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|caption = Portrait courtesy of Meridel Rubenstein, 1981
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|caption = The Vasulkas, 1981. Photo: Meridel Rubenstein.
|birth_date = {{birth date|1937|1|20|mf=y}}
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|birth_date = {{birth date|1937|1|20|mf=y}} (Woody)
 
|birth_place = [[Brno]], [[Czech Republic|Czechoslovakia]]
 
|birth_place = [[Brno]], [[Czech Republic|Czechoslovakia]]
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|birth_date2 = {{birth date|1940|1|30|mf=y}} (Steina)
 
|birth_place2 = [[Reykjavík]], [[Iceland]]
 
|birth_place2 = [[Reykjavík]], [[Iceland]]
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|death_date = {{Death date and age|2019|12|20|1937|1|20|mf=y}} (Woody)
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|collections = [http://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/page.php?NumPage=419 Langlois] 39 (Steina), [[EAI::{{EAI|299}}|EAI]] 37, [http://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/page.php?NumPage=440 Langlois] 26, [http://www.li-ma.nl/site/catalogue/agent/73 LIMA] 26 (Steina), [[MoMA::{{MoMA|32430}}|MoMA]] 21 (Woody), [[ZKM::{{ZKM|steina-vasulka}}|ZKM]] 21 (Steina), [[ZKM::{{ZKM|woody-vasulka}}|ZKM]] 16 (Woody), [https://vasulkakitchen.org/en/sbirka Vašulka Kitchen], [http://www.li-ma.nl/site/catalogue/agent/72 LIMA] 15, [[EAI::{{EAI|381}}|EAI]] 18 (Steina), [https://lux.org.uk/artist/steina-woody-vasulka LUX] 18, [http://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/page.php?NumPage=420 Langlois] 12 (Woody), [http://www.li-ma.nl/site/catalogue/agent/74 LIMA] 11 (Woody), [[EAI::{{EAI|266}}|EAI]] 8 (Woody), [[VDB::{{VDB|vasulkas-inc}}|VDB]] 8, [[SAAM::{{SAAM|woody-vasulka-29228}}|SAAM]] 8 (Woody), [[Pompidou::{{Pompidou|cBAbp9A/rXyAE9z}}|Pompidou]] 7 (Woody), [https://lux.org.uk/artist/woody-vasulka LUX] 7 (Woody), [[Pompidou::{{Pompidou|cGEReE/rbygreG}}|Pompidou]] 5 (Steina), [[SAAM::{{SAAM|steina-vasulka-29227}}|SAAM]] 5 (Steina), [https://sarpur.is/Leit.aspx?search=steina&filter=255&museumID=47&typeID=0 NG Iceland] 4 (Steina, Woody), [[VDB::{{VDB|woody-vasulka}}|VDB]] 4 (Woody), [[SFMOMA::{{SFMOMA|Woody_Vasulka}}|SFMOMA]] 3 (Woody), [https://safneign.listasafnreykjavikur.is/search/this/page/steina Reykjavik Art Museum] 2 (Steina), [[VDB::{{VDB|steina-vasulka}}|VDB]] 2 (Steina), [https://thomafoundation.org/collections/digital-electronic-art/ Thoma Foundation] 1+, [[ReinaSofia::{{ReinaSofia|vasulka-woody}}|Reina Sofia]] 1, [[NRW::{{NRW|woody-vasulka}}|NRW]] 1 (Woody), [[Stedelijk::{{Stedelijk|41439-woody-vasulka}}|Stedelijk]] 1 (Woody), [https://www.artsy.net/the-current-museum/artist/steina-vasulka Current] 1 (Steina), [http://bergcontemporary.is/artists/steina-vasulka/ Berg] (Steina), [http://bergcontemporary.is/artists/woody-vasulka/ Berg] (Woody)
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[[Image:Vasulkas_in_Buffalo_studio_1978.jpg|thumb|258px|The Vasulkas in their Buffalo studio, 1978. Photo: Kevin Noble (or Jane Hartman?[https://monoskop.org/images/0/0f/Steina_e_Woody_Vasulka_Video_Media_e_Nuove_Immagini_nell_Arte_Contemporanea_1995.pdf#page=116]).]]
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[[Image:Vasulkas studio Buffalo c1976.jpg|thumb|258px|Steina in the Vasulkas studio, Buffalo, NY, c.1976.]]
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[[Image:Steina and Woody Vasulka.jpg|thumb|258px|The Vasulkas]]
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[[Image:Steinavasulka.jpg|thumb|258px|Steina]]
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[[Image:Woody Vasulka.png|thumb|258px|Woody Vasulka, early 1960s.]]
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[[Image:Woodyvasulka.jpg|thumb|258px|Woody Vasulka, c.1965.]]
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Pioneers of video art, having practiced in the genre since its early days in the late 1960s.
 
Pioneers of video art, having practiced in the genre since its early days in the late 1960s.
  
Woody (Bohuslav Vašulka) was born 1937 in [[Brno]]. He studied metallurgy and mechanics at the School of Industrial Engineering in Brno (1952-56) and in 1960 he settled in [[Prague]] to study television and film production at the Academy of Performing Arts, also writing poetry and producing short films.
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Steina (Steinunn Briem Bjarnadottir) was born 1940 in [[Reykjavík]]. Studied languages, and violin and music theory at the conservatory in [[Prague]].  
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'''Woody Vasulka''' (born Bohuslav Vašulka, 1937, [[Brno]], Czechoslovakia) studied metallurgy and mechanics at the School of Industrial Engineering in Brno (1952-1956) and in 1960 he settled in [[Prague]] to study television and film production at the Academy of Performing Arts, also writing poetry and producing short films.
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'''Steina''' (born Steinunn Briem Bjarnadóttir, 1940, [[Reykjavík]], Iceland) studied languages, and violin and music theory at the conservatory in [[Prague]].  
  
 
They met in the early 1960s, married in 1964, and 1965 emigrated to [[New York]] where Steina worked as a freelance musician, and Woody edited industrial films at Harvey Lloyd Productions. In 1966, at the request of architects Woods and Ramirez, Woody collaborated on developing films designed for a multi-screen environment to be shown in the American Pavilion at Expo 67 in Montreal. Contact with the cinema enabled Woody to experiment with electronic sound and the stroboscopic projection of moving images. Using a 16 mm Pathe camera, he captured images at 360º, projecting them onto different screens to create three-dimensional sound and light environments.  He first came into contact with the electronic video work through the exhibition [[TV as a Creative Medium]], which took place in New York in 1969. The same year he started to experiment with electronic media and produce a pioneering body of tapes, investigating the narrative, syntactical and metaphorical potential of electronic imaging. Using a sound synthesiser and video recorder, Steina began to work on the project ''Violin Power'' (1970-1978).
 
They met in the early 1960s, married in 1964, and 1965 emigrated to [[New York]] where Steina worked as a freelance musician, and Woody edited industrial films at Harvey Lloyd Productions. In 1966, at the request of architects Woods and Ramirez, Woody collaborated on developing films designed for a multi-screen environment to be shown in the American Pavilion at Expo 67 in Montreal. Contact with the cinema enabled Woody to experiment with electronic sound and the stroboscopic projection of moving images. Using a 16 mm Pathe camera, he captured images at 360º, projecting them onto different screens to create three-dimensional sound and light environments.  He first came into contact with the electronic video work through the exhibition [[TV as a Creative Medium]], which took place in New York in 1969. The same year he started to experiment with electronic media and produce a pioneering body of tapes, investigating the narrative, syntactical and metaphorical potential of electronic imaging. Using a sound synthesiser and video recorder, Steina began to work on the project ''Violin Power'' (1970-1978).
  
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Encouraged by [[Eric Siegel]], who collaborated on their first works, Woody and Steina formed a research group which culminated in the establishment of [[The Kitchen]] (Live Audience Test Laboratory) in New York in 1971. The Electronic Kitchen was a laboratory where artists could experiment with the technology of the moment and present their projects in public. By the end of the 1970s, The Kitchen had become an important reference point, though more for the promotion of video art than for technological experimentation.
 
Encouraged by [[Eric Siegel]], who collaborated on their first works, Woody and Steina formed a research group which culminated in the establishment of [[The Kitchen]] (Live Audience Test Laboratory) in New York in 1971. The Electronic Kitchen was a laboratory where artists could experiment with the technology of the moment and present their projects in public. By the end of the 1970s, The Kitchen had become an important reference point, though more for the promotion of video art than for technological experimentation.
  
 
Woody's numeral experiments began with his construction of the ''Digital Image Articulator'', resulting in his 1973 and 1974 works created using sound and video synthesisers: ''Vocabulary'', ''The Matter'', ''C-Trend'' and ''Explanation''. In 1975, he published "Didactic Video: Organizational Models of the Electronic Image", in collaboration with Scott Nygren in issue 3 of the magazine ''Afterimage'', whilst in 1978 "Syntax of Binary Images" came out in issue 6 of the same publication.
 
Woody's numeral experiments began with his construction of the ''Digital Image Articulator'', resulting in his 1973 and 1974 works created using sound and video synthesisers: ''Vocabulary'', ''The Matter'', ''C-Trend'' and ''Explanation''. In 1975, he published "Didactic Video: Organizational Models of the Electronic Image", in collaboration with Scott Nygren in issue 3 of the magazine ''Afterimage'', whilst in 1978 "Syntax of Binary Images" came out in issue 6 of the same publication.
  
[[Image:Vasulkas.jpg|thumb|250px|The Vasulkas in their Buffalo studio (NY, United States), circa 1977. B&W photographic print, n.b., 20 x 26 cm. Photo: Kevin Noble.]]
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In 1974 they moved to Buffalo, New York with its Experimental TV Studio. With the idea of dissociating the camera from the human point of view and treating it as an autonomous imaging instrument, Steina began to work on a series of installations and videos entitled ''Machine Vision''. In 1976 she received a grant from the John Simon Guggenheim which enabled her to complete her the research.
In 1974 they moved to [[Buffalo|Buffalo, New York]] with its Experimental TV Studio. With the idea of dissociating the camera from the human point of view and treating it as an autonomous imaging instrument, Steina began to work on a series of installations and videos entitled ''Machine Vision''. In 1976 she received a grant from the John Simon Guggenheim which enabled her to complete her the research.
 
  
In 1976, Woody received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to produce the series ''Recoded Images'' as part of the [[Video IX]] project, presented at the Museum of Modern Art of New York.
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In 1976, Woody received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to produce the series ''Recoded Images'' as part of the ''Video IX'' project, presented at the Museum of Modern Art of New York.
  
In 1980 they moved to [[Santa Fe|Santa Fe, New Mexico]] and continued their work in video, media performance, and video installation.  Steina used the Digital Image Articulator to record the images for her videos, exploring real landscapes: ''Selected Treecuts'' (1980), ''Search of the Castle'' (1981), ''Summer Salt'' (1982). In 1982, she was given grant by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Rockefeller Foundation to produce her latest version of ''Earthworks'', entitled ''The West''. Steina then worked with the singer and composer [[Joan La Barbara]] on the project ''Event in the Elsewhere'', based on experimentation with voice and image.
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In 1980 they moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico and continued their work in video, media performance, and video installation.  Steina used the Digital Image Articulator to record the images for her videos, exploring real landscapes: ''Selected Treecuts'' (1980), ''Search of the Castle'' (1981), ''Summer Salt'' (1982). In 1982, she was given grant by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Rockefeller Foundation to produce her latest version of ''Earthworks'', entitled ''The West''. Steina then worked with the singer and composer [[Joan La Barbara]] on the project ''Event in the Elsewhere'', based on experimentation with voice and image.
  
 
Woody built different machines from waste material with the aim of creating an articulated control system for recording sound and image. His work ''Artifacts'' goes back to this period. He then began practical and theoretical research into what he called "The Epistemic Space". In this research, which spanned several years, he examined forms of interactivity between participant and machine through the voice, language and music. He used multi-channel projection systems, his work becoming ever more three-dimensional. Also, his literary and poetic interests led him to produce a series of single-channel videos (''The Commission'', 1983, and ''Art of Memory'', 1987) which are considered his most emblematic works.
 
Woody built different machines from waste material with the aim of creating an articulated control system for recording sound and image. His work ''Artifacts'' goes back to this period. He then began practical and theoretical research into what he called "The Epistemic Space". In this research, which spanned several years, he examined forms of interactivity between participant and machine through the voice, language and music. He used multi-channel projection systems, his work becoming ever more three-dimensional. Also, his literary and poetic interests led him to produce a series of single-channel videos (''The Commission'', 1983, and ''Art of Memory'', 1987) which are considered his most emblematic works.
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In 1995, Steina presented the performance ''Video Opera'' in Kwangju (South Korea).  
 
In 1995, Steina presented the performance ''Video Opera'' in Kwangju (South Korea).  
In 1996, she was appointed artistic co-director of the [[Steim|Netherlands Musical Research Center at the Studio for Electro-Instrumental Music (STEIM)]], living in [[Amsterdam]] until 1998. During her stay in Europe, she collaborated with [[Tom Demeyer]] in developing a system to process image numerically and in real time. At the invitation of [[Fred Forest]], Steina gave the lecture "The Artist and His Tools" at the conference on [[New Ideas in Science and Art]] in Prague, whilst in 1997 she represented [[Iceland]] at the [[Venice Biennale]], presenting the work ''Orka''.
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In 1996, she was appointed artistic co-director of the [[Steim|Netherlands Musical Research Center at the Studio for Electro-Instrumental Music (STEIM)]], living in [[Amsterdam]] until 1998. During her stay in Europe, she collaborated with Tom Demeyer in developing a system to process image numerically and in real time. At the invitation of [[Fred Forest]], Steina gave the lecture "The Artist and His Tools" at the conference on ''New Ideas in Science and Art'' in Prague, whilst in 1997 she represented [[Iceland]] at the [[Venice Biennale]], presenting the work ''Orka''.
  
 
In 1998, Vasulkas won an award from the National Association of Media and Culture (NAMAC) of San Francisco for their work in the field of media art, later receiving honorary doctorates from San Francisco Art Institute.  
 
In 1998, Vasulkas won an award from the National Association of Media and Culture (NAMAC) of San Francisco for their work in the field of media art, later receiving honorary doctorates from San Francisco Art Institute.  
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Steina has taught at the Academy for Applied Arts, [[Vienna]], the Institute for New Media at the Staedelschule, [[Frankfurt]], and the College of Arts and Crafts, [[Reykjavik]].  
 
Steina has taught at the Academy for Applied Arts, [[Vienna]], the Institute for New Media at the Staedelschule, [[Frankfurt]], and the College of Arts and Crafts, [[Reykjavik]].  
  
