Reading List

BOOKS

Appignanesi, R. et al.(2007) Introducing Postmodernism. New ed. London: Icon.

Barnard, G. W. (2011) Living consciousness: the metaphysical vision of Henri Bergson. Albany: State University of New York Press (SUNY series in transpersonal and humanistic psychology).

Bayles, D. and Orland, T. (2016) Art & fear: observations on the perils (and rewards) of artmaking. Santa Cruz, CA; Saint Paul, MN: Image Continuum Press ; Distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution.

Benjamin, W. et al.(2008) The work of art in the age of its technological reproducibility, and other writings on media. Cambridge, Mass: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

Bianchini, S. et al.(eds) (2016) Practicable: from participation to interaction in contemporary art. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press (Leonardo book series).

Bruno, G. (2016) Surface: matters of aesthetics, materiality, and media. Paperback edition. Chicago London: University of Chicago Press.

Elwes, C. (2015) Installation and the moving image. New York: Columbia University Press.

Gibson, J. J. (1979) The ecological approach to visual perception. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Graham, B. and Cook, S. (2010) Rethinking curating: art after new media. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press (Leonardo).

Harrison, C. (ed.) (2011) Art in theory, 1900 – 2000: an anthology of changing ideas. New ed., 12. [reprint]. Malden, Mass.: Blackwell.

Holland, E. W. et al.(eds) (2009) Gilles Deleuze: image and text. London ; New York: Continuum.

Jennings, G. (ed.) (2015) Abstract video: the moving image in contemporary art. Oakland, California: University of California Press.

Kim, J. (2016) Between film, video, and the digital: hybrid moving images in the post-media age. New York: Bloomsbury Academic (International texts in critical media aesthetics, 10).

Kwastek, K. (ed.) (2015) Aesthetics of interaction in digital art. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Macey, D. (2001) The Penguin dictionary of critical theory. London ; New York: Penguin Books.

Merleau-Ponty, M. (2012) Phenomenology of perception. Hoboken: Routledge.

Mondloch, K. (2010) Screens: viewing media installation art. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (Electronic mediations, v. 30).

Morrill, R. (ed.) (2015) Akademie X: lessons in art + life. London: Phaidon.

Noë, A. (2006) Action in perception. 1. MIT Press paperback ed. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press (Representation and mind).

Penny, S. (2017) Making sense: cognition, computing, art, and embodiment. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press (Leonardo).

Romein, E., Schuilenburg, M. and Tuinen, S. van (2012) Deleuze compendium. Amsterdam: Boom.

Spielmann, Y. (2008) Video: the reflexive medium. English ed. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press (Leonardo).

Tomkins, C. (2014) Duchamp: a biography. Revised ed. New York: Artbook DAP.

Trodd, T. J. (ed.) (2011) Screen/space: the projected image in contemporary art. Manchester, UK ; New York: Manchester University Press (Rethinking art’s histories).

Trodd, T. J. (2015) The art of mechanical reproduction: technology and aesthetics from Duchamp to the digital. Chicago ; London: University of Chicago Press.

PAPERS

Ernst, S. and Zijlmans, K. (2016) The magic of projection: augmentation and immersion in media art. University Leiden

WEB PUBLICATIONS

Kluitenberg, E. (2017) Locating ArtScience

Geert Lovink and Nathaniel Tkacz (2011) Critical Point of View, A Wikipedia Reader. Institute of Network Cultures, www.networkcultures.org , Amsterdam

Manovich, Lev (2008) The Practice of EveryDay (media) Life.

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