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2015 Fiero, Gloria. The Humanistic Tradition (Seventh Edition). McGraw-Hill Education, New York, NY.
Heibach, Christiane. Materialität und Ereignis. Literaturvermittlung in Ausstellungen, Museen und Archiven [Between Materiality and Event: How to Convey Literature in Museums and Archives]. Klassik Stiftung Weimar, Germany.
2014 Bard-Schwarz, David. An Introduction to Electronic Art Through the Teaching of Jacques Lacan: Strangest Thing. Rutledge, England.
2013 Ricardo, Francisco. The Engagement Aesthetic: Experiencing New Media Art Through Critique. Bloomsbury, London, England.
Kwastek, Katia. Aesthetics of Interaction in Digital Art. The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
Stern, Nathaniel. Interactive Art and Embodiment: The Implicit Body as Performance. Arts Future Book: Gylphi Limited, Great Britain.
Chow, Kenny. Animation, Embodiment, and Digital Media: Human Experience of Technological Liveliness. Palgrave MacMillan, England.
2012 Piper, Andrew. Book Was There: Reading in Electronic Times. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL and London.
Simonowski, Roberto. Inter- and Transmedial Literature. Rodophi B.V., Amsterdam and New York, NY.
2011 Murray, Janet H. Inventing the Medium:Principles of Interaction Design as a Cultural Practice. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
Simonowski, Roberto. Digital Art and Meaning. Reading Kinetic Poetry, Text Machines, Mapping Art, and Interactive Installations. University of Minnesota Press 2010, Minneapolis, MN.
2009 Ricardo, Francisco. Literary Art in Digital Performance: Case Studies and Critical Positions. Continuum Press, New York, NY.
Wong, Yue-Ling. Digital Art: Its Art and Science. Pearson Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
2008 Dekker, Annet. Installations 1995-2006. Netherlands Media Art Institute Installations 1975-2006 DVD Series, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Herbst, Claudia. Sexing Code: Subversion, Theory and Representation. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle, UK.
Paul, Christiane. Digital Art (Second Edition). Thames & Hudson World of Art Series, Thames & Hudson, Ltd., London.
2006 Ryan, Zoe. The Good Life: New Public Spaces for Recreation. Princeton Architectural Press, New York, NY. PDF
2004 Fifield, George. Aspect – The Chronicle of New Media Art. Aspect DVD Magazine, Vol. 4, Text and Language, Boston, MA.
Greene, Rachel. Internet Art. Thames & Hudson World of Art Series, Thames & Hudson, Ltd., London.
2003 Bolter, Jay David and Diane Gromala. Windows and Mirrors: Interaction Design, Digital Art, and the Myth of Transparency. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
Paul, Christiane. Digital Art. Thames & Hudson World of Art Series, Thames & Hudson, Ltd., London.
Shaw, Jeffrey and Peter Weibel, eds. Future Cinema: The Cinematic Imaginary After Film. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
Wardrip-Fruin, Noah and Pat Harrigan, eds. First Person: New Media as Story, Performance, and Game. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
2014 “Dances of the Sacred and Profane See Saturday/13.” San Francisco Bay Guardian, “The Selector” section, September 9, 2014.
Howard, Rachel. “Mark Foehringer Dance Project: Painting Pictures with Movement.” San Francisco Chronicle, “96 Hours” section. September 10,2014.
Hsaio, Irene. “Digital Abyss.” SF Weekly, September 10, 2014.
Pflaumer, Andrea. “Foehringer explores ‘Sacred and Profane’.” The San Francisco Examiner, “Arts” section, September 8, 2014.
Schiffman, Jean. “Using Tech to Augment the Possibilities of Dance.” San Francisco Arts Monthly, Cover Story. September 2014.
Soucheray Sonneck, Maggie. “The Art of Community.” St Louis Park Magazine, June 2014.
Wander, Robin. “A Molecular physics experience through movement at Stanford.” Stanford Report, September 5, 2014.
2013 Belisle, Brooke. “The Dimensional Image: Overlaps in Stereoscopic, Cinematic, and Digital Depth.” Film Criticism, Vol. 37/38, Issue 3/1, Spring/Fall 2013.
2012 Regis, Necee. “World’s Best: Interactive and Integrated Airport Art.” American Way Journal, November 2012.
Zarobell, John. “International Orange.” Art Practical, Issue 3.17, June 2014.
2011 Lessick, Helen. “Beta Test: Innovation in administration at San Jose, Camifornia’s Norman Y. Mineta Airport.” Public Art Review, Vol. 22, No. 2, Issue 44, Spring/Summer 2011. PDF
2010 Stasukevich, Iain. “Camille Utterback Shifts Time in Airport Installation.” Videography, September 29, 2010. PDF/link
Harmanci, Reyhan. “For Digital Artists, Apps Provide New Palette.” New York Times, “The Bay Area” section, August 20. PDF/link
2009 “Art World Awards and Grants.” Art In America, November, pg. 214. PDF
Klein, Jessica M. “Into Another Dimension.” The New York Times, March 19. PDF
Lee, Felicia R. “For MacArthur grants, another set of ‘geniuses.’” The New York Times, September 22. link
2008 Associated Press. “Pioneering exhibit features interactive art.”, October 17.
Blair, Elizabeth. “Louisville art hotel offers rooms with a view.” Morning Edition, National Public Radio, December 23. PDF/link
Stern, Nathaniel. “Action, Reaction, and Phenomenon.”, October 15. link
2007 Hopkins, Randi. “Draws in Digital.” The Boston Pheonix, February 27.
McQuaid, Cate. “In video, seeing is experiencing.” The Boston Globe, “Arts & Reviews” section, March 29.