Vasulkas live in Santa Fe.
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In 2014, the Vasulka Chamber, a center of electronic and digital art in Iceland, was established at the National Gallery of Iceland. The Vasulka Chamber is a collaboration with Steina and Woody Vasulka, and includes a part of the Vasulkas’ archive. Later in 2015 the [https://vasulkakitchen.org/ Vasulka Kitchen], a center for new media art in in Brno, Woody’s hometown was founded, dedicated to preserving the legacy of the artist, who passed in December 2019.
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==Works==
 
==Works==
===Woody and Steina Vasulka===
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''The following list of works is based on a number of sources, but mainly [http://www.vasulka.org/Videomasters/MA_index.html Vasulka.org] (S, WV, S+WV), [https://monoskop.org/images/b/ba/Dolanova_Lenka_2011_Dialog_s_demony_nastroju_Steina_a_Woody_Vasulkovi_Biblio_filmo_videografie_vyber.pdf#page=10 Dolanová 2011] (WV, S, WV+S),
Participation, 1972
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[http://bergcontemporary.is/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/woody_biocv_4_7_19.pdf#page=5 Berg 2019a] (WV), and
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[http://bergcontemporary.is/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/steina_biocv_4_7_19.pdf#page=5 Berg 2019b] (S, S+WV). References are provided for conflictual information such as date and length. In addition, the list also includes a number of works included in early catalogues but omitted from recent videographies.''
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* ''Sketches'', 1970, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 24:14 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> c.27 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
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** ''Alfons'', performer: Alfons Schilling. ''Charles’s Story'', performer: Charles Hayworth. ''Gundance'', performer: Daniel Nagrin. ''Let it be'', performer: The Beatles. ''Red Roses'', performer: Jackie Curtis. ''The Kiss'', performer: Helen Wong. ''Thierry'', performer: Thierry Benison.
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* ''Studies'',<ref>Listed as a group in Vasulka.org and Berg 2019b. Listed as separate videos in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1970, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w & colour, c.45 min
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** ''[http://www.ubu.com/film/vasulka_calligrams.html Calligrams]'', Mar 1970, b/w, sound, 3:30 min<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref>
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** ''Tissues'', Oct 1970, b/w, sound, 1:31 min<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref>
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** ''Decay #1'', Oct 1970, colour, sound, 1:57 min<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref>
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** ''Decay #2'', Oct 1970, colour, sound, 1:11 min<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref>
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** ''Discs'', Mar 1971, b/w, sound, 5:24 min<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref>
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** ''Descends'',<ref>Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1970
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** ''Interface'',<ref>Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1970, performer: Charles Hayworth, audio: Gino Piserchio
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* ''Sexmachine'',<ref>Listed in Cathcart 1978:42, Willoughby 1984:49. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.</ref> Sep 1970, b/w, 6 min
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* ''The Jackie Curtis' First Television Special'',<ref>Listed in Dolanová 2011. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b.</ref> 1970, b/w, sound, 45 min
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* ''Don Cherry'',<ref>Listed in Vasulka.org and Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Elaine Milosh, Oct 1970, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 19:20 min
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* ''Evolution'',<ref>Berg 2019a attributes the work to Woody, Dolanová 2011 to both Woody and Steina. Unlisted in Vasulka.org and Berg 2019b.</ref> Nov 1970?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 1971?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 16 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 12:43 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
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* ''Shapes'',<ref>Listed in Cathcart 1978:43, Willoughby 1984:50, Dolanová 2009. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.</ref> Mar 1971, b/w, 13 min
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* ''Black Sunrise'',<ref>Listed in Cathcart 1978:43, Dolanová 2011. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b.</ref> Mar 1971, b/w, sound, 21:08 min
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* ''Keysnow'',<ref>Listed in Cathcart 1978:44, Willoughby 1984:50. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.</ref> Oct 1971, 12 min
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* ''Elements'',<ref>Listed in Cathcart 1978:44, Willoughby 1984:50, Dolanová 2009. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.</ref> Nov 1971, 12 min
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* ''Participation 1969-1971'', 1971, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 62:30 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 63 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>,  with Paul Ambrose, Ian Anderson, Billy Andrews, Garry Bartz, Tally Brown, Lary Chaplan, Don Cherry, Kevin Coe, Jackie Curtis, Candy Darling, Miles Davis, Jack DeJohnette, Eric Emerson, Estelle!, Christmas Eve, Michael Henderson, Jimi Hendrix, Stephen Holt, Keith Jarrett, Jay Johnson, Aunt Josie, Agosto Machado, Taylor Mead, Buddy Miles, Geri Miller, Mario Montez, Airto Moreira, Paul Morrissey, Ondine, Ritta Redd, Al Sayegh, Silva!, Ekathrina Sobechanskaya, Steve Stanwick, Steina, Artchie Strips, David Susskind, Tinkerbelle, Jethro Tull, Richard Weinstock, Holly Woodlawn
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* ''Spaces I'',<ref>Listed in Cathcart 1978:44, Willoughby 1984:50, Dolanová 2009. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.</ref> Apr 1972, 15 min
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* ''Spaces II'', Aug 1972, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 7:50 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 7:45 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''Home'', Jan 1973, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 16:47 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 16:45 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''Golden Voyage'', Apr 1973, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 14:12 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 14 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''Noisefields'',<ref>Berg 2019a attributes the work to Woody; Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b to both Woody and Steina.</ref> Jan 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 12:05 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 7:05 min?<ref>Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''1-2-3-4'', Mar 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 7:46 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 4:10 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''Solo for Three'', Apr 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 4:15 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 7:10 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''Heraldic View'', May 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 4:21 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 4:17 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''Soundgated Images'', Summer-Autumn 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 9:22 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 9:15 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''Telč'', Aug 1974?<ref>Vasulka.org, Calthart 1978:47, Willoughby 1984:52, Dolanová 2011</ref> 1973?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 5:10 min<ref>Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''Soundsize'', Sep 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 4:40 min
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* ''Update'',<ref>Listed in Calthart 1978:47, Willoughby 1984:52. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.</ref> Aug 1977/Apr 1978, 30 min
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* ''In Search of the Castle'', Feb 1981, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 9:29 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 9:40 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''Progeny'', with Bradford Smith, Feb 1981, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 18:28 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 18 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''Pariah'',<ref>Listed in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Tim Thompson, 1984, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 26:05 min
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* ''The Pen'',<ref>Listed under "Other video work" in Vasulka.org. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.</ref> 1986
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* ''In the Land of the Elevator Girls'',<ref>Berg 2019b attributes the work to Steina, while Vasulka.org and Berg 2019a attributes it to both Steina and Woody. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1989,<ref>Berg 2019a erroneously dates it to 1984</ref> SVHS, colour, sound, 4:00 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref> 4:16 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
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* ''Events in the Elsewhere'',<ref>Listed under "Other video work" in Vasulka.org. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Joan La Barbara, 1989, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 15:40 min
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* ''Doris'',<ref>Listed as ''Doris Cross'' under "Other video work" in Vasulka.org. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1992?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref> 1983?<ref>Vasulka.org</ref>, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 16:35 min
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* ''Techne and Eros'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1999, digital video, colour, sound, 14:35 min, with Mort Subotnick, Jim Crutchfield, Diane Armitage, Oliver Scott, David Dunn, Joan La Barbara, Simone Aaberg, Tom Demeyer, Bruce Hamilton, Russ Gritzo
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===Woody and Steina Vasulka with Eric Siegel===
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Heraldic View, 1974<br>
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Solo For 3, 1974<br>
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* ''Matrix I'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1970-1972, video installation, 12 monitors, b/w, sound, 24:20 min, dimensions variable. Exhibitions: Everson Museum of Art (Syracuse, NY, 1976), Center for Contemporary Arts (Santa Fe, NM, 1995), SFMOMA (San Francisco, 1996), Guggenheim Museum SoHo (New York, 1996), [http://web.archive.org/web/20070821070629/http://hosting.zkm.de/mindframes_e/stories/storyReader$19 ZKM] (Karlsruhe, 2006-2007).
1.2.3.4., 1974<br>
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* ''The West #1'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1972, video environment, two channels, b/w, sound, 15 min cycle
Soundgated Images, 1974<br>
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* ''Matrix II'', 1970-1972?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 1974?<ref>Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b</ref>, video installation, 12 monitors, colour, sound, 8:30 min, dimensions variable. Exhibition: [http://web.archive.org/web/20070821070629/http://hosting.zkm.de/mindframes_e/stories/storyReader$19 ZKM] (Karlsruhe, 2006-2007).
Noisefields, 1974<br>
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* ''Soundprints'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b. In Cathcart 1978:45, Dolanová 2011 listed as a single-channel video.</ref> Aug 1972/1992, two channels, b/w, sound, variable cycle
Soundsize, 1974<br>
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* ''The West #2'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1983, video environment, two channels, colour, sound, 30 min cycle. Exhibitions: University Art Museum (Albuquerque, NM, 1983), The Kitchen (New York, 1983), C.G.Rein Gallery (Santa Fe, NM, 1984), Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris, 1984), Cine-MBXA (Paris, 1984), Long Beach Museum of Art and Exhibit Hall (Long Beach, CA, 1985).
Telc, 1974<br>
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Progeny: In Search of the Castle, 1981<br>
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The Land of the Elevator Girls, 1989
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; TV programs
 +
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* [https://vimeo.com/418612928 Vasulka Video, Program 1: Steina],  WNED Buffalo, 29 Aug 1978, 28:55 min, b/w and color, sound. [https://vimeo.com/33424554] [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaLNCtE3kaI&list=PLWuCzxqIpJs8FbdGMUJrWbw5txEzEQ4Z8&index=18] [https://www.eai.org/titles/vasulka-video]
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wBu_q3cRrI Vasulka Video, Program 2: Objects], WNED Buffalo, 30 Aug 1978, 28:58 min, b/w and color, sound. [https://www.eai.org/titles/vasulka-video]
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* [https://vimeo.com/33425596 Vasulka Video, Program 3: Digital Images], WNED Buffalo, 31 Aug 1978, 28:50 min. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaLNCtE3kaI&t=1769s] [https://www.eai.org/titles/vasulka-video]
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHy3DCpZM6o Vasulka Video, Program 4: Transformations], WNED Buffalo, 3 Oct 1978, 29:00 min, b/w and color, sound. [https://www.eai.org/titles/vasulka-video]
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* Vasulka Video, Program 5: Vocabulary, WNED Buffalo, 1978, 28:47 min, b/w and color, sound. [https://www.eai.org/titles/vasulka-video]
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* Vasulka Video, Program 6: Matrix, WNED Buffalo, 1978, 28:54 min, b/w and color, sound. [https://www.eai.org/titles/vasulka-video]
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</div>
  
 
===Woody Vasulka===
 
===Woody Vasulka===
C-Trend, 1974<br>
 
Vocabulary, 1974<br>
 
The Matter, 1974<br>
 
Explanation, 1974<br>
 
Time/Energy Objects, 1975<br>
 
Artifacts, 1980<br>
 
The Commission, 1983<br>
 
Didactic Video, 1986<br>
 
The Art of Memory, 1987<br>
 
Computer studies, 1988-1993<br>
 
The Brotherhood, 1990-1998<br>
 
The Theater of Hybrid Automata, 1990-1993<br>
 
East Europe 1-2, 1993<br>
 
  
===Steina Vasulka===
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; Films
Violin Power, 1970<br>
+
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South Western Landscapes, 1980<br>
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Realised in Czechoslovakia:
Bad, 1979<br>
+
* ''Zdymadla'' [The Locks], 1960, 16mm, silent, 10 min, lost
Urban Episodes, 1980<br>
+
* ''Ve dvě odpoledne'' [Two P.M.], 1961, 35mm, sound, 16 min
Cantaloup, 1981<br>
+
* ''Jazz Festival v Karlovych Varech'' [Jazz Festival in Carlsbad],<ref>Listed in Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1961, 35mm, sound, 20 min
Selected Treecuts, 1980<br>
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* ''Záchytná stanice'' [Withdrawal], 1962?<ref>Calthart 1978:50, Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a</ref> 1963?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref>, 35mm, sound, 7 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 12 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
Progeny: In Search of the Castle, 1981-1982<br>
+
* ''Odjezd branců'' [The Recruits], 1962, 35mm, sound, 6 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 17 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
Summer Salt, 1982<br>
+
* ''U pana Čapka'' [Visiting Mr. Capek], 1963?<ref>Calthart 1978:50, Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a</ref> 1964?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref>, 35mm, sound, 6 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 15 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
Photographic Memory, 1982<br>
+
* ''Předměstí'' [The Outskirts], 1963?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref> 1964?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref>, 35mm, sound, 11 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 17 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
Voice Windows, 1986<br>
+
 
Lilith, 1987<br>
+
Realised in Iceland:
The Other Asia, 1989<br>
+
* ''Velrybářská stanice'' [Whale Cutting Station], 1964, 35mm, sound, 10 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 12 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
Ptolemy, 1990<br>
+
* ''Sezóna v Seydisfjordu'' [The Herring Season in Seydisfjordur], 1964, 35mm, sound, 12 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 20 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
Tokyo Four, 1991<br>
+
 
Violin Power (second version), 1991<br>
+
Realised in Algeria:
Orka, 1997<br>
+
* Two films for Bureau Politique du Gouvernement algerien; not completed. Winter 1965.<ref>Calthart 1978:50, Willoughby 1984:56</ref>
Nuna, 1999<br>
+
 
The Idea of the North, 2001<br>
+
Realised in the United States:
Moss and Lava, 2001<br>
+
* ''Studies for Scan Processor'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1975-1977, 16mm transferred to video
 +
* ''The City'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1975, 16mm, stereo sketch, silent, 3 min
 +
* ''Gorge'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1975, 16mm, stereo sketch, silent, 3 min
 +
* ''Noiseplane'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1975, 16mm, silent, 3 min
 +
* ''Grazing'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1975, 16mm, silent, 19 min
 +
* ''No. 18 (Krysuvik)'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1975, 16mm, silent, 11 min
 +
* ''E-Object'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1976, 16mm, silent, 11 min
 +
* ''No. 20'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1976, 16mm, silent, 3 min
 +
* ''No. 21 (San Francisco streets)'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1976, 16mm, silent, 3 min
 +
* ''Soundshape'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1976, 16mm, sound, 5 min
 +
* ''No. 23 (Seal Cove)'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1976, 16mm, silent, 11 min
 +
* ''Torso'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1976, 16mm, silent, 4 min
 +
* ''No. 24 (Circular Noise)'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1977, 16mm, silent, 5 min
 +
* ''No. 26 (Rotating Panel)'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1977, 16mm, silent, 5 min
 +
* ''No. 27 (Frame Sizes)'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1977, 16mm, silent, 5 min
 +
* ''No. 28 (Face by Wave)'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1977, 16mm, silent, 6 min
 +
* ''No. 29 (Winding)'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1977, 16mm, silent, 8 min
 +
</div>
 +
 
 +
; Video
 +
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* ''Swan Lake'',<ref>Listed in Vasulka.org and Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Ekathrina Sobechanskaya, 1971, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 7:25 min
 +
* ''[https://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/page.php?NumPage=476 Vocabulary]'', Apr 1973, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 4:17 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 4:29 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
 +
* ''Explanation'', Jul 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 11:45 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 4:20 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
 +
* ''Reminiscence'', Aug 1974, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 4:48 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 4:52 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
 +
* ''[http://www.ubu.com/film/vasulka_c.html C-Trend]'', Oct 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 9:03 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 8:29 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
 +
* ''The Matter'', Dec 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 3:56 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 4:02 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
 +
* ''Electromagnetic Objects'',<ref>Unlisted in Dolanová 2011</ref> 1975-2006, b/w, sound, 33:58 min
 +
* ''Grazing (Ocean Sounds)'', 1974-1976, audio Brian O'Reilly 2006, b/w, sound, 8:18 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 4:36 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
 +
* ''No. 25'', 1976, 3/4” U-matic, b/w, sound, 5:30 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 5:32 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
 +
* ''Artifacts'', Oct 1980, 3/4” U-matic, b/w & colour, sound, 21:20 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 22:52 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
 +
* ''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vl2xtgpI5s The Commission]'', with Ernest Gusella, Robert Ashley, Cosimo Corsano, Ben Harris, Andrea Harris, David Ossman, Bradford Smith, Peter Kirby, 1983, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 44:55 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 39:16 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
 +
* ''[https://vimeo.com/393267719 Art of Memory]'', with Daniel Nagrin, Klein, Doris Cross, Rutt/Etra, Jeffrey Schier, Bradford Smith, Penelope Place, David Aubrey and Steina, 1987, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 36:34 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 36:37 min?<ref>Berg 2019a</ref>
 +
* ''Studies for Hybrid Automata'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1993, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 8:44 min
 +
* ''Woody Plays the Maiden'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1998, digital video, colour, sound, 6:07 min
 +
* ''Sonifications, Variations on Studies for Scan Processor'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 2006, digital video, colour, sound (by Brian O'Reilly), 33:45 min
 +
</div>
 +
 
