in the Digital Age.” ISEA, 2011.

Foster, Jonathan K. Memory, A Very Short Introduction. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. Print.

Ginzburg, Carlo and Anna Davin. “Morelli, Freud and Sherlock Holmes: Clues and Scientific Method.” History Workshop 9 (1980): 5-36. Print.

Gottschall, Jonathan. The Storytelling Animal: How Stories Make us Human. 2013.

Grau, Oliver. “Media Art Explores Image Histories:  New Tools for our Field.” ISEA 2011.

Manovich, Lev. “Cinema and Communication / Distance and Aura.”

McLuhan, Marshall. Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1994. Print.

Thorne, Sam. “Tris Vonna-Michell.” Frieze 110, 2007.


Heller, Joseph. Catch-22.

Bibliography / Reading List for Fall, 2014

Texts in blue indicate works I have finished reading. 

Texts in red indicate works I am currently reading.

Allen, Jennifer. “Tell Tales:  How Memory Has Changed.” Frieze: 141 (2011). Sept. 2011. Web. 17 Nov. 2014.

Barthes, Roland. “The Third Meaning.” Image-Music-Text. New York: Hill and Wang, 1978. 49-68. Print.

Birnbaum, Daniel. “Crystals.” Memory. Ed. Ian Farr. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2012. 137-144. Print.

Bourriaud, Nicolas. “Deejaying and Contemporary Art.” Appropriation. Ed. David Evans. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2009. 158-165. Print.

—. “The Journey-Form (3): Temporal Bifurcations.” Memory. Ed. Ian Farr. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2012. 96-101. Print.

–.Relational Aesthetics. Trans. Simon Pleasance & Fronza Woods. Dijon, France: Le Presses Du Réel, 2002. Print.

Boyd, Mark Cameron. “Postnarrative Structure.” Theory Now. 10 April, 2008. Web. 17 Oct. 2014.

Buonanno, Milly. The Age of Television: Experiences and Theories. Trans. Jennifer Rice. Chicago: Intellect, Ltd: The University of Chicago Press, 2008. Print.

Critical Art Ensemble. The Electronic Disturbance. Autonomedia: New York, 1994. Print.

Culley, Peter. “Two Works by Stan Douglas.” Vanguard 16:4 (1987).

Cox, Donna J. “The Tao of Postmodernism: Computer Art, Scientific Visualization and Other Paradoxes.” Leonardo Supplemental Issue 2 (1989), 7-12. 

Dienst, Richard. Still Life in Real Time – Theory After Television. Durham: Duke University Press, 1994. Print.

Drucker, Johanna. “Temporal Photography.” Philosophy of Photography 1:1 (2010): 22-28. Print.

Enwezor, Okwui. “Documents into Monuments: Archives as Meditations in Time.” Memory. Ed. Ian Farr. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2012. 133-136. Print.

Erll, Astrid and Ansgar Nünning. Cultural Memory Studies : An International and Interdisciplinary Handbook. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2008. Print.

Farr, Ian. Memory. Ed. Ian Farr. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2012. Print.

—. “Introduction/Not Quite how I Remember it.” Memory. Ed. Ian Farr. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2012. 12-27. Print.

“Filming Locations.” The Official Dwight Schultz Fansite Message Boards. The Official Dwight Schultz Fansite. 22 Oct. 2013. Web. 18 Aug. 2014.

Fiske, John and John Hartley. Reading Television. Florence: Routledge, 1978. Print.

Foster, Hal. “An Archival Impulse.” The Archive. Charles Merewether, Editor. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2006. Print.

—. “Introduction.” The Anti-Aesthetic, Essays on Postmodern Culture. Ed. Hal Foster. New York: The New Press, 1998. ix – xvii. Print.

Goldstein, Paul. Copyright’s Highway – From Gutenberg to the Celestial Jukebox. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2003. Print.

Kirby, Alan. “Successor States to an Empire in Free Fall.” Times Higher Education. TES Global. 27 May, 2010. Web. 26 Sept. 2013.

Manovich, Lev. “The Algorithims of our Lives.” The Chronicle Review (2013). 16 Dec. 2013. Web. 1 Nov. 2014.

—. The Language of New Media. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2001. Print.

—. “Remixability and Modularity.” Manovich, 2005. Web. 2 Oct. 2014.

—. “What Comes after Remix?”   Manovich, 2007. Web. 27 July, 2014.

