Interdisciplinary Collaboration Bibliography

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BOOKS & ARTICLES

(1967). Art and Science: Two Worlds Merge. Bell Telephone Magazine.
(1967). Competition Offers Prizes for Best Joint Engineer-Artist Projects. Pioneer (Cooper Union).
(1967). A Wacky Collaboration of Science and Art. Fortune. 125: 100-103.
(1967). Science for Art's Sake. Business Week. 56.
(1968). "Art, Technology and the Architect." Architectural and Engineering News: 36.
(1968). "Engineer-Artist Collaboration." IEEE Student Journal: 47.
(2003). "Haystack and MIT Sponsor "Digital Dialogues"." Fiberarts 29(5): 12.
(2003). Beyond Productivity: Information Technology, Innovation, and Creativity, eds. William J. Mitchell, Alan S. Inouye, and Marjory S. Blumenthal, (Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2003)
Batie, J. (1968). Visual Arts: Art Plus Engineering Yields Vital Results. The Seattle Times. Seattle.
Beam, M. (2002). "Bridging Chaos: Perspectives on BRIDGES Consortium II.http://www.banffcentre.ca/bnmi/bridges/pdf/BridgingChaosBEAM.pdf.
Bijvoet, M. (1997). Art As Inquiry: Toward New Collaborations Between Art, Science, and Technology. New York, Peter Lang Publishing.
Bijvoet, M. (2003). How Intimate Can Art and Technology Really Be? - A Survey of the Art and Technology Movement of the Sixties. Culture, Technology and Creativity. P. Hayward. Luton, University of Luton Press: 15-38.
Blok, C. "The Dutch Ekt Foundation: Experiments in Art and Technology." Leonardo 8(4): 317-18.
Browning, J. E. (1968). "Engineer-Artist Teams Take Shape." Chemical Engineering: 102.
Buchmann, S. "Turn of the art science syndrome." Ojeblikket 7(34): 20-5.
Carlson, L. (2003). "'Neuro': Engineering Art and Science." Artweek 34(6): 25.
Casdin-Silver, H. "My first 10 years as artist/holographer (1968-1977)." Leonardo 22: 317-26.
Century, M. (1999). Pathways to Innovation and Culture, Centre for Research on Canadian Cultural Industries and Institutions / Next Century Consultants. Online: http://www.music.mcgill.ca/~mcentury/PI/PI.html
Codognato, C. "Rauschenberg a New York [Rauschenberg in New York]." D'Ars 37(152): 33-5.
Cox, D. J. "Using the supercomputer to visualize higher dimensions: an artist's contribution to scientific visualization." Leonardo 21(3): 233-42.
Cox, D. (1990). "Scientific Visualization: Collaborating To Predict The Future." EDUCOM: 36-42. Online: http://www.artn.com/bibliography/003_006_educom.html
Coxall, H. (2003). "Hygiene: The Art of Public Health." Journal of Visual Culture 2(1): 33-50.
Coyle, R. (2003). Holography - Art in the Space of Technology: Margaret Benyon, Paula Dawson and the Development of Holographic Arts Practice. Culture, Technology & Creativity in the Late Twentieth Century. P. Hayward. Luton, University of Luton Press: 65-90.
Darley, A. (2003). From Abstraction to Simulation: Notes on the History of Computer Imaging. Culture, Technology & Creativity in the Late Twentieth Century. P. Hayward. Luton, University of Luton Press: 39-64.
Davies, E. (1994). "Body and soul." Museums Journal 94: 23.
Davis, D. (1968). "Art and Technology: The New Combine." Art in America: 29.
Diamond, S. (2002). "Searching for New Metaphors, New Practices" (BRIDGES II conference report, .pdf) http://www.banffcentre.ca/bnmi/bridges/pdf/03apr22_Bridges_II_FINALREPORT.pdf
Davis, D. (1973). Art and the Future: A History/Prophecy of the Collaboration Between Science, Technology and Art. New York, Praeger Publishers.
Dorin, A. and J. McCormack (2001). "First iteration: a conference on generative systems in the electronic arts." Leonardo 34(3): 239-42.
Eger, J. M. The Creative Community - Forging The Links between Art Culture Commerce and Community. Online: http://www.smartcommunities.org/creative/CreativeCommBroFINAL.pdf
Fagan, B. (1968). Experimental Unit to Catalyze Cooperation of Arts, Industry. The Sunday Oregonian. Portland: 14.
Foerstner, A. (1998). "Spatial Effects: Ed Paschke + (art)n = The Future." Northshore. Online: http://www.artn.com/bibliography/003_006_northshore.html
Foresta, D. B., Jonathan (1998). "The Souillac charter for art and industry: a framework for collaboration." Leonardo 31(3): 225-30.
Foresta, D. K., Georges-Albert; Barton, Jonathan (1999). "The Souillac II conference on art, industry and innovation: final report." Leonardo 32(3): 199-207.
Fricke, C. "Tyyne Claudia Pollmann: Mind the Gap (short cut)." Kunstforum International 144: 170.
Glueck, G. (1966). Arts and Engineering Are Mixing It Up at the Armory. The New York Times. New York: 87.
Gunn, G. (2002). "Brainwork: Your head is the centre of the universe." Art and Australia 40(2): 238-9.
Harris, C., Ed. (1999). Art and Innovation. The Xerox Parc Artist-in-Residence Program. Cambridge, MIT Press.