 +
; Installations
 +
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 +
* ''A Meeting/Greeting'',<ref>Listed in Calthart 1978:52, Willoughby 1984:57, Dolanová 2009. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019a.</ref> [1967], unrealised plan for installation-performance
 +
* ''360 Degree Camera/Scanner'',<ref>Listed in Calthart 1978:52, Willoughby 1984:57. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019a.</ref> 1968
 +
* ''Projected Strobe'',<ref>Listed in Calthart 1978:52, Willoughby 1984:57. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019a.</ref> 1968
 +
* ''Hand-held Strobe Projector'',<ref>Listed in Calthart 1978:52, Willoughby 1984:58. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019a.</ref> 1968
 +
* ''Light-Activated Screen'',<ref>Listed in Calthart 1978:52, Willoughby 1984:58. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019a.</ref> 1968
 +
* ''Aimless People'',<ref>Listed as a film in Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a.</ref> 1968, film installation, 3 screens, 16mm, sound, 4 min
 +
* ''Peril in Orbit'',<ref>Listed as a film in Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a.</ref> 1968, film installation, 3 screens, 16mm, sound, 4 min
 +
* ''360 degree space records'',<ref>Listed as a film in Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1968, 16mm film, 3 screens, sound, 4 min
 +
* ''Time/Energy Objects'',<ref>Listed as a film in Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1975, 16mm, 3 screens, silent, 13 min
 +
* ''Three Documentaries'',<ref>Listed in Dolanová 2011. Unlisted in Berg 2019a.</ref> year unknown, film installation, 3 screens
 +
* ''The Brotherhood'', 1990-1998, six computer-driven opto-electro-mechanical constructions. Exhibitions: [[Hi-tech/Art|Moravian Gallery Governor's Palace]] (Table 3, Brno, 1994), LACE (Table 3, Los Angeles, 1994), Federal Exhibition Hall (Tables 2 and 3, Bonn, 1994), SFMOMA (Tables 1-3, San Francisco, 1996), NTT ICC (Tables 1-6, Tokyo, 1998), Czech Centre London (2006), [http://web.archive.org/web/20070821070629/http://hosting.zkm.de/mindframes_e/stories/storyReader$19 ZKM] (Tables 2 and 5, Karlsruhe, 2006-2007).
 +
** Table 1: ''Translocations'', 1996, interactive computer-driven opto/electro/mechanical construction, dimensions variable, with Russ Gritzo and Bruce Hamilton
 +
** Table 2: ''Theater of Hybrid Automata'', 1990, internally interactive video/computer/sound construction, dimensions variable, with Don Buchla and Russ Gritzo
 +
** Table 3: ''Friendly Fire'', 1994, interactive computer-driven opto/electro/mechanical construction, dimensions variable, with Russ Gritzo, Bruce Hamilton and Tom Joyce
 +
** Table 4: ''Stealth'', 1998, interactive computer-driven opto/electro/mechanical construction, dimensions variable, with Aaron Davidson and Thomas Ashcraft
 +
** Table 5: ''Scribe'', 1998, interactive computer-driven opto/electro/mechanical construction, dimensions variable, with Russ Gritzo, Bruce Hamilton and Roderick Peyketewa
 +
** Table 6: ''The Maiden'', 1998, interactive computer-driven opto/electro/mechanical construction, dimension variable, with Steina, Russ Gritzo, Bruce Hamilton, Susan Hamilton, Jamie Hamilton, Roderick Peyketewa, Van Baer, Tom Demeyer and Rutt/Etra
 +
* ''Light Revisited – Noisefields'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 2001, video, colour, sound, 10 min cycle. Exhibition: [http://www.moravska-galerie.cz/moravska-galerie/o-galerii/tiskovy-servis/2017/woody-vasulka.aspx?lang=cs Moravska galerie Brno] (2017).
 +
* ''Shining Moment'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 2004, video, colour, sound, projector stands, mirrors, 5 min cycle
 +
* ''[https://vimeo.com/138287613 Digital Vocabulary]'', with Sliders_Lab (F. Curien, J.-M. Dallet, H. Jolly), 2014. [http://architecturesdememoire.labex-arts-h2h.fr/content/projet-sky-memory-vasulka]
 +
</div>
 +
 
 +
===Steina===
 +
; Video
 +
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 +
* ''Distant Activities'',<ref>Calthart 1978:44 and Dolanová 2011 attributes the work to Woody and Steina, however Vasulka.org and Berg 2019b lists it as Steina's work.</ref> May 1972, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 6 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 4:48 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''From Cheektowaga to Tonawanda'',<ref>Listed in Dolanová 2011. Unlisted in Berg 2019b.</ref> Jun 1975, colour, sound, 36 min
 +
* ''Signifying Nothing'',<ref>Listed in Calthart 1978:48, Willoughby 1984:53. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.</ref> Jun 1975, b/w, 15 min
 +
* ''Land of Timoteus'', Sep 1975/Mar 1976<ref>Willoughby 1984:53</ref>, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 15 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 6:46 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''Sound and Fury'',<ref>Listed in Calthart 1978:48, Willoughby 1984:53. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.</ref> Oct 1975, b/w, 15 min
 +
* ''[http://www.ubu.com/film/vasulka_switch.html Switch! Monitor! Drift!]'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> Nov 1976, 1/2” Open Reel, b&w, sound, 50 min
 +
* ''Snowed Tapes'',<ref>Listed in Calthart 1978:48, Willoughby 1984:53. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.</ref> Feb 1977, b/w, 15 min
 +
* ''Orbital Obsessions'', 1975-1977, revised 1988, 3/4” U-matic, b/w, sound, 24:25 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 24:13 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''Stasto'',<ref>Listed in Willoughby 1984:53. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.</ref> May 1977, 7 min
 +
* ''Flux'', Nov 1977, 3/4” U-matic, b/w, sound, 7:25 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 8:12 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''Nam June Paik'',<ref>Attributed to Steina in Berg 2019b. Listed as "Other video work" and attributed to both Steina and Woody in Vasulka.org. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Esther Harriott, 1977?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref> 1978?<ref>Vasulka.org</ref>, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 25:55 min
 +
* ''[https://vimeo.com/385038289 Funtime at the Vasulkas]'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Tom Busch, Hollis Frampton, Jeffrey Schier, and Paul Sharits, 1978/2006, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 7:30 min
 +
* ''Violin Power'', 1970-1978, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 10:04 min
 +
* ''Bad'', Dec 1979, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 2:14 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 2:10 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''Selected Treecuts'', Mar 1980<ref>Vasulka.org dates it to 1977.</ref>, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 8:11 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 6:39 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''Cantaloup'', with Jeffrey Schier and Woody Vasulka, May 1980, 3/4” U-matic, b/w & colour, sound, 27:54 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 22:56 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnpaN8YQgVE&t=1216s Urban Episodes]'', with Josef Krames and Woody Vasulka, Jun 1980, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 8:50 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 8:59 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''The Making of Urban Episodes'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1980, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 2:20 min
 +
* ''Summer Salt'', Feb 1982, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 18:48 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 17:56 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''The Making of Somersault'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011. Vasulka.org refers to it as ''Summer Salt Making''.</ref> 1982, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 1:30 min
 +
* ''Voice Windows'',<ref>Dolanová 2011 and Vasulka.org attributes the work to Steina, Berg 2019b to both Woody and Steina.</ref> with Joan La Barbara, 1986?<ref>Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011</ref> 1987?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 8:10 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 8:05 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''Lilith'', with Doris Cross, 1987, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 9:12 min
 +
* ''Aria'',<ref>Listed in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1987?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref> 1994?<ref>Vasulka.org</ref>, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 3:13 min
 +
* ''Ptolequad'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1990, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 12:20 min
 +
* ''Vocaquad'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Joan La Barbara, 1990, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 11:35 min.
 +
* ''Eigenwelt'',<ref>Listed under "Other video work" in Vasulka.org. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Peter Weibel, Lee Harrison, Stephen Beck, Lori Zippay, Glen Southworth, Bill Etra, Ralph Hocking, Sherry Miller Hocking, Eric Siegel, David Dunn, David Muller, MaLin Wilson, Melody Sumner Carnahan and Michael Sumner, 1992?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref> 1993?<ref>Vasulka.org</ref>, Hi 8, colour, sound, 15:05 min
 +
* ''Warp'', 1994?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref> 2000?<ref>Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011</ref>, digital video, colour, sound, 4:30 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 4:13 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''A So Desu Ka'',<ref>Listed in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1993?<ref>Vasulka.org</ref> 1994?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>, SVHS, color, sound, 9:33 min
 +
* ''Pyroglyphs'', with Tom Joyce, 1995, Hi 8, colour, sound, 27:20 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 26:05 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''Orka'', 1995?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 1997?<ref>Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b</ref>, Hi 8, colour, sound, 16 min?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 15:11 min?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>
 +
* ''MidiViolin'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Michael Saup, Tim Thompson, Saburo Teshigawara, Joan La Barbara, Michel Waisvisz, Leatitia Sonami, Cas de Marez, Trevor Wishart and Francis M. Uitti, 1999, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 10:50 min
 +
* ''Trevor'',<ref>Listed in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Trevor Wishart, 1999?<ref>Vasulka.org</ref> 2000?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>, digital video, colour, sound, 11:06 min
 +
* ''Lava and Moss'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 2000, digital video, colour, sound, 15:09 min.
 +
* ''Music in the Afternoon'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Tony Conrad, 2002, digital video, colour, sound, 4:15 min
 +
* ''Twisted Water'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 2004, Hi 8, colour, sound, 4:33 min
 +
* ''Rome Performance'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 2004, digital video, colour, sound, 14:40 min
 +
* ''Pyrospheres'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Tom Joyce, 2005, Hi 8, colour, sound, 5:57 min
 +
* ''Pergament'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 2014, digital video, colour, sound, 12:31 min
 +
* ''Emerald World Without Us'',<ref>Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 2015, colour, sound, 25:59 min
 +
</div>
 +
 