“Mashup.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. 24 July, 2014. Web. 25 Aug. 2014.

Miller, Paul D. a.k.a. DJ Spooky. “Kino-Glaz/Kino-Pravda: Remix,” Artist Statement. DJ Spooky. 2009. Web. 13 Oct. 2014.

—. “Loops of Perception: Sampling, Memory and the Semantic Web.” Horizon 8 (2003). Web. 20 Aug. 2014.

—. “Material Memories: Time and The Cinematic Image.” Notes for the Oberhausen Film Festival, 2001. Web. Oct. 2014.

Morley, David. Television, Audiences and Cultural Studies. London: Routledge, 1992. Print.

Morse, Margaret. Virtualities: Television, Media Art and Cyberculture.;idno=heb08251#?

Navas, Eduardo. “Remix Defined.” Remix Theory. 2006. Web. Sept. 2014.

—. “Turbulence: Remixes + Bonus Beats.” New Media Fix. 2006. Web. 22 Aug. 2014.

Newcomb, Horace. Television: A Critical View. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006. Print.

Norrena, Jim. “Alumnus Spotlight: Anthony Discenza.” CCA News. California College of the Arts. 12 Nov. 2008. Web. 3 Aug. 2014.

Paul, Christiane. Digital Art, 2nd (World of Art). Thames & Hudson Ltd.: London, 2003. Print.

“Render Ghosts and the ‘New Aesthetic.’” Carol’s E-Learning and Digital Cultures Blog. 7 Dec. 2011. Web. 18 Nov. 2014.

Reyes, Jorge. YouTube Comment. “Station 51 Inside Tour.” YouTube. YouTube, LLC. 9 Feb. 2013. Web. 3 Sept. 2014.

Said, Edward W. “Invention, Memory and Place.” Critical Inquiry 26: 2 (2000). 175-192. Print.

Schama, Simon. Landscape and Memory. New York: Knopf, 1995. Print.

Smith, Greg. J. “Sample Culture.” Vague Terrain 7 (2007). Web. 8 Nov. 2014.

Stonard, John-Paul. “Douglas Gordon – Artist Biography.” Tate.

Yokley, Richard and Rozane Sutherland. Emergency!: Behind the Scene. Sudbury, MA:  Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2007. Print.

Velicu, Adrian. “Cultural Memory Between the National and the Transnational.” Journal of Aesthetics & Culture 3, 2011. Print.

Still Reading

Bielby, Denise D. Global TV: Exporting Television and Culture in the World Market. 

Chiu, Melissa and Lu Han. “Revolutionary Ink: The Paintings of Wu Guanzhong.” Exhibitions. Asia Society. 24 April 2012. Web. 23 Nov. 2014.

Mahani, Najmeh Kahlil. “The Work of Cinema in the Age of Digital (Re) Production.” Off-Screen 7:10 (2003). Web. 1 Nov. 2014.

Manovich, Lev. “The Paradoxes of Digital Photography.” Photography after Art Photography Exhibition Catalog Germany, 1995. 

Bumped to Spring, 2015

Appleton, Jay. The Experience of Landscape.

Batchen, Geoffrey. Each Wild Idea: Writing, Photography, History.

Benjamin, Walter. Theses on the Philosophy of History.

Boorstin, DJ. The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-Events in America. 

Casey, Edward. Representing Place: Landscape Painting and Maps.Clark, Kenneth. Landscape into Art. 

Comella, Rosemary. “Indexical Immateriality: Photography and Film Inside the Machine.” ISEA, 2011. Istanbul. Web.

DeLue, Rachel Z. Landscape Theory (the Art Seminar). 

Fox, Charity. “Paramilitary Patriots of the Cold War: Women, Weapons, and Private Warriors in The A-Team and Airwolf.” How Television Shapes Our Worldview: Media Representations of Social Trends and Change.

Green, Rachel. Internet Art (World of Art Series).

Groom, Amelia. Time  (Whitechapel: Documents of Contemporary Art)

Malpas, Jeff. Place and Experience: A Philosophical Topography. 

Malpas, Jeff. The Place of Landscape: Concepts, Contexts, Studies.

Manovich, The Camera and the World, New Works by Tamás Waliczky. 1998.

Manovich, Lev. Cinema by Numbers. 1999.

Manovich, “The Database as a Symbolic Form.” 1998.

Manovich, Lev. Navigable Worlds. 1998.

Manovich, Lev. New Media: a User’s Guide. 1999.

