Over the last 2-3 years, I have been collecting images and videos as an inspiration for my creative work as well as for the pleasure of sharing them. I was obsessed by video art and its different manifestations. That obsession motivated me to dig into its history as well as to develop my own style of video images. All the artists featured on this blog are my teachers, my guides, and in some ways I can say that they are my heroes. All these researches helped me to create my ongoing relationship with the moving/still images, and I feel that I'm now moving on to an unkown place. I might still post here again, but I will do so on a more random way, not on a regular basis. I am currently working on other blogs, and I'll post the links here eventually...
I want to say thank you for following me here, as well as for you great comment and encouragement. I met some very interesting people through this blog and I really hope we'll keep in touch, no matter how.
Here is a compilation of some sources taken from this blog since its beginning; books and websites.
Video art / Moving images
Image Banks (misc)
Youtube channels / Vimeo / Flickers
Lillian Schwartz, The Computer Artist's Handbook, 1992
Laurence M. Gartel: A Cybernetic Romance, 1989
Artist and Computer, Edited by Ruth Leavitt, 1976
Gene Youngblood, Expanded Cinema, 1970
Paysages Virtuels, Image Vidéo, Image de Synthèse, Éditions DIS VOIR, Paris 1988
Herbert W. Franke, Computer Graphics - Computer Art, 1985Melvin L. Prueitt, Art and the Computer, 1984
Gwin, William. Video Feedback: How to Make it; An Artist's Comments on its Use; A System Approach. San Francisco, CA: National Center for Experiments in Television at KQED, undated
Computer Images, Understanding Computers, Time-Life Books, Alexandria, Virginia, 1986
Jean Epstein, L'intelligence d'une machine, 1946
Voir l'invisible à travers le microscope, de Claude Nuridsany, 1978
Andreï Tarkovski, Lumière instantanée, éditions Philippe Rey, Paris 2002Aldous Huxley, Heaven and Hell, 1956
Frontiers of Science, National Geographic Society, 1982
Stanislaw Lem, Solaris, 1961
woah ! thanks a lot for all this !
Thanks for this list and the other 153 posts! Looking forward to the things to come here or elsewhere.
THis is a great blog, thanks for the list!
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