 +
; Installations
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* ''Machine Vision'', 1978, electro-opto-mechanical environment, with instrumentation by Josef Krames, Woody Vasulka, and Bruce Hamilton. Exhibitions: Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, NY, 1978), Armory Museum (Santa Fe, 1980), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome, 1994-95), Lyon Biennale (Lyon, 1995-96), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997).
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* ''Allvision'', 1976-1983?<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref> 1976?<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>, electro-opto-mechanical environment, with instrumentation by Woody Vasulka. Exhibitions: Hallwalls (Buffalo, NY, 1976), The Kitchen (New York, 1978), Folkwang Museum (Essen, 1979), Carnegie Institute Museum of Art (Pittsburgh, 1982), Hudson River Museum (Yonkers, NY, 1983), Center for Contemporary Arts (Santa Fe, NM, 1995), SFMOMA (San Francisco, 1996), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997), Czech Centre London (2006), [http://web.archive.org/web/20070821070533/http://hosting.zkm.de/mindframes_e/stories/storyReader$28 ZKM] (Karlsruhe, 2006-2007), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008). [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Kitchen/KBL4/KBL4.pdf]
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* ''The West'', 1983, video matrix, two-channel video, four-channel sound (by Woody Vasulka), 30 min cycle. Exhibitions: Montevideo Gallery (Amsterdam, 1985), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome, 1994-95), SFMOMA (San Francisco, 1996), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008).
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* ''Geomania'', 1987, video matrix, two-channel video, four-channel sound, 15 min cycle. Exhibitions: Vassar College Art Gallery (Poughkeepsie, NY, 1988), Rene Coelho Gallery (Amsterdam, 1990), St. Luke Hospital (Amsterdam, 1994).
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* ''Ptolemy'',<ref>Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1990, video matrix, four-channel video, eight-channel audio, 10 min cycle. Exhibition: [http://web.archive.org/web/20050108143555/http://www.aec.at/de/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_artikel.asp?iProjectID=8947 Ars Electronica] (Linz, 1990).
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* ''Vocalizations'',<ref>Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> with Joan La Barbara, 1990, projected video environment, four-channel video, eight-channel audio, 15 min cycle
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* ''Tokyo Four'',<ref>Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1991, four-channel video, four-channel audio, 23 min cycle. Exhibitions: Museum of Contemporary Art (Helsinki, 1992), Hallwalls (Buffalo, NY, 1993), Atlantic Center for the Arts (Smyrna Beach, FL, 1993), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome, 1994-95), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008).
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* ''Violin Power: The Performance'',<ref>Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1991-present, interactive performance. [http://www.vasulka.org/Steina/Steina_ViolinPower/ViolinPower.html Steina].
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* ''Borealis'', 1993, projected video environment, two-channel video, four-channel sound, 10 min cycle. Exhibitions: LACE (Los Angeles, 1994), Rene Coelho Gallery (Amsterdam, 1994), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome, 1994-95), Center for Contemporary Arts (Santa Fe, NM, 1995), SFMOMA (San Francisco, 1996), Guggenheim Museum SoHo (New York, 1996), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997), Stedelijk Museum (''[http://web.archive.org/web/20010430030857fw_/http://www.montevideo.nl/second/ The Second]'', Amsterdam, 1997, [https://vimeo.com/77628014 video]), Museo Universitario del Chopo (''The Second'', Mexico City, 1998), Taipei Fine Arts Museum (''The Second'', Tapei, 1998), [https://www.ntticc.or.jp/en/exhibitions/1998/the-second-time-based-art-from-the-netherlands/ Inter Communication Center (ICC)] (''The Second'', Tokyo, 1998), Ludwig Museum (''The Second'', Budapest, 1999), National Gallery Prague (''The Second'', Prague, 2000), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008).
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* ''Pyroglyphs'', 1995, 15 or 18 monitors in a circle, 1 video, 2 audio sources, colour, sound, 27:20 min cycle<ref>Dolanová 2011</ref>, OR: with Tom Joyce, three-channel video, three-channel audio, 20 min cycle<ref>Berg 2019b</ref>. Exhibitions: Arizona State University Computer Commons Gallery (Tempe, AZ, 1994), Rene Coelho Gallery (Amsterdam, 1994), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome, 1994-95), Center for Contemporary Arts (Santa Fe, NM, 1995), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008).
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* ''Orka'', 1997, projected video environment, three-channel video, three-channel audio, 15 min cycle. Exhibition: [https://frontiers-of-solitude.org/epiphany-frontiers-of-solitude House of Arts] (Ústí nad Labem, 2016).
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* ''Nuna'',<ref>Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.</ref> 1998, three-channel video, three-channel audio, 10 min cycle
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* ''Cascades'', with Sissú Pálsdóttir, 2000, projected video environment, six-channel video, six-channel audio, 16 min cycle
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* ''Mynd'', 2000, projected video environment, six-channel video, six-channel audio, 18 min cycle. Exhibitions: [http://web.archive.org/web/20070821070533/http://hosting.zkm.de/mindframes_e/stories/storyReader$28 ZKM] (Karlsruhe, 2006-2007), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008).
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* ''Lava and Moss'', 2000, projected video environment, three-channel video, three-channel audio, 14 min cycle. Exhibition: [https://entrancegallery.com/lava-a-mech/ Entrance Gallery Prague] (2016).
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* ''... Of the North'', 2001, projected video environment, three-channel video, three-channel audio, variable length
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* ''Bent Scans'', 2002, live interactive environment
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==Exhibition catalogues, brochures==
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''Scans of the catalogues published between 1978-1998 are sourced from [http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/Cat_index.html Vasulka.org]. Individual catalogue [[#Essays.2C_writings.2C_statements|essays]] and [[#Interviews.2C_conversations|interviews]] are listed in separate sections below.''
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[[Image:Vasulka Steina Machine Vision Woody Description 1978.jpg|thumb|200px|link=https://monoskop.org/images/e/e0/Vasulka_Steina_Machine_Vision_Woody_Description_1978.pdf|''Vasulka, Steina: Machine Vision, Woody: Description'', Albright-Knox, 1978, [[Media:Vasulka Steina Machine Vision Woody Description 1978.pdf|PDF]].]]
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[[Image:Steina et Woody Vasulka Videastes 1969-1984 1984.jpg|thumb|200px|link=https://monoskop.org/images/5/52/Steina_et_Woody_Vasulka_Videastes_1969-1984_1984.pdf|''Steina et Woody Vasulka: Vidéastes: 1969-1984'', Ciné-MBXA/Cinédoc, 1984, [[Media:Steina et Woody Vasulka Videastes 1969-1984 1984.pdf|PDF]].]]
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[[Image:Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.jpg|thumb|200px|link=https://monoskop.org/images/1/11/Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.pdf|''Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt / Pioneers of Electronic Art'', AEC, 1992, [[Media:Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.pdf|PDF]], [https://monoskop.org/log/?p=43 Log].]]
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[[Image:Steina e Woody Vasulka Video Media e Nuove Immagini nell Arte Contemporanea 1995.jpg|thumb|200px|link=https://monoskop.org/images/0/0f/Steina_e_Woody_Vasulka_Video_Media_e_Nuove_Immagini_nell_Arte_Contemporanea_1995.pdf|''Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea'', Rome, 1995, [[Media:Steina e Woody Vasulka Video Media e Nuove Immagini nell Arte Contemporanea 1995.pdf|PDF]].]]
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[[Image:Steina and Woody Vasulka Machine Media 1996.jpg|thumb|200px|link=https://monoskop.org/images/b/b1/Steina_and_Woody_Vasulka_Machine_Media_1996.pdf|''Steina and Woody Vasulka: Machine Media'', SFMOMA, 1996, [[Media:Steina and Woody Vasulka Machine Media 1996.pdf|PDF]].]]
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[[Image:Woody Vasulka The Brotherhood 1998.jpg|thumb|200px|link=https://monoskop.org/images/a/af/Woody_Vasulka_The_Brotherhood_1998.pdf|''Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood'', NTT ICC, 1998, [[Media:Woody Vasulka The Brotherhood 1998.pdf|PDF]].]]
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* ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_KNOX.pdf Vasulka, Steina: Machine Vision, Woody: Description]'', ed. Linda L. Cathcart, Buffalo, NY: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1978, 63 pp, [[Media:Vasulka Steina Machine Vision Woody Description 1978.pdf|PDF]]. Texts by Steina, Woody Vasulka, Linda Cathcart. Exh. held 21 Oct-26 Nov 1978. [http://web.archive.org/web/20070106141210/www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/Photos_Knox/Knox_Main.html Photo documentation].
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* ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Videastes.pdf Steina et Woody Vasulka: Vidéastes: 1969-1984: 15 années d'images électroniques, analogiques et numeriques]'', 2nd ed., rev. & corr., ed. Dominique Willoughby, Paris: Ciné-MBXA/Cinédoc, 1984, 69 pp, [[Media:Steina et Woody Vasulka Videastes 1969-1984 1984.pdf|PDF]]. Texts by Guy Fihman/Claudine Eizykman, Steina/Woody Vasulka, Robert A. Haller/Steina, Ken Ausubel/Woody Vasulka, Lucinda Furlong. Exh. held 15 Jun-15 Jul 1984. [http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Press_Videastes.pdf Press book] (18 pp). {{fr}}
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* ''Steina Vasulka: Tokyo Four, Woody Vasulka: Art of the Memory; Interaktiivisen taiteen näyttely / Exhibition of the Interactive Art'', Helsinki: Nykytaiteen Museo, and Espoo: Galleria Otso, 1992, 14+27 pp. Exh. held 3-26 Apr 1992 (Helsinki) and 4-26 Apr 1992 (Espoo). {{fi}}/{{en}}
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* ''[http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-20a/Denver(5059).pdf Steina & Woody Vasulka]'', Denver: Denver Art Museum, 1992, [4] pp, [[Media:Steina and Woody Vasulka Denver Art Museum 1992.pdf|PDF]]. Exh. brochure. Text by Gene Youngblood. Exh. held 25 Jan-22 Mar 1992.
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* David Dunn (ed.), ''[https://monoskop.org/log/?p=43 Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt. Pioniere der Elektronischen Kunst / Pioneers of Electronic Art]'', Santa Fe: The Vasulkas, 1992, 240 pp, [[Media:Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.pdf|PDF]], [http://web.archive.org/web/20041225211352/http://www.aec.at/de/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_catalog.asp?iProjectID=8893 HTML]. Published on the occasion of an exhibition curated by Woody Vasulka and Steina Vasulka, held on 22 Jun-5 Jul 1992, Oberösterreichisches Landmuseum, Linz, as part of the ''Ars Electronica'' festival.
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* ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, 128 pp, [[Media:Steina e Woody Vasulka Video Media e Nuove Immagini nell Arte Contemporanea 1995.pdf|PDF]]. Texts by Marco Maria Gazzano, Marita Sturken, Gene Youngblood, Peter Weibel, Mona Sarkis, Achille Bonito Oliva, Steina Vasulka, Woody Vasulka. Exh. held at Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, 15 Dec 1994-11 Jan 1995. {{it}}/{{en}}
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* ''[http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-30d/CCA(8003).pdf Steina Vasulka: Four Video Installations]'', Santa Fe, NM: Center for Contemporary Arts, 1995, [2] pp. Exh. brochure. Text by Gene Youngblood. Exh. held 20 Jan-24 Feb 1995. Exh. review: [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/5-9/THE(5154).pdf Clemmer] (THE).
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* ''Woody & Steina Vasulka: A Retrospective'', Rome, 1996. Exh. held 17-22 Dec 1995.
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* ''[http://vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_MachineMedia.pdf Steina and Woody Vasulka: Machine Media]'', ed. Marita Sturken, San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), 1996, 80 pp, [[Media:Steina and Woody Vasulka Machine Media 1996.pdf|PDF]]. Texts by Robert R. Riley, Marita Sturken, Maureen Turim and Scott Nygren, Woody Vasulka. Exh. held 2 Feb-31 Mar 1996. Exh. reviews: [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-20a/Camerawork(5064).pdf Valerie Soe] (Camerawork), [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/Cue/MediaAndMen.pdf Jolene Thym] (Cue), [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/AlbuquerqueJournal/MachineMedia.pdf MaLin Wilson] (Albuquerque J).
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* ''[[Media:Tonlist a fjolskjam video innsetningar Steinu Vasulka 1996.pdf|Tónlist á fjölskjám: video innsetningar Steinu Vasulka]]'', Reykjavík: Kjarvalsstaðir: Listasafn Reykjavíkur, 1996, 26 pp. Text by Gene Youngblood. [https://listasafnreykjavikur.is/syningar/steina-vasulka Exh.] held at Kjarvalsstaðir, Listasafn Reykjavíkur, Mar-May 1996. {{is}}/{{en}}
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* ''[[Media:Steina_Vasulka_Instalace_1997.pdf|Steina Vasulka: instalace]]'', trans. Eva Uhlířová, Prague: Národní galerie, 1997, 14 pp. Texts by Steina Vasulka, Robert R. Riley, Marita Sturken. Exh. held 24 Jan-23 Feb 1997. [[Dawn_of_the_Magicians%3F|Exhibition]]. {{cz}}
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* ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Videoworks.pdf Steina & Woody Vasulka: Video Works]'', eds. Minoru Hatanaka, Keiko Koizumi, and Masaki Sekiguchi, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, 55 pp, [[Media:Steina and Woody Vasulka Video Works 1998.pdf|PDF]]. Text by Yoshitomo Morioko. Exh. held 17 Jul-30 Aug 1998. [https://www.ntticc.or.jp/en/exhibitions/1998/steina-woody-vasulka-video-works/ Exhibition]. {{jp}}/{{en}}
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* ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Woody/Brotherhood/PDFs/Cat_Brotherhood.pdf Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood: A Series of Six Interactive Media Constructions]'', ed. Ronald Christ, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, 120 pp, [[Media:Woody Vasulka The Brotherhood 1998.pdf|PDF]]. Text by Woody Vasulka, Hisanori Gogota, Aline Brandauer, Daniel Masler, David Sears Mather, Dennis L. Dollens, Erkki Huhtamo/Woody Vasulka, Roy Durfee, Sumner Carnahan, Woody Vasulka/Ronald Christ, Russ Gritzo. Exh. held 17 Jul-30 Aug 1998. [https://www.ntticc.or.jp/en/exhibitions/1998/woody-vasulka-the-brotherhood-a-series-of-six-interactive-media-constructions/ Exhibition]. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/ExhTHREE/ICC/pressrelease.pdf Press release]. {{jp}}/{{en}}
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* ''Vasulka Lab 1969-2005: Live Archive'', ed. Yasmeen Baig-Clifford, Birmingham: Vivid, 2006, 116 pp. Features the Vasulkas in conversation with Don Foresta, essays by Chris Meigh-Andrews and Yasmeen Baig-Clifford. Exh. held 2-18 Mar & 13 Apr-6 May 2006. [https://kunstaspekte.art/event/vasulka-lab-1969-2005?hl=en Press release]. [http://www.vivid.org.uk/projects.php?work=12] [http://london.czechcentres.cz/programme/travel-events/vasulka-lab-1969-20051/]
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* Woody Vasulka, Peter Weibel (eds.), ''Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990'', Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, 837 pp. Exh. held 16 Dec 2006-25 Mar 2007. [http://web.archive.org/web/20101106014041/http://hosting.zkm.de/mindframes_e/ Exhibition]. [https://zkm.de/en/event/2006/12/mindframes-media-study-at-buffalo Exhibition]. [https://zkm.de/en/chronology Chronology]. [https://d-nb.info/991455819/04 TOC]. [https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/buffalo-heads Publisher]. [https://zkm.de/en/publication/buffalo-heads-media-study-media-practice-media-pioneers Publisher]. Reviews: [https://www.academia.edu/7754670/ Zics] (Leonardo), [https://online.ucpress.edu/afterimage/article/36/5/30/19322/ Yu] (Afterimage), [https://sci-hub.se/10.1111/j.1542-734X.2009.00699_3.x Browne] (J Am Cult). Exh. review: [https://online.ucpress.edu/fq/article/61/2/56/93167/ Minkowsky] (Film Quarterly).
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* ''Steina: 1970-2000'', ed. Katia Zavistovski, forew. Laura Steward Heon, intro. Liza Statton, Santa Fe, NM: SITE, 2008, 128 pp. Texts by Steve Dietz, Liza Statton, Gene Youngblood/Steina. Exh. held 17 Feb-11 May 2008. [http://archive.neural.it/init/default/show/2311 TOC]. [https://sitesantafe.org/exhibition/steina-1970-2000/ Exhibition]. [https://www.edsprojects.com/2008/02/16/steina-1970-2000/ Press release].
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* ''[[Media:Steina Involving People Into This Magic 2011.pdf|Steina: Involving People Into This Magic]]'', Buffalo, NY: Burchfield Penney Art Center at Buffalo State College, 2011, 36 pp.
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* ''Vasulka-stofa / Vasulka Chamber'', eds. Kristín Scheving and Birta Guðjónsdóttir, Reykjavík: Listasafn Íslands, Vasulka-Stofa, 2014, 47 pp. [https://www.mzv.cz/file/1246516/Vasulka_Chamber_info_english.pdf] {{is}}/{{en}}
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* ''[[Media:Bohuslav Woody Vasulka Mystery of Memory 2016.pdf|Bohuslav Woody Vašulka. Mystery of Memory / Mystérium paměti]]'', Brno: Muzeum města Brna, 2016, [24] pp. Exh. held 15 Sep-6 Nov 2016. Exh. brochure. [https://www.spilberk.cz/kalendar/vasulka-mystery-memory/ Exhibition]. [https://artalk.cz/2016/09/09/tz-bohuslav-woody-vasulka/ Press release]. Exh. review: [https://artalk.cz/2016/10/14/mysterium-pameti-woodyho-vasulky/ Míčová] (Artalk.cz). {{cz}}
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* ''[http://www.poriartmuseum.fi/fin/nayttelyt/2018/208/plari-suomi-eng.pdf Art of Memory - Muistin taito. Steina & Woody Vasulka. Teoksia vuosilta 1969-2000]'', Pori: Pori Art Museum, 2018. Exh. brochure for a retrospective curated by Kristín Scheving, held 23 Mar-2 Sep 2018. [http://www.poriartmuseum.fi/eng/exhibitions/2018/208/ Exhibition], [http://www.poriartmuseum.fi/fin/nayttelyt/2018/208/]. [http://www.poriartmuseum.fi/fin/nayttelyt/2018/208/tiedote_Art_of_Memory_MEDIA.pdf Press release]. {{fi}}/{{en}}
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==Essays, writings, statements==
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''The following bibliography has been derived from exhibition catalogues and the [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/sitemap.html Vasulka.org archives].''
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* Woody Vasulka, Steina, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Kitchen/KOP/KOP002.pdf "Welcome to the Kitchen"], [15 Jun 1971], [1] p, manuscript.
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* Woody Vasulka, [Technocentric Determinism], n.d., rev. Jun 1993.
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** "Technocentrický determinismus", ''Iluminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 199-203. [https://www.iluminace.cz/index.php/cz/article?id=158] {{cz}}
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* Woody Vasulka, [Talk in Chicago], n.d., manuscript.
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* Woody Vasulka, Steina, [http://www.eai.org/supporting-documents/739/w.1221.0 "Early"], n.d., [1] p, manuscript.
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* Woody Vasulka, "Transformation" [1974], in ''Kunst und Video. Internationale Entwicklungen und Kuenstler'', eds. Bettina Gruber and Maria Vedder, Cologne: Dumont, 1983, pp 202-203. {{de}}