Pizzaro, Sal. “SF artist’s work lights up rotunda.” The San Jose Mercury News, September 30. PDF
2006 Lledo, Elena. “Los criticos eligen: Camille Utterback.” Exit Express, Issue 18, March, pg. 10-11. PDF
Mather, Victoria. “The Art of a Hotel Holiday.” Vanity Fair, No. 556, December, pg. 156. PDF
2005 Carpenter, Susan. “In touch with five very moving works of art.” The Los Angeles Times, October 20.
Fischer, Jack. “Female artists ponder the meaning of life in the age of genetic engineering.” The San Jose Mercury News, August 7.
Soerensen, Emil Back. “An Experience With Your Body in Space.”, May 13. link
Yapchaian, Matthew. “True Names: The art of engineering / the engineering of art.” Ninth Letter, Vol. 2, No. 2, Fall/Winter, pg. 129-132. PDF
Jana, Reena. “The Ripple Effect.” Wired Magazine, Vol.12.02, February, pg. 60. PDF/link
Leffingwell, Edward. “Four Americans at Chelsea Marlborough.” Art in America, October, pg. 156 – 157. PDF
Megna, Michelle. “Be a Part of Art – a new exhibit lets you in on the show.” The New York Daily News, “Lifeline” section, Sunday, March 23. PDF
Rexer, Lyle. “Using Art to Start a Global Conversation.” The New York Times, “Arts & Leisure” section, Sunday, February 23. PDF
2002 Johnson, Ken. “Interactive Legends.” The New York Times, “Leisure|Weekend” Section, December 27.
McQuaid, Cate. “At This Gallery, Viewers Become Part of the Art.” The Boston Globe, “Living|Arts” section, October 18.
Millis, Christopher. “Getting into the Act.” The Boston Phoenix, “Art” section, November 28.
Mirapaul, Matthew. “Secrets of Digital Creativity Revealed in Miniatures.” The New York Times, “Arts” section, September 16. PDF
“TR100 – The Young Innovators who Will Create the Future.” MIT Technology Review, Vol. 105. No. 5, June. PDF
Cotter, Holland. “Cool.” The New York Times, “Art in Review” section, July 27.
D’Amato, Jennie. “All the Right Moves, the Art of Camille Utterback.” Photo District News’s PIX, Vol. 7, Issue 1, February/March. PDF
Dery, Mark. “Wonder Closet, circa 2001.” Print – America’s Graphic Design Magazine, July/Aug. pg. 92.
MacDonald, Christine. “Video Art Beckons (literally).” The Boston Globe, “Life at Home” section, March 29. PDF
McQuaid, Cate. “Poetry in Virtual Motion at Cyberarts Fest.” The Boston Globe, “Living|Arts” section, May 3. PDF
Mulvihill, Keith. “I dream of Gene – The Museum of Natural History tries to wake up the public in “The Genomic Revolution.” Time Out New York, May 24-31, Issue 296. pg. 53. PDF
Wade, Nicholas. “The Genome Gets to Meet the Family.” The New York Times, “Weekend” section, May 25. PDF
Bollen, Christopher. “Graphic Language.” V-magazine, November/December.
Baker, Kenneth. “Fears, Hopes – Address Unknown.” The San Francisco Chronicle, January 22. PDF
Crawford, Ashley. “Brave New Womb.” ArtByte, December.
Fifeld, George. “Art / Tech – SIGGRAPH 2000.” Art New England, October/November.
Fujimori, Manami. “Sophisticated works from media art-advanced NY.” VOGUE NIPPON, June.
Grey, Meg. “Annual Res 10 – Artist Pick.” Res Magazine, Volume 3, Number 1. PDF
Snider, Mike. “Artists getting into digital expression.” USA Today, Tech Report, July 31.
Cameron, Dan. 2013 California-Pacific Triennial. Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA.
Scala, Mark. Tracing Time/Marking Movement. The Frist Center for Visual Arts, Nashville, TN. PDF
Marsh, Natalie. Seeing/Knowing. The Gund Gallery, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH. PDF
Goldberg, Ken. Art, Technology, and Culture UC Berkeley’s Public Lecture Series: 1997-2010. UC Berkeley, CA.
Wellendorf, Kassandra. No Place to Hide. Skive Kunstmuseum, Skive, Denmark.
Fifield, George. Act/React. Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI. PDF
Lauro-Lazin, Linda. Impermanent Markings. Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, NY. PDF
Dorin, Lisa. Animated Gestures. Art Interactive, Cambridge, MA. PDF
Cameron, Dan. “Running Out of Time.” Speed #3 – Against the Clock. IVAM – Valencia Institute of Modern Art, Valencia, Spain. PDF
Ohlenshlager, Karin and Luis Rico. Digital Transit. Medialab Madrid for Austria at ARCO, Madrid, Spain. PDF
Wong, Nicole. Animatronica. Microwave International Media Art Festival, Hong Kong, China. PDF
Tanner, Marcia. Brides of Frankenstein. San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA. PDF
Tuchman, Maurice. Four Americans. Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY. PDF
2003 Cameron, Dan. Living Inside the Grid. The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY. PDF
Polk, Molly. Engaging Space. Kidspace at MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA. PDF
Itsuo Sakane and Hiroshi Yoshioka. The Interaction ’01, IAMAS, Taipei, Taiwan. PDF
Komatsuzaki, Takuo. New Media, New Faces, New York. NTT InterCommunication Center, Tokyo, Japan. PDF


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