Manovich, Lev. The New Media Reader. 2003.

Manovich, Lev. Post-media Aesthetics. 2000.

Manovich, Lev. “Watching the World.” Aperture 214. 2014. –

Miller, Paul D. Rhythm Science. 

Minkowski Spacetime Diagram –

Mitchell, W.J.T. Landscape and Power. 

Morse, Margaret. Virtualities: Television, Media Art and Cyberculture.;idno=heb08251#?

Navas, Eduardo. “Regressive and Reflexive Mashups in Sampling Culture.” Mashup Cultures,2010. New York: Springer/Wein.  Print. –

Rogoff, I. Terra Infirma: Geography’s Visual Culture. 

Scholette, Gregory. Dark Matter: Art and Politics in the Age of Enterprise Culture (Marxism and Culture).

Wands, Bruce. Art of the Digital Age. 

Van Parys, Michelle. The Way out West.

Varnelis, Kazys and Anne Friedberg. “Place: Networked Place.” Networked Publics. 2008. MIT Press.


Vague Terrain (Journal) –

ISEA 2011 -List of Papers

DAM – Essays –

Lev Manovich – critical articles –

NY Digital Salon List of Papers

Bush, Vannevar. “As we may Think.”

Hyperland (Ted Nelson) –

Navas, Eduardo. Minima Moralia Redux –

Remix – Nine Inch Nails –

Online Resources, Pinboards / Reference Boards

Glyphs, Language, Linguistics

Research Board, Residency 1

Research Board, Residency 2

Research Board, Residency 3

Pop Influence

Visual Remix Resource


My video research list keeps growing! To see additional works I’m studying, visit my YouTube Residency 3 Research List on YouTube, including videos by Maya Deren, John Whitney, Karel Zeman, Len Lye, Zbigniew Rybczynski and Hans Richter, as well as television openings and contemporary mashups –

Bladerunner – The Aquarelle Edition –

Johnny Cash – Ain’t no Grave – (at 2:46).

Michael Snow – Wavelength (1967) –

Chris Marker – La Jetée (1962) (From Stills) –

Charlie Todd – The Shared Experience of Absurdity (TED) –

Ze Frank – My Web Playroom (TED) –

Psycho (1960)

The Birds (1963)

Head (1968)

Terminator 2 (1991)

Richard Altman’s Short Cuts (1993).

Fragments of Short Films by Zbigniew Zbig Rybczynski –

Vertov, Man with a Movie Camera (1929) –

Stop Copying Me – Appropriation in Art –

M*A*S*H – Then and Now –

Tour the Original M*A*S*H TV Set –

Simon & Simon Opening Theme (From Stills), Season 1, Version 2 –

Simon & Simon Pilot Opening (From Stills) –

The Rockford Files Opening (From Stills)

John Whitney, Yantra (1957) –

John Whitney – Arabesque (1975) –

Anthony Discenza – all videos –


Navas, Eduardo. The Steve Reich Remixes, 2014 –

Navas, Eduardo. The John Cage Remixes, 2013 –

Bibliography / Reading List for Spring, 2014

Ascott, Roy. “Behaviorables and Futuribles.” Art and Electronic Media (Themes & Movements). Phaidon Press, 2009. Print.

Ascott, Roy. “Technoetic Pathways toward the Spiritual in Art: A Transdisciplinary Perspective on Connectedness, Coherence and Consciousness.” Leonardo 39.1 (2006): 65-69. Print.

Bender, Barbara. “Time and Landscape.” Current Anthropology 43, Supplement (2002): 103-112.

Brown, Kathryn. “The Artist as Urban Geographer: Mark Bradford and Julie Mehretu.” American Art 24.3 (2010) 100-113. Print.

Dowling, Christopher. “Aesthetic Formalism: The Pursuit of Lasting Values.” Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Web. 12 April, 2014. 

Drucker, Johnanna. “Temporal Photography.” Philosophy of Photography 1:1 (2010): 22-28. Print.

Evans, David. Appropriation (Whitechapel: Documents of Contemporary Art)

Foer, Joshua. Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything. Penguin Books: New York. 2012. 

Frampton, Kenneth. “Towards  a Critical Regionalism: Six Points for an Architecture of Resistance.” The Anti-Aesthetic.

Frauenfelder, Katherine. “Peter Fischli and David Weiss: Everything’s Fine.” Sculpture 27.4 (2008): 44-47. Print.