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* Woody Vasulka, Scott Nygren, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-30c/AfterImageOct75(5024).pdf "Didactic Video: Organizational Models of the Electronic Image"], ''Afterimage'' 3:4, Oct 1975, pp 9-13; repr. in ''Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990'', eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 400-410.
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* Woody Vasulka, "Time/Energy Structure of the Electronic Image", ''Afterimage'' 3:4, Oct 1975.
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* Woody Vasulka, "Five Lectures" [1976], in ''Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990'', eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 411-419. Series of five lectures given at Media Study, Buffalo, 1976.
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* Steina, [http://www.vasulka.org/Kitchen/CommentsSummary.html "Kitchen Story"], [Aug 1976].
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* The Vasulkas, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-25/Videoscope(6019).pdf#page=2 "The Kitchen"] [1977], ''Videoscope'' 2:2, 1978, pp 45-47. [http://www.vasulka.org/Kitchen/CommentsSummary.html Transcript].
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* Steina, Woody Vasulka, Jeffrey Schier, [The Vasulka Imaging System], Buffalo, NY, [7 Mar 1978], manuscript.
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* Steina, "Machine Vision", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_KNOX.pdf Vasulka, Steina: Machine Vision, Woody: Description]'', ed. Linda Cathcart, Buffalo, NY: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1978, pp 9-13.
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* Woody Vasulka, "Descriptions", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_KNOX.pdf Vasulka, Steina: Machine Vision, Woody: Description]'', ed. Linda Cathcart, Buffalo, NY: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1978, pp 15-19.
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* Steina, Woody Vasulka, "Raw Tapes", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_KNOX.pdf Vasulka, Steina: Machine Vision, Woody: Description]'', ed. Linda Cathcart, Buffalo, NY: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1978, pp 35-40.
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* Woody Vasulka, Jeffrey Schier, Tom Moxton, [The Articulator Manual] [c.1979], manuscript. Technical manual for Digital Image Articulator.
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* Steina, Woody Vasulka, "15 années d'images électroniques", trans. Pierre Girard and Dominique Willoughby, in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Videastes.pdf Steina et Woody Vasulka: Vidéastes: 1969-1984]'', 2nd ed., rev. & corr., ed. Dominique Willoughby, Paris: Ciné-MBXA/Cinédoc, 1984, pp 11-22. Compilation of extracts from earlier texts. {{fr}}
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* Woody Vasulka, "Artist Page", ''Vantage Point'', Sep/Oct 1984, p 35.
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* Woody Vasulka, [http://web.archive.org/web/20050110104827/http://www.aec.at/en/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_artikel.asp?iProjectID=9267 "A Syntax of Binary Images: Studies"], in ''ars electronica 86. im Rahmen des Internationalen Brucknerfestes Linz'', Linz: Ars Electronica, 1986. [http://web.archive.org/web/20041226221744/http://www.aec.at/en/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_catalog.asp?iProjectID=9249]
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** [[Media:Vasulka Woody_1986_Eine Syntax binaerer Bilder.pdf|"Eine Syntax binärer Bilder"]], in ''Computerkulturtage Linz. ORF-Videonale. 1986 im Rahmen der Ars Electronica, 20. - 27. Juni 1986'', Linz: Ars Electronica, 1986, pp 63-68. [http://web.archive.org/web/20041226221325/http://www.aec.at/de/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_catalog.asp?iProjectID=9249] [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-23b/Ars(8053).pdf] {{de}}
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* Steina, Woody Vasulka, [https://www.persee.fr/doc/comm_0588-8018_1988_num_48_1_2876 "''Objects'' (1984)"], ''Communications'' 48: "Vidéo", eds. Raymond Bellour and Anne-Marie Duguet, Paris, 1988, pp 261-263, [https://www.persee.fr/docAsPDF/comm_0588-8018_1988_num_48_1_2876.pdf PDF]. Trans. of excerpts. {{fr}}
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* Steina, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Vasulkas3/Installations/Ptolemy/FofVision.pdf#page=2 "Notes on ''Switch! Monitor! Drift!''"], ''Field of Vision'' 13, Spring 1985, pp 12-14.
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* Woody Vasulka, "The New Epistemic Space" [1989], in ''Illuminating Video: An Essential Guide to Video Art'', eds. Doug Hall and Sally Jo Fifer, New York: Aperture, 1990, pp 464-470, [https://openlibrary.org/books/OL1641153M/ OL].
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* Woody Vasulka, David Dunn, [http://web.archive.org/web/20060128135321/http://www.aec.at/en/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_artikel.asp?iProjectID=8986 "The Theatre of Hybrid Automata. Lecture and Performance"], ''Ars Electronica '90. Digital Dreams - Virtual Worlds. Part 2'', Linz: Ars Electronica, 1990, pp 265-267. [http://web.archive.org/web/20060211184833/http://www.aec.at/en/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_catalog.asp?iProjectID=8956]
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** [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Writings/woody1.pdf#page=2 "Das Theater hybrider Automaten. Vortrag und Performance"], in ''Ars Electronica '90. Digitale Träume, virtuelle Welten'', Linz: Ars Electronica, 1990, pp 265-267, [http://web.archive.org/web/20050108143800/http://www.aec.at/de/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_artikel.asp?iProjectID=8986 HTML].
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* Woody Vasulka, David Dunn, [http://web.archive.org/web/20050110100654/http://www.aec.at/en/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_artikel.asp?iProjectID=8987 "Digital Space: A Research Proposal"], ''Ars Electronica '90. Digital Dreams - Virtual Worlds. Part 2'', Linz: Ars Electronica, 1990, pp 268-275; repr., ''Scan+'' 3, Nov 1990, pp 5-8. [http://web.archive.org/web/20060211184833/http://www.aec.at/en/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_catalog.asp?iProjectID=8956]
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** [http://web.archive.org/web/20050108143804/http://www.aec.at/de/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_artikel.asp?iProjectID=8987 "Digitaler Raum: Ein Forschungsvorschlag"], in ''Ars Electronica '90. Digitale Träume, virtuelle Welten. Band 2'', Linz: Ars Electronica, 1990, pp 268-275. {{de}}
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** "Lo Spazio virtuale", ''Comunicazioni sociali'' 14:2-3, Milan: Vita e pensiero, 1992, pp 201-202. {{it}}
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* Woody Vasulka, [https://monoskop.org/images/1/11/Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.pdf#page=12 "Curatorial Statement"] [Apr 1992], in ''[https://monoskop.org/log/?p=43 Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt. Pioniere der Elektronischen Kunst / Pioneers of Electronic Art]'', ed. David Dunn, Santa Fe, NM: The Vasulkas, 1992, pp 11-13. Catalogue text.
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* Jeffrey Schier, Woody Vasulka, [https://monoskop.org/images/1/11/Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.pdf#page=130 "George Brown: Video Sequencer (a.k.a. Field Flip/Flop Switcher, with digital control), 1972; Multikeyer (Analog with digital control), 1973"], in ''[https://monoskop.org/log/?p=43 Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt. Pioniere der Elektronischen Kunst / Pioneers of Electronic Art]'', ed. David Dunn, Santa Fe, NM: The Vasulkas, 1992, pp 130-131.
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* Daniel J. Sandin, Jeffrey Schier, Woody Vasulka, [https://monoskop.org/images/1/11/Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.pdf#page=132 "Dan Sandin: IP (Analog Image Processor), 1972"], in ''[https://monoskop.org/log/?p=43 Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt. Pioniere der Elektronischen Kunst / Pioneers of Electronic Art]'', ed. David Dunn, Santa Fe, NM: The Vasulkas, 1992, pp 132-135.
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* Bill Etra, Steve Rutt, Jeffrey Schier, Woody Vasulka, [https://monoskop.org/images/1/11/Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.pdf#page=136 "Bill Etra & Steve Rutt: Rutt/Etra Scan Processor (Analog), 1973"], in ''[https://monoskop.org/log/?p=43 Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt. Pioniere der Elektronischen Kunst / Pioneers of Electronic Art]'', ed. David Dunn, Santa Fe, NM: The Vasulkas, 1992, pp 136-139.
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* Donald E. MacArthur, Jeffrey Schier, Woody Vasulka, [https://monoskop.org/images/1/11/Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.pdf#page=142 "Don McArthur: SAID (Spatial and Intensity Digitizer), 1976"], in ''[https://monoskop.org/log/?p=43 Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt. Pioniere der Elektronischen Kunst / Pioneers of Electronic Art]'', ed. David Dunn, Santa Fe, NM: The Vasulkas, 1992, pp 142-143.
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* Jeffrey Schier, Woody Vasulka, [https://monoskop.org/images/1/11/Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.pdf#page=144 "Don McArthur & Jeff Schier: Digital Image Processor, 1976"], in ''[https://monoskop.org/log/?p=43 Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt. Pioniere der Elektronischen Kunst / Pioneers of Electronic Art]'', ed. David Dunn, Santa Fe, NM: The Vasulkas, 1992, pp 144-146.
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* Skip Sweeney, Woody Vasulka, [https://monoskop.org/images/1/11/Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.pdf#page=148 "Video Feedback with Audio Input Modulation and CVI Data Camera"], in ''[https://monoskop.org/log/?p=43 Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt. Pioniere der Elektronischen Kunst / Pioneers of Electronic Art]'', ed. David Dunn, Santa Fe, NM: The Vasulkas, 1992, pp 148-149.
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* Woody Vasulka, [https://monoskop.org/images/1/11/Dunn_David_ed_Pioneers_of_Electronic_Art.pdf#page=150 "Sony CV Portapak, Industrial, 1969"], in ''[https://monoskop.org/log/?p=43 Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt. Pioniere der Elektronischen Kunst / Pioneers of Electronic Art]'', ed. David Dunn, Santa Fe, NM: The Vasulkas, 1992, pp 150-151.
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* Woody Vasulka, Steina Vasulka, [[Media:Vasulka Woody Vasulka Steina 1992 Pioneers of Electronic Arts.pdf|"Pioneers of Electronic Arts"]], in ''Ars Electronica '92. Endo Nano. The World from Within'', Linz: Ars Electronica, 1992, pp 81-100, [http://web.archive.org/web/20050110104640/http://www.aec.at/en/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_artikel.asp?iProjectID=8858 HTML]. [http://web.archive.org/web/20060211123325/http://www.aec.at/en/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_catalog.asp?iProjectID=8830]
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** [http://web.archive.org/web/20050108143306/http://www.aec.at/de/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_artikel.asp?iProjectID=8858 "Die Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt Pioniere der elektronischen Kunst"], ''Ars Electronica '92. Endo Nano. Die Welt von Innen'', Linz: Ars Electronica, 1992, pp 81-100. [http://web.archive.org/web/20041225212037/http://www.aec.at/de/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_catalog.asp?iProjectID=8830] {{de}}
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* Woody Vasulka, "Toward a Non-Centric Narrative Space" [Dec 1992], in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 106-108.
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** "Verso uno Spazio Narrativo non Centrico", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 102-105. {{it}}
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** [http://yo-yo-yo.org/old/dokumenty_files/dialog_s_demony_dolanova_PhDthesis.pdf#page=131 "K necentrickému narativnímu prostoru"], in Lenka Dolanová, ''Woody Vasulka: dialog s démony nástrojů'', Prague: FAMU, 2009, pp 131-133. [http://hdl.handle.net/10318/2963] {{cz}}
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* Steina, Woody Vasulka, [http://vasulka.org/archive/4-30d/DerBlick(8001).pdf "The Noncentric Report on Space. Der computergenerierte variable Standpunkt"], in ''Der entfesselte Blick'', ed. Gerhard Johann Lischka, Bern: Benteli, 1993, pp 344-351. [https://gjlischka.ch/der-entfesselte-blick-inhalt/] [https://gjlischka.ch/der-entfesselte-blick-uberblick-veranstaltingen/] {{de}}
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* Woody Vasulka, [http://web.archive.org/web/20051110144643/http://www.aec.at/en/archiv_files/19942/E1994b_087.pdf "Brotherhood – Table III"], in ''Ars Electronica 1994. Intelligent Environment. Part 2'', Linz: Ars Electronica, 1994, pp 87-90, [http://web.archive.org/web/20051127004214/http://www.aec.at/en/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_artikel.asp?iProjectID=8725 HTML]. [http://web.archive.org/web/20060210064420/http://www.aec.at/en/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_catalog.asp?iProjectID=8699]
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** [http://web.archive.org/web/20050920230628/http://www.aec.at/de/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_artikel.asp?iProjectID=8725 "Brotherhood - Table III. Eine Serie interaktiver Konstruktionen"], in ''Ars Electronica 1994. Intelligente Ambiente. Band 2'', Linz: Ars Electronica, 1994, pp 87-90. [http://web.archive.org/web/20060210100014/http://www.aec.at/de/archives/festival_archive/festival_catalogs/festival_catalog.asp?iProjectID=8699] {{de}}
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* Steina Vasulka, "Reflections" [Mar 1995], in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 98-101; repr. as [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-25/leo%285104%29.pdf "My Love Affair with Art: Video and Installation Work"], ''Leonardo'' 28:1, 1995, pp 15-18, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/FormattedPublications/Leonardo.pdf transcript]; repr. in ''Women, Art, and Technology'', ed. Judy Malloy, MIT Press, 2003; repr. in ''Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990'', eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 472-481.
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** "Pensieri", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 93-97. {{it}}
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** "Einige autobiographische Bemerkungen", in ''Siemens Medienkunstpreis'', Karlsruhe: ZKM Center for Art and Media, 1995, pp 66-71. {{de}}
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* Woody Vasulka, "Theater of Hybrid Automata", in ''Siemens Medienkunstpreis'', Karlsruhe: ZKM Center for Art and Media, 1995, pp 72-75. {{de}}
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** "Divadlo hybridních automatů", ''Iluminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 205-208. [https://www.iluminace.cz/index.php/cz/article?id=158] {{cz}}
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* Woody Vasulka, "Notes on Exhibitions: From Printed Matter to Non-centric Space", in ''[http://vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_MachineMedia.pdf Steina and Woody Vasulka. Machine Media]'', ed. Marita Sturken, San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), 1996, pp 65-72.
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* Woody Vasulka, "Custodian of the Process" [1996], in Rosanna Albertini, ''Technological Rituals: Stories from the Annenberg Dialogues'', Los Angeles: University of Southern California, Annenberg Center for Communication, 1999. [https://www.worldcat.org/oclc/43400377] [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/ExhFest11/%27T%27/T008.pdf]
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* Woody Vasulka, Ronald Christ, "Maiden Voyage", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Woody/Brotherhood/PDFs/Cat_Brotherhood.pdf Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood: A Series of Six Interactive Media Constructions]'', ed. Ronald Christ, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, pp 92-95. {{jp}}/{{en}}
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* Woody Vasulka, "A Lecture delivered at NTT InterCommunication Center, Tokyo, September 13, 1998" [1998], in ''Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990'', eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 392-399.
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* Woody Vasulka, [https://v2.nl/archive/articles/time-energy-object-and-its-building-element-the-waveform "Time/Energy Object and its Building Element, the Waveform"] in ''Machine Times'', eds. Arjen Mulder and Joke Brouwer, Rotterdam: V2_, 2000.
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* Woody Vasulka, [Articulations in Binary Code: Recollections (A Plenary Lecture by Woody Vasulka delivered on 4 April 2002 at the New Collaborations/Electronic Intersections Conference, Alfred University, New York State)] [2002], manuscript.
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* Woody Vasulka, [[Media:Vasulka Woody 2002 Didactic Video 1975.pdf|"Didactic Video (1975)"]], ''PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art'' 71, May 2002, pp 10-11. [https://muse.jhu.edu/article/25865/summary]
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* Steina Vasulka, [[Media:Steina_2006_On_Improvisation.pdf|"On Improvisation"]], ''Contemporary Music Review'' 25:5-6, Oct 2006, pp 405-406.
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* Woody Vasulka, "The Commission", ''Illuminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 209-216. [https://www.iluminace.cz/index.php/cz/article?id=158] {{cz}}
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* ''[[Media:Woody Bohuslav Vasulka doctor honoris causa 2011.pdf|Woody Bohuslav Vašulka, doctor honoris causa]]'', Prague: Akademie múzických umění v Praze, 2011, 26 pp. Laudatio by Tomáš Ruller, honorary lecture by Woody Vasulka (written Oct 2011, given 16 Nov 2011), essay by Arnold Dreyblatt. [https://ct24.ceskatelevize.cz/kultura/1209041-originalni-woody-vasulka-prevzal-oceneni-famu] {{cz}},{{en}}
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* Lenka Dolanová, Woody Vasulka, [[Media:Dolanova Lenka Vasulka Woody 2014 Woody Vasulka Dialogue With the Demons in the Tool.pdf|"Woody Vasulka: Dialogue With the (Demons in the) Tool"]], in ''[https://b-ok.cc/book/3404565/632f0a The Emergence of Video Processing Tools, vol. 1: Television Becoming Unglued]'', eds. Kathy High, Sherry Miller-Hocking, and Mona Jimenez, Intellect, 2014, pp 273-307.
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==Interviews, conversations==
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''The following bibliography has been derived from exhibition catalogues and the [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/sitemap.html Vasulka.org archives]. [[#Documentary films, video interviews|Video interviews]] are listed separately''.
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* John Reilly, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/TheOther/Conversation.pdf "A Conversation with Woody and John Reilly"], ''The East Village Other'' 5:48, New York, 27 Oct 1970, p 10.
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* Jud Yalkut, [http://vasulka.org/Kitchen/K_Audio1.html "Open Circuits: The New Video Abstractionists: The Kitchen: An Image and Sound Laboratory: A Rap with Woody and Steina Vasulka, Shridhar Bapat and Dimitri Devyatkin"], [1 Apr 1973], [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Artists10/Yalkut,Jud/ElectronicZen205a.pdf PDF]. Audio interview for WBAI radio, with transcript. [https://www.eai.org/supporting-documents/242/a.257.35] [http://vasulka.org/Kitchen/K_Essays.html] [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Artists10/Yalkut,Jud/OpenCircuits.pdf] [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Artists10/Yalkut,Jud/ElectronicZen.pdf]
