Computer art reading list

Beddard, Honor, and Douglas Dodds. Digital Pioneers. London: V&A Publishing, 2009.

Brown, Paul, Charlie Gere, Nick Lambert, and Catherine Mason, eds. White Heat, Cold Logic: British Computer Art 1960-1980. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009. National Art Library pressmark: 603.AK.0259

Dietrich, Frank. 'Visual Intelligence: the First Decade of Computer Art (1965-1975).' Leonardo 19, no.2 (1986): 159-169. National Art Library pressmark: PP.4.N

Franke, Herbert W. Computer Graphics, Computer Art. London: Phaidon, 1971. National Art Library pressmark: 38.EE.107

Herzogenrath, Wulf, and Barbara Nierhoff-Wielk, eds. Ex Machina, Early Computer Graphics up to 1979. Munich: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2007. National Art Library pressmark: 602.AH.0471

Jürgens, Martin C. Digital Print: the Complete Guide to Processes, Preservation and Identification. London: Thames and Hudson, 2009.

Leavitt, Ruth, ed. Artist and Computer. New York: Harmony Books, 1976. National Art Library pressmark: Archive of Art and Design

Lieser, Wolf. Digital Art. [Königswinter?]: Ullmann/Tandem, 2009.

Mason, Catherine. A Computer in the Art Room: the Origins of British Computer Arts 1950-1980. Hindrigham, Norfolk: JJG Publishing, 2008. National Art Library pressmark: 603.AJ.0649

Reichardt, Jasia. The Computer in Art. London: Studio Vista, 1971.
National Art Library pressmark: 602.AA.0661

Reichardt, Jasia, ed. Cybernetic Serendipity: the Computer and the Arts: a Studio International Special Issue. London: Studio Ltd., 1968.
National Art Library pressmark: PP.73.A

Spalter, Anne Morgan. The Computer in the Visual Arts. Reading, Mass.; Harlow: Addison Wesley Longman, 1999. National Art Library pressmark: NB.99.2012

Walker, James Faure. Painting the Digital River: How an Artist Learned to Love the Computer. Upper Saddle River, NJ; London: Prentice Hall, 2006. National Art Library pressmark: 602.AK.0148

Wands, Bruce. Art of the Digital Age. London: Thames and Hudson, 2006. National Art Library pressmark: 603.AG.0945

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