Fredrickson, Lori. “Matthew Brandt Maintains the Physical Aspects of Photography.” American Photo. 27 September, 2013. Web. Accessed 2 March, 2013. –

Heartfield, James. “Postmodernism and the Death of the Subject.”

Kirby, Alan. Digimodernism: How New Technologies Dismantle the Postmodern and Reconfigure Our Culture. 2009.

Manovich, Lev. The Language of New Media (Leonardo Books).

Paik, Nam June. “Afterlude to the Exposition of Experimental Television.” Art and Electronic Media (Themes & Movements). Phaidon Press, 2009. Print.

Paik, Nam June. “Cybernated Art.” Art and Electronic Media (Themes & Movements). Phaidon Press, 2009. Print.

Paul, Christiane. Digital Art, 2nd (World of Art).

Paul, Christiane. “The Myth of Immateriality–Presenting New Media.” Technoetic Arts: A Journal of Speculative Research 10.2-3 (2012): 167-172. Print.

Riffaterre, Michael. “Intertextuality vs. Hypertextuality.” New Literary History. 25 (1994) 779-788.

Ryan, Maureen and Jennifer Kamp, Megan Evans. “The Suburban Landscape Reframed Utilizing New and Traditional Technologies to Visualize Changing Notions of Place and Belonging.” The International Journal of the Arts in Society 6:6, 2012. Print.

Sandoval, Claudia. “For a Critical Perspective of the Value of Web Art.” Metaverse Creativity 1:1 (2010): 21-33. Print.

Seaman, Bill. “Oulipo vs. Recombinant Poetics.” Leonardo 34.5 (2001): 423-430. 

Shanken, Edward A. Art and Electronic Media (Themes & Movements). Phaidon Press, 2009. Print.

Solnit, Rebecca. Storming the Gates of Paradise: Landscapes for Politics. University of California Press, 2003. Print.

Streitberger, Alexander and Hilde Van Gelder. “Photo-filmic images in Contemporary Visual Culture.” Philosophy of Photography 3.1, 2010: 48-53. Print.

“The Inventionist Manifesto.” Art and Electronic Media (Themes & Movements). Phaidon Press, 2009. Print.

Vermeulen, Timotheus and Robin Van der Akker. “Notes on Metamodernism.” Journal of Aesthetics & Cutlure 2 (2010): 1-14.

Weibel, Peter. “World as Interface–Toward the Construction of Context-Controlled-Event-Worlds.” Art and Electronic Media (Themes & Movements). Phaidon Press, 2009. Print.

Weil, Benjamin. “Art in Digital Times: From Technology to Instrument.” Leonardo.

Weintraub, Annette. “Artifice, Artifact: The Landscape of the Constructed Digital Environment.” Leonardo. 

Weintraub, Annette. “The Im/Possibility of Time Regained: Navigating the Unstable Past, Present and Future of Internet Art.” ISEA 2011.

New Media Studies Magazine – Digital Artifacts, Issue #4


“The Unreality of Time.” Physics Central. Web. 17 April 2014.

Troy Brauntuch at Petzel Gallery –

Video / Television

Discenza, Anthony. “All Heads Turn When the Hunt Goes by (2001),” excerpt. Vimeo, 2012. Web. 5 May 2014.

Discenza, Anthony. “Suspension (1997).” Vimeo, 2012. Web. 25 April 2014.

Discenza, Anthony. “Phosphorescence. (2000).” Vimeo, 2012. Web. 30 April 2014.

Duchamp, Marcel. “Anemic Cinema (1926).” YouTube, 20 April, 2007. Web. 15 Feb. 2014.

Levin, Golan. “Software (as) Art.” TED 2004. TED, Feb. 2004. Web. 23 Jan. 2014.

Levin, Golan. “Art that Looks Back at You.” TED 2009. TED, Feb. 2009. Web. 23 Jan. 2014.

“Masdar: A Green City.” Bloomberg Brink. Bloomberg TV. 13 May, 2013. Web. 24 April, 2014.

Richter, Hans. “1928 Dadaist Film.” YouTube, 1 March 2011. Web. 3 Feb. 2014.

“Singularity University.” Bloomberg Brink. Bloomberg TV. 4 June, 2013. Web. 24 April, 2014.

Saunders, Matt. “Video Installation at Blum and Poe.” Artsource Consulting. Vimeo, April 2014. Web. 31 May 2014.