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* Stewart Kranz, [http://www.eai.org/supporting-documents/256/w.1223.0 "Interview: Woody Vasulka"], in ''Science and Technology in the Arts'', New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1974, pp 281-282.
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* Woody Vasulka, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/10JonWoody.pdf "Interviews with Jon"], [24 Jul 1977], 36 pp; [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/32WoodyJon.pdf cont.], [24 Jul 1977], 27 pp; [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/31WoodyJon.pdf cont.], [12 Dec 1977], 31 pp, transcripts.
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* Woody Vasulka, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/49Beck-Woody.pdf "Beck Interview"], n.d., 36 pp, transcript.
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* Woody Vasulka, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/3Etra-Vasulka.pdf "Interview with Bill Etra"], [1977], 28 pp, transcript.
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* Woody Vasulka, Jon Burris, Robert Polidori, Steina Vasulka, Jan Sutcliffe, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/25Conversation.pdf "Conversation"], [16 Oct 1977], 30 pp, transcript.
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* [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/35MortonWoody.pdf "Conversation with Woody Vasulka and Phil Morton"], [20 Nov 1977], 33 pp, transcript. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/13MortonWoody.pdf]
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* [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/30BurrisPolidori.pdf "Conversation with Woody and Steina, Burris and Robert Polidori"], [21 Dec 1977], 72 pp, transcript.
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* Woody Vasulka, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/65/Hearn-Vasulka.pdf Bill Hearn Interview], [1977-1978], [35] pp, transcript.
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* George Chaikin, Kenneth Kahn, Marvin Minsky, Stephen Smoliar, Woody Vasulka, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/ArtIntellConference/ArtificialInteligenceCon.pdf "Artificial Intelligence in the Arts"], [23 Oct 1977], [59] pp, transcript. Panel discussion.
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* [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/24RobWoodySteinaJon.pdf "Robert Polidori, Woody, Steina, Jon"], [12 Feb 1978], 26 pp, transcript.
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* Woody Vasulka, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/70/SweeneyVasulka.pdf "Skip Sweeney Interview"], San Francisco, [2 Jul 1978], 22 pp, transcript. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/71/SweeneyWoody.pdf "Excerpts from an Interview of Skip Sweeney"].
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* Linda Cathcart, "Steina Vasulka" [Aug 1978], in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_KNOX.pdf Vasulka, Steina: Machine Vision, Woody: Description]'', ed. Linda Cathcart, Buffalo, NY: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1978, pp 21-27. Biography with interview excerpts. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/51CathcartSteina.pdf Transcript].
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* Linda Cathcart, "Woody Vasulka" [Aug 1978], in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_KNOX.pdf Vasulka, Steina: Machine Vision, Woody: Description]'', ed. Linda Cathcart, Buffalo, NY: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1978, pp 28-34. Biography with interview excerpts. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/2CathcartWoody.pdf Transcript].
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* Charles Hagen, "A Syntax of Binary Images: An Interview with Woody Vasulka", ''Afterimage'' 6:1-2, Summer 1978, pp 20-31; repr. in ''Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990'', eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 420-441; repr. in ''Mémoires vives: From Nam June Paik to Sliders_Lab'', ed. Jean-Marie Dallet, Tielt: Lannoo, 2019, pp 148-171.
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** "Syntax binárních obrazů", ''Iluminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 159-178. {{cz}}
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* Robert A. Haller, [https://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/docnum.php?NumEnregDoc=d00019112&IndexPage=460 "Interview with Steina"] [28 Oct 1980] (program notes for the series ''Video Art Review''), New York: Anthology Film Archives, and Electronic Arts Intermix, Mar 1981; repr. in ''Video Texts'', New York: Anthology Film Archives, 1983, pp 14-15; repr. in ''Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990'', eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008.
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** "Entretien avec Steina", trans. Dominique Willoughby, in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Videastes.pdf Steina et Woody Vasulka: Vidéastes: 1969-1984]'', 2nd ed., rev. & corr., ed. Dominique Willoughby, Paris: Ciné-MBXA/Cinédoc, 1984, pp 23-25. {{fr}}
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* Gene Youngblood, "Interview with the Vasulkas" [c.1981], in ''Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990'', eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 442-455. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/15MaLinJackieVasulkas.pdf Manuscript].
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* Ken Ausubel, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/SantaFeReporter/InfiniteComplexity.pdf "An Instrument of Infinite Complexity"], ''Santa Fe Reporter'', Santa Fe, NM, 9 Mar 1983, pp 19-20; exp. as [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-30d/NewsReview(5052).pdf#page=3 "Woody Vasulka: Experimenting With Visual Alternatives"], ''News & Review'', 11 May 1983, pp 8-9, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/FormattedInterviews/1Ausubel1.pdf PDF]. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/1AusubelVasulka.pdf Transcript].
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** "Entretien avec Woody", trans. Pierre Girard, Patrick de Haas, and Dominique Willoughby, in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Videastes.pdf Steina et Woody Vasulka: Vidéastes: 1969-1984]'', 2nd ed., rev. & corr., ed. Dominique Willoughby, Paris: Ciné-MBXA/Cinédoc, 1984, pp 27-32. {{fr}}
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* Woody Vasulka, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Vasulkas2/Symposium-Lecture/vasulkas/SymLectureVasulkas.pdf#page=2 "Vizuelna alternativa"], ''Omladinske Novine'', Belgrade, 16 Oct 1983. {{sr}}
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* Steina, Woody Vasulka, [Studios], Santa Fe, NM, [10 May 1984], manuscript.
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* MaLin Wilson, "Interview with Steina", in ''Scapes of Paradoxy: The Southwest and Iceland'' (exh. brochure), Albuquerque, NM: Jonson Gallery, University of New Mexico, 1986.
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* Steina, Peter Weibel, Woody Vasulka, Gene Youngblood, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/81/VasulkasWeibelYoungblood.pdf "Santa Fe Talks"], [12 Jul 1987], 73 pp, transcript.
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* Marita Sturken, JoAnn Hanley, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/29SturkenHanleyVasulka.pdf "Interview with Steina and Woody Vasulka"], [24 Jul 1987], 57 pp, transcript.
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* "Special Discussion: Woody & Steina Vasulka plus Nobuhiro Kawanaka", in ''Experimental Film/Video: Tokyo'', Tokyo: Image Forum Festival, 1988, p 16.
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* Michael Goldberg, "A Place in History for Video Art: A Discussion with Steina and Woody Vasulka", ''Video Com Magazine'' 45, Mar 1988, pp 174-175. {{jp}}
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* [Woody Vasulka], [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/61/BuchlaTranscription.pdf Don Buchla Interview], [Dec 1991], transcript.
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* Woody Vasulka, [http://vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/74/Siegel.pdf "Eric Siegel Interview"], [21 Jan 1992], transcript.
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* David Dunn, Woody Vasulka, [http://vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/73BeckDunnVasulka.pdf "Interview with Steve Beck"], [22 Jan 1992], transcript.
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* David Dunn, Woody Vasulka, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/62/HarrisonDunnVasulka.pdf "Harrison Interview"], [2 Mar 1992], transcript.
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* Woody Vasulka, Steina, Ann, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/72/Tenney,James.pdf James Tenney Interview], n.d., [8] pp, transcript.
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* Woody Vasulka, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/59/SandinVasulka.pdf Dan Sandin Interview], n.d., 28 pp, transcript. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Artists5/Sandin-Vasulka/conversation.pdf]. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/68/sandin.pdf Excerpt].
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* Gregg Weiss, Melody Sumner, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/5-9/Crosswinds(5162).pdf "Articulate Tinkerers: Steina and Woody Vasulka"], ''Crosswinds'', Nov 1992, pp 20-22. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/6/WeissSumnerSteina.pdf Transcript] (Steina), [https://vasulkakitchen.org/sites/default/files/document/12sumnerwoody.pdf Transcript] (Woody).
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* Woody and Steina Vasulka, Don Foresta, Christiane Carlut, [http://vasulka.org/Kitchen/essays_carlut/K_CarlutConversation_01.html "A Conversation"], Paris, [5 Dec 1992]; printed as "A Conversation between Steina and Woody Vasulka, Don Foresta and Christiane Carlut", in ''Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990'', eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 498-507. [http://vasulka.org/Kitchen/K_Essays.html]
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* Melody Sumner, Steina Vasulka, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-30b/Siksi(8034).pdf "Installations & Matrixes"] [Dec 1992], ''FIKFI – Nordic Art Review'' 3, 1993. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/RightsIntrvwInstitMediaPolicies/IntrvwInstitKaldron/7/InstallationsMatrixes.pdf Manuscript].
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* Ladislav Vencálek, "Potřebujeme umění, abychom neuvízli v pasti současného digitálního světa: Rozhovor s Woodym Vasulkou", ''Svobodné slovo'' 87:132, 1995. {{cz}}
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* Chris Hill, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Contributors/ChrisHill/InterviewSteina.pdf "Steina Interview"], [May 1995], [17] pp, transcript.
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* Chris Hill, "Interview with Woody Vasulka", ''The Squealer'', Summer 1995; repr. in ''Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990'', eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, MIT Press, 2008. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Contributors/ChrisHill/InterviewWoodyVasulka.pdf Transcript?].
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* Melody Sumner-Carnahan, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Vasulkas3/Installations/TheatreHA/WrittenMaterial/Speaking.pdf "Woody Vasulka Speaking about Video, Film, and New Czech Art"], Santa Fe, NM, [29 Aug 1995], 10 pp, transcript.
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* David Sears Matters, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/27ElPalacio.pdf "Vasulka Interview"], [29 Jul 1996], [14] pp, transcript.
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* Erkki Huhtamo, "An Interview with Woody Vasulka at his Santa Fe, N.M. Studio, 2 March 1998", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Woody/Brotherhood/PDFs/Cat_Brotherhood.pdf Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood: A Series of Six Interactive Media Constructions]'', ed. Ronald Christ, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, pp 30-33, 44-45, 56-59, 68-69, 78, 81, 96-99. {{jp}}/{{en}}
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** "Rozhovor s Woodym Vasulkou. Druhého března 1998, v jeho ateliéru v Santa Fe v Novém Mexiku", trans. Jakub Kučera, ''Iluminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 179-187. {{cz}}
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* Chris Meigh-Andrews, [https://www.meigh-andrews.com/writings/interviews/woody-steina-vasulka "Woody & Steina Vasulka], Santa Fe, NM, [5 Sep 2000], transcript.
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* Miloš Vojtěchovský, [https://www.mixcloud.com/milosvojtechovsky/woody-vasulka-interview-%C4%8D1-praha-2003/ "Rozhovor s Woody Bohuslavem Vašulkou"], [https://www.mixcloud.com/milosvojtechovsky/woody-va%C5%A1ulka-interview-%C4%8D2-praha-2003/ Part 2], ''Rádio Jelení'', 2003, 40+43 min. Audio. {{cz}}
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* "Virtuální houbaření Steiny a Woodyho Vasulkových", ''Film a doba'' 52:4, Prague: Orbis, 2006. {{cz}}
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* "Orbits of Fortune with Steina and Gene Youngblood", in ''Steina: 1970-2000'', Santa Fe, NM: SITE, 2008, pp 21-48.
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* Martin Blažíček, "Sitney - Vasulka: Obraz videa je tak nepříjemně čistý", ''Cinepur'' 61, Prague, Jan 2009. {{cz}}
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* Petr Vrána, Woody Vasulka, [https://vasulkakitchen.org/sites/default/files/document/vasulka2012filmdoba2012vrana.pdf "John Lennon a Andy Warhol si v jeho 'kuchyni' podávali dveře"], ''Film a doba'', 2012, pp 31-35. [http://petrvrana.eu/john-lennon-a-andy-warhol-si-v-jeho-kuchyni-podavali-dvere/] {{cz}}
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* Vilém Faltýnek, [https://www.memoryofnations.eu/en/vasulka-woody-1937 "Dr. Woody Vasulka"], ''Memory of Nations'', Oct 2015. Oral history interview, audio and summary in Czech, English summary. Full audio available upon free registration. {{cz}},{{en}}
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==Literature==
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''The following bibliography has been derived from exhibition catalogues, [[Media:Dolanova_Lenka 2011 Dialog s demony nastroju Steina a Woody Vasulkovi Biblio filmo videografie vyber.pdf|Dolanová 2011]] and the [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/sitemap.html Vasulka.org archives].''
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===Monographs===
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*{{a|Dolanova2011}}Lenka Dolanová, ''Dialog s démony nástrojů. Steina a Woody Vasulkovi'', Prague: Nakladatelství Akademie múzických umění, and Jihlava: Mezinárodní festival dokumentárních filmů Jihlava, 2011, 208 pp. Chapters: [https://namu.cz/files/2014-04/140408110932.pdf Co to tam vařili?] (pp 67-70),[[Media:Dolanova_Lenka_2011_Image_Processing_Wave_the_Signal_Is_Coming.pdf|Image Processing: Wave, the Signal Is Coming]] (pp 81-93), [[Media:Dolanova_Lenka_2011_Audiovizualni_synteza.pdf|Audiovizuální syntéza]] (pp 95-110), [[Media:Dolanova_Lenka_2011_Buffalo_1973-1979.pdf|Buffalo: 1973-1979]] (pp 111-130), [[Media:Dolanova_Lenka_2011_Santa_Fe_prostredi_pro_kontemplaci.pdf|Santa Fe: prostředí pro kontemplaci]] (pp 147-176), [[Media:Dolanova_Lenka 2011 Dialog s demony nastroju Steina a Woody Vasulkovi Biblio filmo videografie vyber.pdf|Biblio- filmo- videografie (výběr)]] (pp 193-208). [https://namu.cz/dialog-s-demony-nastroju-steina-a-woody-vasulkovi Publisher]. Based on PhD dissertation (2009). {{cz}}
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** ''A Dialogue with the Demons of the Tools: Steina and Woody Vašulka'', Brno: Vasulka Kitchen Brno, 2022. [https://www.vasulkakitchen.org/en/book-launch-lenka-dolanova-a-dialogue-with-the-demons-of-the-tools-steina-and-woody-vasulka Book launch]. {{en}}
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===Essays, book chapters, reviews===
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* David L. Shirey, [http://www.eai.org/supporting-documents/235/w.1223.0 "Video Art Turns to Abstract Imagery"], ''New York Times'', 4 Jul 1972, p 6. Review of the Video Festival, organised by the Vasulkas, which was held at The Kitchen in July 1972.
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* Hollis Melton, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/FormattedPublications/AFF73.pdf "Who's Who in Film Making Video: The Vasulkas"], ''Sight Line'', New York, Jan/Feb 1973, pp 16-18.
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* Jud Yalkut, "Woody and Steina Vasulka: The Vocabulary of Electronic Image", [1973], manuscript.
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* Amy Greenfield, [http://vasulka.org/archive/4-20b/FieldofVision(1021).pdf "Three Video Artists: Al Robbins, Wendy Clarke, and Steina Vasulka"], ''Field of Vision'' 5, Winter 1978/1979, pp 18-26. Exh. review. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Kitchen/KBL4/KBL4.pdf]
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* John Minkowsky, [http://experimentaltvcenter.org/sites/default/files/history/pdf/minkowskiyasulka_2723.pdf "Some Notes on Vasulka Video - 1973-1974"], in ''The Moving Image Statewide: 13 Tapes by 8 Videomakers'' (program notes), New York: SUNY, 1978.
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** "Několik poznámek k videu Vasulkových v letech 1973-1974", ''Iluminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 31-39. [https://www.iluminace.cz/index.php/cz/article?id=158] {{cz}}
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* Ludwig Wintzenburg, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-30d/NRZ(5045).pdf "Räume im Spiegel-Bild. Steina and Woody Vasulka zeigen Video-Entwicklungen"], ''NRZ'', Essen, 9 Nov 1979. Exh. review. {{de}}
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* Jean-Paul Fargier, "Buffalo ou la Video a l'Heure des Vasulkas", ''Cahiers du Cinema'', Paris, Mar 1980, p 15. {{fr}}
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* Peter Kobel, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/AlbuquerqueJournal/ArtistsStudio.pdf "Artists' Studio Achieves Look Of Science Lab"], ''Albuquerque Journal'', Santa Fe, NM, 15 Mar 1981.
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* MaLin Wilson, Jackie Melega, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-20a/Artlines(5056).pdf "Woody and Steina Vasulka: From Feedback to Paganini"], ''ArtLines'', Taos, NM, May 1981, pp 8-10.
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* Robert Haller, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Vasulkas3/Video/Commission/WrittenMaterial/CameraEye.pdf "Camera Eye: The Vasulkas"], ''American Film'', Washington, DC, Dec 1981, pp 27-30. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/FormattedPublications/XVHALLER.pdf Transcript].
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* Frank Dietrich, Zsuzsa Molnar, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/FormattedPublications/SVSCAN.pdf "Steina's Visual Artifacts"], ''Scan'' 5:1, Chicago, Jan-Feb 1982.
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* Mary Pat Flaherty, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/PittsburghPress/KineticSculpture.pdf "''Allvision'' A Kinetic Sculpture with Circular Viewpoint"], ''Pittsburgh Press'', 23 Dec 1982.
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* Jean-Paul Fargier, "Vasulka Video", ''Liberation'', Paris, 24 Feb 1982. {{fr}}
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* Olivier Salvatori, "Extremistes technologiques", ''Liberation'', Paris, 25 Feb 1982. {{fr}}
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* Marta Perez Yarra, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-30d/LaVoz(8011).pdf "Woody Vasulka: un radical de la imagen], ''La Voz'', San Sebastian, 21 Sep 1983, p 23. {{es}}
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* Lucinda Furlong, [[Media:Furlong_Lucinda_1983_Notes Towards a History of Image-processed Video Steina and Woody Vasulka.pdf|"Notes Towards a History of Image-processed Video: Steina and Woody Vasulka"]], ''Afterimage'', Dec 1983, pp 12-17, [http://vasulka.org/Kitchen/essays_furlong/K_Furlong_01.html HTML]; repr. in ''Mémoires vives: From Nam June Paik to Sliders_Lab'', ed. Jean-Marie Dallet, Tielt: Lannoo, 2019, pp 56-73.
