- Anna Abrahams, Mariska Graveland, Erwin van 't Hart, Peter van Hoof, MM2. Experimental film in the Netherlands since 1960. Filmbank / De Balie, 2004. 
- Anna Abrahams, Claartje Opdam, Mariska Graveland, film3 [‘kju:bIk fIlm]. Amsterdam University Press, 2010. 
- Arie Altena (ed.), The Anthology of Computer Art: Sonic Acts XI 2006, 2006.  interview
- Darko Fritz, "Mapping the Beginning of computer-generated art in the Netherlands", paper presented at Rewire conference, 2011. 
- Sebastian Lopez. A Short History of Dutch Video Art/ Una Breve Historia del Video Arte en Holanda. Amsterdam: Gate Foundation, 2005. ISBN: 90-5973-031-3
Electroacoustic and electronic music
- Releases and literature
- F. C. Weiland, Elektronische Muziek. Muzikale en historische aspecten, 1982/2008. (Dutch)
- Popular Electronics: Early Dutch electronic music from Philips Research Laboratories, 1956-1963, Basta 3091412, 2004, 4 CDs and 7 booklets.  "Outline of Dutch electro-acoustic music" by Jacqueline Oskamp
- Hannah Bosma, "Documentation and publication of electroacoustic compositions at NEAR", 2005.
- Hannah Bosma, "Extended Score Documentation", 2006.
- Hannah Bosma, "Documentation of interdisciplinary electroacoustic music: Drive and Native Tongue", 2007.
- Jacqueline Oskamp, Onder stroom - Geschiedenis van de elektronische muziek in Nederland, 2011. 
- Anthology of Dutch Electronic Music, 1999-2010, Muziek Centrum Nederland & Basta Music, 2011. Book and 2CD. 
- Basta Music releases, selected tracks
New media art, Media culture
- Geert Lovink. "Organizing Independant Media Spaces - Theory and Praxis from Amsterdam", lecture presented at Interstanding conference, Nov 1995, Tallinn. 
- Virtueel Platform, Mapping Mediafestivals in the Netherlands, 2012. Dutch edition
- Virtueel Platform, Mapping Nederland Labland, 2012. (Dutch) 
- Media Art Platform (MAP) is a social networking website for media art professionals and enthusiasts, initiative of the Netherlands Media Art Institute. 
- The Dutch Thing. A directory service for artists and their organisations. The dutch Thing maps content and context into simple lists and messages. The original site was launched in 1996.
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