Steinkamp, Jennifer and Jimmy Johnson. “Loop.” Lotus Lynn. Vimeo, 2008. Web. 29 May, 2014.

Bibliography / Reading List for Fall, 2013

Agnes Martin: Before the Grid (exhibition catalog). 

Agnes Martin: The Early Years – (exhibition catalog and materials) – 

Binkley, Thomas. “The Quickening of Galatea: Virtual Creation without Tools or Media.” Art Journal 49.3 (1990): 233-240. 

Binkley, Thomas. “The Vitality of Digital Creation.” The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 55.2 (2013): 107-117. 

Bryan, Susan Montoya. “Discovering Agnes Martin’s Artistic Roots.” The Huffington Post. February 21, 2012. Web. 

Brown, Kathryn. “The Artist as Urban Geographer: Mark Bradford and Julie Mehretu.” American Art 24.3 (2010): 100-113.

Chua, Lawrence. “Lawrence Chua and Julie Mehretu.” BOMB 91 (2005): 24-31.

Corcoran, Marlena. “Digital Transformations of Time: The Aesthetics of the Internet.” Leonardo 29.5 (1996): 375-378. 

Dalia Lama. The Universe in a Single Atom: The Convergence of Science and Spirituality. Harmony Books: New York. 2006. Print.

Darley, Andrew. Visual Digital Culture: Surface Play and Spectacle in New Media Genres. – READ

Davies, Paul. “The Cosmic Bootstrap (How did the Primeval Energy Come to Exist?)” Parabola 17.4 (1992): 69-71.

Diebenkorn in New Mexico – 

Diebenkorn – 

Fischl, Eric, Leon Golub, Susan Rothenberg and Julian Schnabel. “Expressionism Today: An Artist Symposium (interviews by Carter Ratcliffe and Hayden Herrera) (1982).” Artists, Critics, Context. 

Fitzgerald, Ali. “Lives and Works in Berlin – Portrait of Joanne Greenbaum in Berlin.” 6 September, 2012. Art 21 Blog. Web. 28 August, 2013. 

Gersch-Nesic, Beth. “Talking about Diebenkorn in New Mexico.” 2008. Web. – READ

Gleick, James. The Information: a History, a Theory, a Flood. 

Greenberg, Clement. “Modernist Painting.” Artists, Critics, Context: Readings in and Around American Art Since 1945. Ed. Paul F. Fabozzi. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. 2002. 201-208. Print. 

Ippolito, John. “Ten Myths of Internet Art.” Leonardo 35.5. (2002): 485-498. 

Jenkins, Henry. Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide. New York, NY: New York University Press, 2006. Print. 

Kaneda, Shirley. “Charline Von Heyl.” BOMB 113 (2010): 80-87 

Kerrigan, Michael. The Ancients in their Own Words. 

Kirby, Alan. “The Death of Postmodernism and Beyond.” Philosophy Now 58. (2006): 34-37. 

Kirby, Alan. “Successor States to an Empire in Free Fall. Times Higher Education. 2010. Web. 14 August 2013. 

Krauss, Rosalind. “Sculpture in the Expanded Field.” Artists, Critics, Context: Readings in and Around American Art Since 1945. Ed. Paul F. Fabozzi. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. 2002. 283-291. Print. 

Ljungberg, Christina. “Cartographies Of The Future: Julie Mehretu’s Dynamic Charting Of Fluid Spaces.” Cartographic Journal 46.4 (2009): 308-315. Academic Search Complete. Web. 12 July 2013.

Llyod, Seton and Hans Wolfgang Muller. Ancient Architecture.

Merton, Thomas. “The Discovering the Silence (The Giant Buddha Statues at Plponnaruwa)” Parabola 17.4 (1992): 64-65.

Morgan, Robert C. “An Interview with Hans Haacke.” (From Artists, Critics, Context by Paul F. Fabrozzi).

Norden, Linda. “Amy Sillman: The Elephant in the Painting.” Artforum, Feb. 2006: 238-245. Print. 

Pariser, Eli. The Filter Bubble. 

Qiang, Cai Guo. Sunshine and Solitude (Resplandor Y Soledad) – Exhibition Catalog. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Museo Universitario Arte Contemporaneo: Mexico, 2011. Print.

Richardson, Jack. “Thinking, Mapping, Moving: Considerations of Space in Visual Culture.” Visual Arts Research 32: 2 (63), Papers Presented at a Visual Culture Gathering November 5-7, 2004. Print 

Smithers, Stewart. “The Sleeping Dragon and the Waters (Chaos in Vedic Mythology)” Parabola 17.4 (1992): 26-32. 