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** "Du signal video au traitement d'images digitales", trans. Isabelle Delord and Dominique Willoughby, in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Videastes.pdf Steina et Woody Vasulka: Vidéastes: 1969-1984]'', 2nd ed., rev. & corr., ed. Dominique Willoughby, Paris: Ciné-MBXA/Cinédoc, 1984, pp 33-47. {{fr}}
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* Guy Fihman, Claudine Eizykman, "Trames Entrecroisees. Remarques sur la culture artistique des technologies de l'image electronique dans l'oeuvre de Steina et Woody Vasulka", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Videastes.pdf Steina et Woody Vasulka: Vidéastes: 1969-1984]'', 2nd ed., rev. & corr., ed. Dominique Willoughby, Paris: Ciné-MBXA/Cinédoc, 1984, pp 7-10. {{fr}}
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* Marita Sturken, [[Media:Sturken Marita 1984 TV as a Creative Medium Howard Wise and Video Art.pdf|"TV as a Creative Medium: Howard Wise and Video Art"]], ''Afterimage'' 11:10, May 1984, pp 5-9, [http://vasulka.org/Kitchen/essays_sturken/K_SturkenWise_01.html HTML].
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* Bernard Degroote, "Vasulka: The Commission. Pour un formalisme expressioniste", ''Vidéodoc'' 69, Brussels, Apr 1984, pp 14-19. {{fr}}
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* Pierre Bongiovanni, Jean Marie Duhard, Jean-Paul Fargier, "Hommage a Steina et Woody Vasulka", in ''2e Manifestation Internationale de Video'', Montbeliard: Manifestation Internationale de Video, 1984, pp 244-251. {{fr}}
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* Charles Hagen, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-30d/ArtFor(1009).pdf "Breaking the Box: The Electronic Operas of Robert Ashley and Woody Vasulka"], ''Artforum'' 23:7, Mar 1985, pp 54-59.
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* Robert Haller, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Vasulkas3/Video/SummerSalt/FieldOfVision.pdf#page=2 "Steina and Ptolemy"], ''Field of Vision'' 13, Spring 1985, p 15.
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* Amy Greenfield, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Vasulkas3/Video/SummerSalt/Greenfield.pdf "Steina’s ''Somersault''"], ''Field of Vision'' 13, Spring 1985, pp 15-16. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Vasulkas3/Video/SummerSalt/FieldOfVision.pdf#page=2]
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* Lucinda Furlong, [[Media:Furlong Lucinda 1985 Tracking Video Art Image Processing as a Genre.pdf|"Tracking Video Art: ‘Image Processing’ as a Genre"]], ''Art Journal'' 45, Fall 1985, pp 233-237.
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* Jean-Paul Fargier, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Writings/zero_un.pdf "Steina et Woody Vasulka: Zéro un"], ''Où va la vidéo?'', ed. Jean-Paul Fargier, Paris: Cahiers du cinéma/Editions de l'Etoile, 1986, pp 76-82. {{fr}}
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* Frank Dietrich, [http://dam.org/essays/dietrich-thought-experiments-1987 "The Computer: A Tool for Thought-Experiments"], ''Leonardo'' 19:2, 1986, pp 159-169.
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* Roy Durfee, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Artists2/Durfee,Roy/Video.pdf "Vid.e.o (vid'e-o-), n."], ''Route Sixty Six'', Albuquerque, NM, Jul/Aug 1987, p 33.
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* John Conomos, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Vasulkas3/Video/ArtOfMemory/WrittenMaterial/Photofile.pdf "The Art of Memory"], ''Photofile'' 6:4, Paddington, AU, Summer 1988/1989, pp 3-5.
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* Gene Youngblood, "Cinema and the Code", ''Computer Art in Context: SIGGRAPH 89'' (exh.cat., supplement to ''Leonardo''), eds. Marc Resch and Pamela Grant-Ryan, Pergamon Press, 1989, pp 27-30; [https://monoskop.org/images/0/0f/Steina_e_Woody_Vasulka_Video_Media_e_Nuove_Immagini_nell_Arte_Contemporanea_1995.pdf#page=48 repr. in] ''Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, 48-58; [[Media:Youngblood_Gene 1989 2003 Cinema and the Code.pdf|repr. in]] ''Future Cinema: The Cinematographic Imagery after Film'', eds. Jeffrey Shaw and Peter Weibel, MIT Press, 2003, pp 156-161. [http://s3.amazonaws.com/arena-attachments/229193/a45e0936743736a56efe7098cd3cc2cd.pdf?1397666932 Manuscript].
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** [https://monoskop.org/images/0/0f/Steina_e_Woody_Vasulka_Video_Media_e_Nuove_Immagini_nell_Arte_Contemporanea_1995.pdf#page=46 "Il cinema e l’immagine numerica"], in ''Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 45-59. {{it}}
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* Raymond Bellour, "Les images du monde", in ''3e Semaine International de Video'', Geneva: St. Gervais Geneve, 1989, pp 44-56. {{fr}}
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** "The Images of the World", in ''Resolutions: Contemporary Video Practices'', eds. Michael Renov and Erika Suderburg, University of Minnesota Press, 1995. [https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/resolutions]
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* Roy Durfee, "Les risques nécessaires", in ''3e Semaine International de Video'', Geneva: St. Gervais Geneve, 1989, pp 39-43. {{fr}}
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** [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Artists2/Durfee,Roy/NecessaryRisk.pdf#page=2 "Necessary Risk: The Vasulka Retrospective"], ''Scan'' 3, Nov 1990, pp 17-21.
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* Peter Callas, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Vasulkas3/Video/ElevatorGirls/Traversals.pdf "In the Land of Elevator Girls"], in ''Traversals: Instructions to the Double'', Long Beach, CA: Long Reach Museum of Art, 1990, p 13. Catalogue text.
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* Liz Rymland, "Three Tapes by Steina", in ''Illuminating Video: An Essential Guide to Video Art'', eds. Doug Hall and Sally Jo Fifer, New York: Aperture, 1990, pp 471-475, [https://openlibrary.org/books/OL1641153M/ OL].
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* Gene Youngblood, [[Media:Steina_and_Woody_Vasulka_Denver_Art_Museum_1992.pdf|"Video by Steina and Woody Vasulka"]], in ''Steina & Woody Vasulka'', Denver: Denver Art Museum, 1992.
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* Ben Portis, [http://www.vasulka.org/Kitchen/CommentsSummary.html "The Vasulkas and The Kitchen"], EAI History Project, Jan 1992.
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* Robert Ashley, [http://www.vasulka.org/Kitchen/CommentsSummary.html "Beginning of a Movement"], in ''The Kitchen Turns Twenty: A Retrospective Anthology'', ed. Lee Morrisey, New York: The Kitchen, 1992, pp 99-100.
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* Wolfgang Preikschat, "The Vasulkas: Vom Video-Feedback zur hybriden Interaktion", ''Kunstforum International'' 117, 1992, pp 184-193. [https://www.kunstforum.de/artikel/the-vasulkas/] {{de}}
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* Wolfgang Preikschat, "Die Vasulkas", in ''Technology'', ed. Leigh Landy, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1992, pp 67-78. [https://books.google.com/books?id=lGS-jIiIVw0C&pg=PA67] {{de}}
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* Radek Pilař, "Steina a Woody Vasulka – objevitelé nových světů", ''Videorevue'' 2:2, 1993. {{cz}}
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* Gene Youngblood, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-30d/CCA(8003).pdf#page=2 "Steina Vasulka: The Electronic Sublime"], in ''Steina Vasulka: Four Video Installations'', Santa Fe, NM: Center for Contemporary Arts, 1995.
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* Peter Weibel, "Steina und Woody Vasulka: Meister des Codes", in ''Siemens Medienkunstpreis'', Karlsruhe: ZKM Center for Art and Media, 1995, pp 76ff. [https://zkm.de/en/publication/siemens-medienkunstpreis-1995] {{de}}
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** "Masters of the Code", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 62-71.
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** "Maestri del Codice", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 60-71. {{it}}
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** "Vládci kódů", ''Iluminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 41-47. {{cz}}
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* Marita Sturken, "Exploring the Phenomenology of the Electronic Image", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 26-43.
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** "Esplorando la fenomenologia dell'immagine elettronica", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 24-43. {{it}}
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* Mona Sarkis, "Perspective and the Media: A Conversation in Europe", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 74-85.
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** "La prospettiva e i media: una conversazione in Europa", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 72-85. {{it}}
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* Achille Bonito Oliva, "Strategie dell’Arte surgelare un Tempo Migliore (dedicato ai Vasulka)", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 86-92. {{it}}
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** "Strategies of Art freeze the good Times of the Past (dedicated to the Vasulkas)", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_Italian.pdf Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea]'', ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 88-92.
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* Marita Sturken, "Steina and Woody Vasulka: In Dialogue with the Machine", in ''[http://vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_MachineMedia.pdf Steina and Woody Vasulka. Machine Media]'', ed. Marita Sturken, San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), 1996, pp 35-48.
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* Maureen Turim, Scott Nygren, "Reading the Tools, Writing the Image", in ''[http://vasulka.org/Catalogues/PDFs/Cat_MachineMedia.pdf Steina and Woody Vasulka. Machine Media]'', ed. Marita Sturken, San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), 1996, pp 49-64. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/17TurimNygren.pdf Manuscript].
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** "Číst nástroje, psát obraz", ''Iluminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 49-70. {{cz}}
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* Jolene Thym, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/Cue/MediaAndMen.pdf "Of Media and Men: Woody and Steina Vasulka Use Video Art and War Technology to Explore the Environment"], ''Cue'', Feb 1996. Exh. review.
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* Gene Youngblood, [https://monoskop.org/images/8/8a/Tonlist_a_fjolskjam_video_innsetningar_Steinu_Vasulka_1996.pdf#page=14 "Multiscreen Music: The Video Installations of Steina Vasulka"], in ''Tónlist á fjölskjám: video innsetningar Steinu Vasulka'', Reykjavík: Kjarvalsstaðir: Listasafn Reykjavíkur, 1996, pp 15-21. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Vasulkas3/Installations/GeneralDescriptions/MultiscreenMusic.pdf Manuscript (c.1991)].
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** [https://monoskop.org/images/8/8a/Tonlist_a_fjolskjam_video_innsetningar_Steinu_Vasulka_1996.pdf#page=6 "Tónlist á fjölskjám: videoinnsetningar Steinu Vasulka"], in ''Tónlist á fjölskjám: video innsetningar Steinu Vasulka'', Reykjavík: Kjarvalsstaðir: Listasafn Reykjavíkur, 1996, pp 7-13. {{is}}
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* MaLin Wilson, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/AlbuquerqueJournal/MachineMedia.pdf "Video Exhibit Shows Artists' Paths Diverging"], ''Albuquerque Journal'', 31 Oct 1996. Exh. review.
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* Laura McGough, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/Sculpture/MachineFuture.pdf "Women Artists Are Exploring and Redefining Technology's Role in Society and in Art], ''Sculpture'', Jul/Aug 1996, pp 18-23.
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* Matthew Drutt, [https://archive.org/details/mediascape00klot/page/n50/mode/1up "Borealis, 1993"], in ''Mediascape'', New York: Guggenheim Museum, and Karlsruhe: ZKM, 1996, pp 50, 54. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-20b/Mediascape(8024).pdf]
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* Ursula Frohne, [https://archive.org/details/mediascape00klot/page/n55/mode/1up "Borealis, 1993"], in ''Mediascape'', New York: Guggenheim Museum, and Karlsruhe: ZKM, 1996, p 54. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/4-20b/Mediascape(8024).pdf] [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Vasulkas3/Installations/Borealis/WrittenMaterial/MediaScape.pdf]
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* Mona Sarkis, "The Vasulkas Non-Centric but Holistic Space", in ''Woody & Steina Vasulka: A Retrospective'', Rome, 1996, pp 87-90.
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* Jacqueline Oskamp, [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Publications/Volkskrant/Volkskrant.pdf "Zelfs in vuilnis vind je bruikbare chips"], ''Volkskrant'', 4 Dec 1996. {{nl}}
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* Mona Sarkis, "Woody & Steina Vasulka", in Sarkis, ''Blick, Stimme und (k)ein Körper. Der Einsatz elektronischer Medien im Theater und in interaktiven Installationen'', Stuttgart: M&P, 1997, pp 201-222. [https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/bfm%3A978-3-476-04270-5%2F1.pdf] [https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-476-04270-5] {{de}}
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* Aline Brandauer, "Contrapuntal Art", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Woody/Brotherhood/PDFs/Cat_Brotherhood.pdf Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood: A Series of Six Interactive Media Constructions]'', ed. Ronald Christ, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, pp 10-13. {{jp}}/{{en}}
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* David Masler, "Turning the Tables", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Woody/Brotherhood/PDFs/Cat_Brotherhood.pdf Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood: A Series of Six Interactive Media Constructions]'', ed. Ronald Christ, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, pp 14-17. {{jp}}/{{en}}
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* David Sears Mather, "The Compositional Networks of Woody Vasulka", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Woody/Brotherhood/PDFs/Cat_Brotherhood.pdf Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood: A Series of Six Interactive Media Constructions]'', ed. Ronald Christ, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, pp 18ff. {{jp}}/{{en}}
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* Dennis L. Dollens, "Vasulka Machines", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Woody/Brotherhood/PDFs/Cat_Brotherhood.pdf Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood: A Series of Six Interactive Media Constructions]'', ed. Ronald Christ, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, pp 26ff. {{jp}}/{{en}}
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* Roy Durfee, "Intermedia", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Woody/Brotherhood/PDFs/Cat_Brotherhood.pdf Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood: A Series of Six Interactive Media Constructions]'', ed. Ronald Christ, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, pp 34ff. {{jp}}/{{en}}
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* Russ Gritzo, "The Evolution of the Soul of the Machine: Thoughts on the Software of the Vasulka Systems", in ''[http://www.vasulka.org/Woody/Brotherhood/PDFs/Cat_Brotherhood.pdf Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood: A Series of Six Interactive Media Constructions]'', ed. Ronald Christ, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, pp 112-115. {{jp}}/{{en}}
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* Ruth Lopez, [https://www.nytimes.com/1998/07/26/arts/art-art-that-s-alive-with-the-meanings-of-military-junk.html "Art That's Alive With the Meanings of Military Junk"], ''New York Times'', 26 Jul 1998.
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* Gene Youngblood, [https://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/page.php?NumPage=179 "A Meditation on the Vasulka Archive"], Daniel Langlois Foundation, 2000.
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** [https://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/f/page.php?NumPage=179 "Une méditation sur les archives Vasulka"], Daniel Langlois Foundation, 2000. {{fr}}
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* Per Platou, [http://www.perplatou.net/text/2001%20N%20Billedkunst%20Vasulka%20-%20Audio-visuelle%20fikseringer.pdf "Vasulka - Audio-visuelle fikseringer"], ''Kulturnett.no'', 21 Jun 2001. {{no}}
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* Miloš Vojtěchovský, [https://vasulkakitchen.org/sites/default/files/document/vasulka2002_vojtechdef.pdf "Woody Vasulka a utopie autonomního díla"], [2002]. {{cz}}
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** [https://www.vasulkakitchen.org/sites/default/files/document/2002vasulka_vojtech1.pdf "Woody Vasulka: The Utopia of an Autonomous World and Autonomous Work"], in ''Lanterna magika: nouvelles technologies dans l’art tchèque du XXe siècle / New Technologies in Czech Art of the 20th Century'', eds. Camille Morineau and Vít Havránek, Prague: KANT, and Paris: Espace Electra, 2002. {{en}}
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** "Woody Vasulka: l'utopie d'un monde autonome et d'un travail autonome", in ''Lanterna magika: nouvelles technologies dans l’art tchèque du XXe siècle / New Technologies in Czech Art of the 20th Century'', eds. Camille Morineau and Vít Havránek, Prague: KANT, and Paris: Espace Electra, 2002. {{fr}}
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* Dennis Dollens, "Woody Vasulka", in Dollens, ''De lo digital a lo analógico'', Barcelona: Gili, 2002. {{es}}
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* Robert Haller, "Steina and Woody Vasulka", in ''Future Cinema: The Cinematographic Imagery after Film'', eds. Jeffrey Shaw and Peter Weibel, MIT Press, 2003.
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* Yvonne Spielmann, [https://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/page.php?NumPage=461 "Video and Computer: The Aesthetics of Steina and Woody Vasulka"], Daniel Langlois Foundation, 2004, [https://www.fondation-langlois.org/media/activites/vasulka/Spielmann_EN.pdf PDF].
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** [https://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/f/page.php?NumPage=461 "La vidéo et l'ordinateur. L'esthétique de Steina et Woody Vasulka"], Daniel Langlois Foundation, 2004. {{fr}}
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** "Video a počítač. Estetika Steiny a Woodyho Vasulkových", ''Iluminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 71-86. Partial trans. {{cz}}
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* ''Iluminace'' 18(2): "Woody Vasulka and the Czech Art Tradition of Electronic Image", ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006. With DVD ''Virtuální houbaření / Virtual Mushrooming''. [https://www.iluminace.cz/JOOMLA/images/stories/obsahy/editorial_02_06.pdf Editorial]. [https://www.iluminace.cz/index.php/cz/article?id=158] [http://www.iluminace.cz/index.php/en/article?id=159]. Review: [https://www.advojka.cz/archiv/2006/47/virtualni-houbar-woody-vasulka Havránková] (A2). {{cz}}
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* Gerald O'Grady, [Woody Vasulka's Spherical Knowledge. From Pinhole Camera to Pinball Machine], n.d.
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** "Sférické poznání Woodyho Vasulky. Od dírkové kamery k otvorům v pinballu", trans. Ivan Vomáčka, ''Iluminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 9-30. {{cz}}
  