Herbert, L. M., Ed. (1992). Faces: Nancy Burson. Houston, Contemporary Arts Museum.
Hobba, L. "The Tasmanian connection." Artlink 16(2-3): 61-2.
Hultén, K. G. P. (1968). The Machine, As Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age. New York, Museum of Modern Art.
Hutchinson, J. "Light matters." Circa 70: 36-8.
Kelly, S. "art.business@the lighthouse." Art Monthly Australia 119: 20-1.
Kinder, M. (2003). "Honoring the Past and Creating the Future in Hyperspace: New Technologies and Cultural Specificity." The Contemporary Pacific 15(1): 93-115.
Klein, S. (1968). "Technology Invades the Arts." Machine Design: 37.
Kluver, B. (1966). Nine Evenings: Theater and Engineering. New York, New York Foundation for the Performing Arts.
Kluver, B. and S. Whitman (1967). "Theatre and Engineering." Artforum: 26.
Kluver, B., J. Martin, B. Rose, Ed. (1972). Experiments in Art and Technology. New York, E. P. Dutton.
Knowlton, K. (1972). Collaborations with Artists -- A Programmer's Reflections. Amsterdam, North Holland Publishing.
Levy, E. K. "Complexity." Leonardo 27: 75-6.
Lieberman, H. R. (1967). Art and Science Proclaim Alliance in Avant-Garde Loft. The New York Times. New York: 49.
Loewen, N. (1975). Experiments in Art and Technology: A Descriptive History of the Organization, New York University.
London, S. (1994). "Higgins Art Gallery, Cape Cod Community College/West Barnstable; FUSED: art, science, and industry." Art New England 15: 67.
MacKeith, P. "Architecture + art: Finnish collaborations." Form Function Finland: 60-5.
Malarcher, P. (2001). "Ferrying across the art-sci divide." Surface Design Journal 25(2): 14-19.
Mandelbrojt, J. "Spontaneity displayed through technology." Leonardo 35: 380-1.
Mitchell, S. "Fresh portals for the caravanserai: art and new media in India and Australia." Artlink 21(3): 38-9.
Niedenthal, S. "Building a better hothouse." Afterimage 27(3): 11.
O'Connor, J. J. (1967). Art and Technology Make It Official. The Wall Street Journal. New York: 16.
Packer, R., Ken Jordan and William Gibson, Ed. (2002). Multimedia: From Wagner to Virtual Reality. New York, W.W. Norton & Company.
Parker, J. W. "Exploring holography through science and art." Leonardo 25: 487-92.
Pearce, C., Sara Diamond and Mark Beam "BRIDGES I: interdisciplinary collaboration as practice." Leonardo 36: 123-8.
Porter, E. (1968). Artists, Science, Industry Join in New Experiment for Art and Technology. The Key. Miami: 7.
Ritchie, M. "Michael Joaquin Grey: five of a kind." Art/Text 58: 52-7.
Sandor, E., J. Fron, et al. (1999). "Collaborative Visualization: New Advances in Documenting Virtual Reality with Igrams." IEEE Proceedings for Information Visualization. Online: http://www.artn.com/bibliography/003_006_ieee.html
Sandor, E. and J. Fron (1999). "The Art and Science of Collaborative Visualization." Silicon Graphics World Sept.: 17-18. Online: http://www.artn.com/bibliography/003_006_sgiworld.html
Sandor, E. and J. Fron (2002). Artists Team Up for the Future: Behind the Scenes of Making Art in the 21st Century, artn. Online: http://www.artn.com/bibliography/003_006_artiststeamup.html
Scholder, A., Jordan Crandall and John S. Johnson, Ed. (2001). Interaction: Artistic Practice in the Network. New York, Distributed Art Publishers.
Schwartz, B. N. (1968). "Art and Engineering: Symbiosis at E.A.T." Arts: 17.
Selenitsch, A. "Art and industry." Art and Australia 26(3): 440-2.
Senghor, F. (2002). "REFLECTING after BRIDGES Conference." http://www.banffcentre.ca/bnmi/bridges/pdf/Fatoumata_Senghor_report.pdf
Shanken, E. "Art in the information age: technology and Conceptual art." Leonardo 35: 433-8. Online: http://www.duke.edu/~giftwrap/InfoAge.html
Siler, T. (1985). "Neurocosmology: Ideas and Images Towards an Art-Science-Technology Synthesis." Leonardo 18(1): 1-10.
Steinheider, Brigitte and George Legrady. "Realizing a Digital Media Installation: Problems and Synergetic effects of an Interdisciplinary Collaboration." Online: http://www.pm.iao.fhg.de/artikel/bs_mtac2001.pdf
Steinheider, Brigitte and George Legrady. “Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Media Arts: A Psychological Perspective on the Production Process,” Leonardo 37:4 (August 2004): 315-21.
Thompson, P. H. "In Time." Untitled 9: 2-7.
Vesna, V. (2001). "Toward a third culture: being in between." Leonardo 34(2): 121-5..
Wei, Sha Xin (2002). "A Note on BRIDGES II." http://www.banffcentre.ca/bnmi/bridges/pdf/Sha_BridgesNotes.pdf
Whale, G. "Art, technology and symmetrical collaborations." Journal of Visual Art Practice 1: 80-8.
Wilson, S. (2001). Information Arts: Intersections of Art, Science, and Technology. Cambridge, MIT Press.

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