Tufte, Edward. Envisioning Information. Cheshire, CT: Graphics Press, 1990. Print. 

Additional bibliographic entries for Fall, 2013 can also be found at The Cascade Project.


Audio/Video Resources (Fall, 2013)

“Are there More than Three Dimensions?” Through the Wormhole. Narr. by Morgan Freeman. Science. 29 June, 2011. Television.

“Alien Galaxies.” How the Universe Works. Narr. by Mike Rowe. Discovery. Science Channel, Albuquerque. 10 May, 2010. Television.

“Big Bang.” How the Universe Works. Narr. by Mike Rowe. Discovery. Science Channel, Albuquerque. 25 April, 2010. Television.

“Black Holes.” How the Universe Works. Narr. by Mike Rowe. Discovery. Science Channel, Albuquerque. 2 May, 2010. Television.

“Creating an Earth.” How to Build a Planet. Narr. by Richard Hammond. Science. 14 October, 2013. Television.

“Engineering a Universe.” How to Build a Planet. Narr. by Richard Hammond. Science. 22 October, 2013. Television.

Marden, Brice. “…On Cold Mountain 6, Bridge.” SFMOMA. YouTube 10 August, 2010. Web. 16 September, 2013. 

“What are we Really Made of?” Through the Wormhole. Narr. by Morgan Freeman. Science. 21 July, 2010. Television.


Anders, Peter. Anthropic Cyberspace.

Baudrillard, J. Simulacra and Simulation. / Baudrillard, J. Simulations (1983).

Burnley, David. “Scribes and Hypertext.” The Yearbook of English Studies. 25 (1995) 41-62.

Buck-Morss, S. The Dialectics of Seeing: Walter Benjamin and the Arcades Project.

Capra, Fritjof. The Turning Point: Science, Society and the Rising Culture.

Coomaraswamy, Ananda K. The Transformation of Nature in Art.

Davis, D. Art and the Future: A History/Prophecy of the Collaboration Between Science, Technology and Art.

Derrida, Jacques. Archive Fever.

Doel, M. Poststructuralist Geographies: The Diabolical Art of Spacial Science.

Doczi, Gyorgy. The Power of Limits: Proportional Harmonies in Nature, Art, and Architecture

Elkins, James. Six Stories from the End of Representation: Images in Painting, Photography, Astronomy, Microscopy, Particle Physics, and Quantum Mechanics, 1980-2000 (Writing Science).

Haraway, Donna. Cyborg Manifesto.

Kaku, Michio. Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos. 2006.

Karmel, Pepe. “Arshile Gorky: Anatomical Blackboard.” Master Drawings 40.1, American Drawing in the Mid-Twentieth Century (2002):

Krauss, Lawrence and Richard Dawkins. A Universe from Nothing: Why there is Something Rather than Nothing. 

Myers, D. “Time, Symbol Transformations, and Computer Games.” Play and Culture 5:4: 441-57. 1992.

Patterson, Nancy. “Hypertext and the Changing Role of Readers.” The English Journal. 90 (2000) 74-80.

Porter, Fairfield. Art in its Own Terms: Selected Criticism 1935-1975.

Potter, Garry and Jose Lopez. After Postmodernism: An Introduction to Critical Realism. 2001.

Reichart, J. Cybernetics, Art and Ideas. 

Snyder, Ilana. Hypertext: The Electronic Labyrinth. New York: New York University Press, 1996.

Siren, Osvald. The Chinese on the Art of Painting: Texts by the Painter-Critics, from the Han through the Qing Dynasties.

Strogratz, Steven H. How Order Emerges from Chaos in the Universe, Nature, and Daily Life.

Tomasula, Steve. “Bytes and Zeitgeist: Digitizing the Cultural Landscape.” Leonardo.

Toulmin, Stephen. The Architecture of Matter.

Toulmin, Stephen. The Discovery of Time.

Vaidhyanathan, Siva. The Googlization of Everything: (And Why We Should Worry). 2011.

Vitamin D and Vitamin D2: New Perspectives in Drawing.

Previous Bibliography (completed for The Archaeology of Being, 2012)

Baudelaire, Charles. The Painter of Modern Life. Phaidon Press: London, 1995.

Baugh, Bruce. “Authenticity Revisited.” The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 46, no. 4 (1998). 477-487.

Benjamin, Walter. The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. CreateSpace (Amazon): Seattle, 2010.

Bussagli, Mario and Paul Hamlyn. Chinese Painting. Paul Hamlyn: London, 1969.

Capra, Fritjof. The Web of Life. Doubleday: New York, 1996.

Capra, Fritjof. The Tao of Physics. 35th Anniversary Edition. Shambhala: Boston & London, 2010.

Cohan, Charles. “The Net of Irrationality: The Variant Matrix & the Tyranny of the Edition.” Contemporary Impressions 1, no. 3 (1993). 9-11.

Critical Art Ensemble. The Electronic Disturbance. Autonomedia: New York (1994).

Da-Wei, Kwo. Chinese Brushwork in Calligraphy and Painting. Dover Publications: New York, 1981.

Denizot, Rene. “Focus.” In On Kawara, edited by Jonathan Watkins. 112-117. Phaidon Press: London, 2002.

Duchamp, Marcel. “The Creative Act,” Session of the Creative Act, Convetion of the American Federation of Arts, Houston, Texas, 1957.

Ember, Carol R., and Melvin Ember, Peter Peregrine. Anthropology, 12th Edition. Prentice Hall: New Jersey, 2007.

Hawking, Stephen. The Theory of Everything, The Origin and Fate of the Universe. Phoenix Books: Beverly Hills.

Ferrier, Jean-Louis. Paul Klee. Finest SA Pierre Terrail Editions: Paris, 1998.

Jones, Amelia and Andrew Stephenson. Performing the Body / Performing the Text. Routledge: London, 1999. 1-10.

Kandinsky, Wassily. Translated by Michael H. Sadler. Concerning the Spiritual in Art, Dover Publications (and Amazon Digital Services, Inc.): New York, 2012.

Kentridge, William. Trace. The Museum of Modern Art, New York: New York, 2010.

Klee, Paul. The Inward Vision: Watercolors, Drawings, Writings. New York: Abrams, 1959.

Kohn, Livia. The Taoist Experience, an Anthology. State University of New York Press: New York, 1993.

Kumar, Shaurya. “Techno Narcissism, a Printmaker’s Ordeal.” The Mid America Print Council Journal 19, 1 & 2, 2011. 8-10.

Legeza, Laszlo. Tao Magic, The Chinese Art of the Occult. Pantheon Books: New York, 1975.

Loori, John Daido. The Zen Art Book: The Art of Enlightenment. Shambhala: Boston & London, 2009.

Masters of Huainan. The Tao of Politics, Lessons of the Masters of Huainan (Translations from the Taoist Classic Huainanzi). Translated by Thomas Cleary. Shambhala: Boston, 1990.

Morimura, Yasumasa. Daughter of Art History: Photographs by Yasumasa Morimura. Aperture: New York, 2005. 113-123.

Munroe, Alexandra. The Third Mind, American Artists Contemplate Asia 1860-1989. Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation: New York, 2009.

Murray, Susan. “Digital Images, Photo-Sharing, and our Shifting Notions of Everyday Aesthetics.” Journal of Visual Culture 7, no. 147 (2008). 147-163.

Nadin, Mihai. “Emergent Aesthetics: Aesthetic Issues in Computer Arts.” Leonardo 2, 1989. 43-48.

Parallel Universes. BBC 2 Horizon Science & Nature, 2002. Broadcast, 60 minutes.

Smedley, Audrey. “Race and the Construction of Human Identity.” American Anthropologist 100, no. 3 (1998). 690-702.

Tzu, Lao. Tao Te Ching: A New English Version. Translated by Stephen Mitchell. Harper Perennial: New York, 1988.

Tzu, Lao. The Tao Te Ching of Lao Tzu. Translated by Brian Brown Walker. St. Martin’s Press: New York, 1995.

Wenger, Robert. “Visual Art, Archaeology and Gestalt.” Leonardo 30, no. 1 (1997). 35-46.

Whitman, Walt. Leaves of Grass with Autobiography. Sherman & Company: Philadelphia, 1900.

Wong, Eva. Lieh-Tzu. Shambhala: Boston & London, 1995.

Wong, Eva. The Shambhala Guide to Taoism. Shambhala: Boston & London, 1997.

Young, James O. “Art, Authenticity and Appropriation.” Frontiers of Philosophy in China 1, no. 3 (2006). 455-476.

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