==Bibliography==
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* Vít Janeček, "A my jsme byli modernisti. Moravské a české počátky Woodyho Vasulky", ''Iluminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 87-102. {{cz}}
* David Dunn (ed.), [http://www.vasulka.org/Kitchen/PDF_Eigenwelt/Eigenwelt.htm Eigenwelt Der Apparatewelt – Pioneers of Electronic Art], Santa Fe: The Vasulkas, 1992. Published on the occasion of the exhibition “Eigenwelt der Apparatewelt. Pionere der elektronischen Kunst”, held on June 22 – July 5, 1992, Ars Electronica, Linz.
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* Steina and Woody Vasulka, ''Machine Media'', San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1996. 80 pages.
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* Lenka Dolanová, "Co to tam vařili? Kuchaři, jejich Kitchen a chuť čerstvého videa", ''Iluminace'' 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 103-131. {{cz}}
* [http://www.iluminace.cz/JOOMLA/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=39&Itemid=26 ''Iluminace''] 2/2006. Special issue: "Woody Vasulka and the Czech Art Tradition of Electronic Image". [http://www.iluminace.cz/JOOMLA/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=39&Itemid=26]
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* [http://www.vivid.org.uk/projects.php?work=12 ''Vasulka Lab 1969-2005''], Birmingham: VIVID, 2006. Features the Vasulkas in conversation with Don Foresta, essays by Chris Meigh-Andrews and Yasmeen Baig-Clifford. [http://monoskop.multiplace.org/log/?p=43]
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* Jean Gagnon, [https://sci-hub.se/10.1080/00043249.2006.10791216 "'A demo tape on how to play the violin'"], ''Art Journal'' 65(3): "Forty Years of Video Art", ed. Yvonne Spielmann, Fall 2006, pp 70-81.
* Lenka Dolanová, [http://www.namu.cz/item.php?item=205 ''Dialog s démony nástrojů - Steina a Woody Vasulkovi''], Prague: Nakladatelství Akademie múzických umění / Mezinárodní festival dokumentárních filmů Jihlava, 2011. 208 pages.
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* [http://www.vasulka.org/Catalogues/Cat_index.html Exhibition catalogues] at Vasulka.org in PDF.
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* Chris Meigh-Andrews, "Vasulka Tapes", in ''Vasulka Lab 1969-2005: Live Archive'', ed. Yasmeen Baig-Clifford, Birmingham: Vivid, 2006. [https://www.meigh-andrews.com/books/book-chapters]
* [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/ PDF archive] at Vasulka.org
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* Chris Meigh-Andrews, "The Vasulkas: Dialoguing with Tools", in Meigh-Andrews, ''A History of Video Art'', Berg, 2006; [https://s3.amazonaws.com/arena-attachments/2890527/7c8c13ce611e6e973e5d8eac7317ceee.pdf#page=165 2nd ed.], Bloomsbury, 2014, pp 148-155.
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* David Stout, [https://vasulkakitchen.org/sites/default/files/document/analog_video_digital_antecedent_-_the_pi.pdf "Analog Video / Digital Antecedent: The Pioneering Work of Woody Vasulka and Steina"], 2007.
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* Steve Dietz, "Steina: A Machine in the Garden", in ''Steina: 1970-2000'', Santa Fe, NM: SITE, 2008, pp 13-20.
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* Yvonne Spielmann, "Conceptual Synchronicity: Intermedial Encounters between Film, Video and Computer", in ''[http://monoskop.org/log/?p=16444 Expanded Cinema: Art, Performance, Film]'', eds. A. L. Rees, Duncan White, Steven Ball and David Curtis, London: Tate Publishing, 2011, pp 194-201; [https://aim.org.pt/ojs/index.php/revista/article/view/125 exp. version], ''Aniki'' 2(1): "Cinema Expandido", ed. Susana Viegas, Feb 2015, pp 8-20.
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* Susanne Jaschko, [http://www.sujaschko.de/downloads/378/temproralandspatialdes "The Temporal and Spatial Design of Video and Film-based Installation Art in the 60s and 70s: Their Inherent Perception Processes and Effects on the Perceivers’’ Actions"], in ''The Mobile Audience: Media Art and Mobile Technologies'', ed. Martin Rieser, Rodopi, 2011, pp 39-54. [http://www.sujaschko.de/en/research/pr1/spatial.html] [https://doi.org/10.1163/9789042031289_005]
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* Arnold Dreyblatt, [https://monoskop.org/images/9/92/Woody_Bohuslav_Vasulka_doctor_honoris_causa_2011.pdf#page=24 "The Vasulkas"], in ''Woody Bohuslav Vašulka, doctor honoris causa'', Prague: Akademie múzických umění v Praze, 2011, pp 23-26.
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** [https://monoskop.org/images/9/92/Woody_Bohuslav_Vasulka_doctor_honoris_causa_2011.pdf#page=16 "The Vasulkas"], in ''Woody Bohuslav Vašulka, doctor honoris causa'', Prague: Akademie múzických umění v Praze, 2011, pp 15-21. {{cz}}
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* Yann Beauvais, [https://yannbeauvais.com/?p=1102 "Steina et Woody Vasulka: le son de l’image"], 2014. {{fr}}
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* Joey Heinen, ''[https://www.nyu.edu/tisch/preservation/program/student_work/2014spring/14s_3490_JoeyH_final.pdf Archiving "The Brotherhood": Proposing a Technical Genealogy for Time-Based Works]'', New York University, 2014, 91 pp. Master's thesis.
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* Peter Sachs Collopy, [https://sci-hub.se/10.1109/MAHC.2014.62 "Video Synthesizers: From Analog Computing to Digital Art"], ''IEEE Annals of the History of Computing'' 36, Oct-Dec 2014, pp 74-86. [https://www.computer.org/csdl/magazine/an/2014/04/man2014040074/13rRUxBrGiR]
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* Yvonne Spielmann, "Medienkunst als Intervention: Steina Vasulka, Gina Czarnecki und Seiko Mikami", in ''Ada Lovelace. Die Pionierin der Computertechnik und ihre Nachfolgerinnen'', ed. Sybille Krämer, Fink, 2015, pp 195-211. [https://brill.com/view/book/edcoll/9783846759868/BP000016.xml] {{de}}
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* Maciej Wójcicki, "W stronę autonomii obrazu elektronicznego: twórczość wideo Woody'ego i Steiny Vasulków w latach 1974-1980", in ''Trajektorie obrazów. Strategie wizualne w sztuce'', eds. Ryszard Kluszczyński and Dagmara Rode, Łódź, 2015. {{pl}}
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* Joey Heinen, [https://vasulkakitchen.org/sites/default/files/document/_archiving_the_brotherhood-_proposing_a_technical_genealogy_for_time-based_works_-_joey_heinen.pdf "Archiving ''The Brotherhood'': Proposing a Technical Genealogy for Time-Based Works"], ''The Electronic Media Review'' 4, 2015-2016.
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* Halldór Björn Runólfsson, "The Kitchen: An Offspring of Steina and Woody Vasulka", in ''A Cultural History of the Avant-Garde in the Nordic Countries 1950-1975'', eds. Tania Ørum and Jesper Olsson, Rodopi, 2016, pp 88-95. [https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004310506_007]
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* Jean-Marie Dallet, [https://www.cairn.info/revue-marges-2017-2-page-146.htm "Le traitement de l’archive Vasulka par le SLIDERS_lab: entre conservation et activation‪. Entretien avec Frédéric Curien et Don Foresta"], ''Dans Marges'' 25, Paris: Presses universitaires de Vincennes, 2017, pp 146-160. {{fr}}
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** "The Processing of The Vasulkas Archive by the SLIDERS_lab: between Conservation and Activation. Interview with Frédéric Curien and Don Foresta", in ''Mémoires vives: From Nam June Paik to Sliders_Lab'', ed. Jean-Marie Dallet, Tielt: Lannoo, 2019, pp 86-95.
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* Jana Horáková, et al, ''[https://vasulkakitchen.org/sites/default/files/document/vkb-info-katalog.pdf Vašulka Kitchen Brno: Centrum umění nových médií]'', Brno: Vašulka Kitchen Brno, 2018, 27 pp. Brochure. {{cz}}
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** ''[https://vasulkakitchen.org/sites/default/files/document/vkb-info-katalog-en.pdf Vašulka Kitchen Brno: Center for New Media Art]'', Brno: Vašulka Kitchen Brno, 2018, 27 pp. Brochure.
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* Kari Yli-Annalan, [http://www.poriartmuseum.fi/fin/nayttelyt/2018/208/Vasulka-artikkeli.pdf "Analogisen kauden muisto"], 2018. Published on the occasion of [http://www.poriartmuseum.fi/fin/nayttelyt/2018/208/ an exhibition]. {{fi}}
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* Halldór Runólfson, "Reflections on the Brotherhood", in ''Mémoires vives: From Nam June Paik to Sliders_Lab'', ed. Jean-Marie Dallet, Tielt: Lannoo, 2019, pp 74-85. [https://www.e-flux.com/announcements/208332/update-7-mmoires-vives/]
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* Anne Sedes, Marc Billon, "Generative Alu Forms No. 1: A Musician’s Approach to the Vasulkas’ Legacy", in ''Mémoires vives: From Nam June Paik to Sliders_Lab'', ed. Jean-Marie Dallet, Tielt: Lannoo, 2019, pp 172-206.
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* Miloš Vojtěchovský, [https://artalk.cz/2021/03/12/the-kitchen-jako-fermentacni-kotel-elektronickeho-umeni/ "The Kitchen jako fermentační kotel elektronického umění"], ''Artalk.cz'', 12 Mar 2021; [https://vasulkakitchen.org/cs/the-kitchen-jako-fermentacni-kotel-elektronickeho-umeni reposted], ''Vasulkakitchen.org'', May 2021. {{cz}}
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===Theses===
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* Halldór Björn Runólfsson, ''Les limites de l'art et l'oeuvre de Steina Vasulka'', Paris: Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2006, 169 pp. PhD dissertation. {{fr}}
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* Lenka Dolanová, ''[http://yo-yo-yo.org/old/dokumenty_files/dialog_s_demony_dolanova_PhDthesis.pdf Woody Vasulka: dialog s démony nástrojů]'', Prague: FAMU, 2009, 206 pp. PhD dissertation; turned into a book (2011). [http://hdl.handle.net/10318/2963] {{cz}}
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* Erin Honeycutt, ''[http://hdl.handle.net/1946/24323 Deep Time/s: A media archaeological survey of Steina and Woody Vasulkas’ expansion of aesthetic notions of the electronic image, 1969-1978]'', University of Iceland, 2016, 82 pp. Master's thesis. {{en}}
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==Documentary films, video interviews==
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* ''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyfMryShl0M&t=1250s Group Portrait: 6 Artists in Video: Woody Vasulka, Steina Vasulka]'' [Jun 1977], Cable Arts, 1978, 22 min. Russ Connor in conversation with the Vasulkas. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Interviews/4ConnorVasulkas.pdf Transcript]. [https://www.li-ma.nl/lima/catalogue/doc/the-vasulkas/cable-arts-presents-russ-connor-in-conversation/16591]
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* ''[https://vimeo.com/418612928 Vasulka Video, Program 1: Steina]'', WNED Buffalo, 29 Aug 1978, 28:55 min. [https://vimeo.com/33424554] [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaLNCtE3kaI&list=PLWuCzxqIpJs8FbdGMUJrWbw5txEzEQ4Z8&index=18] [https://www.eai.org/titles/vasulka-video]
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* ''[https://www.li-ma.nl/lima/catalogue/doc/montevideo-time-based-arts-netherlands-media/about-video-and-the-arts-rene-coelho-interviews/2995 About Video and the Arts]'', dir. Rene Coelho, MonteVideo, Amsterdam, Oct 1985, 27:30 min. Interview. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekKTfufP3Wk]
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* ''[https://www.li-ma.nl/lima/catalogue/doc/the-vasulkas/42-miles-from-big-brother/2953 42 Miles from Big Brother]'', dir. Peter Rubin, 1987, 50 min. TV documentary.
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* ''[http://vasulkainterviews.org/ Steina and Woody Vasulka]'', dir. Aaron S. Davidson, 1996-1998. Series of video interviews.
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* ''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYyR6EWbPC0 Binary Lives]'', dir. Peter Kirby, 1997, 43 min.
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* ''[https://vimeo.com/384001670 Steina/Woody Vasulka Kino AERO]'', 2004, 68 min. Interview conducted on the occasion of the Vasulkas' video retrospective at Aero Cinema, Prague.
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* ''[https://vimeo.com/328816183 Steina & Woody Vasulka]'', eds. Lenka Dolanová and Michal Kindernay, 2006, 41 min. Contains fragments from Connor's, Rubin's and Kirby's documentaries. [https://vasulkakitchen.org/cs/vasulkovi]
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* ''[https://vimeo.com/384028714 Woody Vasulka: MindFrames v ZKM]'', 2007. Woody's guide tour through the exhibition ''MindFrames: Media Study at Buffalo 1973-1990'' at ZKM, Karlsruhe.
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* ''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mU73r-xP1w Steina and Woody Vasulka]'', dir. Terry Flaxton, 2010, 54 min. An interview; part of Flaxton's ''A Verbatim History of the Aesthetics and Technologies of Digital Cinematography''. [http://www.visualfields.co.uk/KTV.htm Director].
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* ''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgkOkeYHg_E NMPBS ¡Colores!: Woody & Steina Vasulka]'', 2013, 27 min.
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* ''The Vasulka Effect'', dir. Hrafnhildur Gunnarsdóttir, 2019, 87 min. [https://sagafilm.is/film/the-vasulka-effect/ Film website & trailer]. Review: [http://cinepur.cz/article.php?article=4902 Gruntorád] (Cinepur, CZ).
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* ''Steina & Woody'', dir. Joan Grossman and Chris Shaw, in progress. [https://vimeo.com/channels/pinballfilms/44114554 Trailer]. [https://www.pinballfilms.net/projects Director].
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==Video documentation==
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* ''[https://artycok.tv/52/the-vasulkas The Vasulkas, Fundamentalistický večírek]'', 2006. Event held at Roxy/NoD, Prague.
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==References==
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==See also==
 
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==Links==
 
==Links==
* [http://www.vasulka.org Homepage of the artists], includes extensive documentation.
 
* [http://www.vdb.org/smackn.acgi$artistdetail?VASULKAS Vasulkas in the Video Data Bank]
 
* [http://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/page.php?NumPage=422 Steina and Woody Vasulka fonds at the Daniel Langlois Foundation]
 
* [http://www.artlist.cz/?id=1697&lang=1 Woody at Artlist.cz]
 
* [http://www.artlist.cz/?id=345&lang=1 Steina at Artlist.cz]
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steina_and_Woody_Vasulka Vasulkas at Wikipedia]
 
  
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* [http://www.vasulka.org Artists' website], includes extensive documentation. [http://www.vasulka.org/archive/sitemap.html Archive listings].
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* [https://vasulka.multiplace.org Archived version of artists' website with restored videos]
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* [http://www.listasafn.is/english/about/vasulka-chamber/ Vasulka Chamber Reykjavík: Center for Electronic and Digital Art in Iceland], National Gallery of Iceland, Reykjavík
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* [http://vasulkakitchen.org/ Vašulka Kitchen Brno: Center for New Media Art], Brno, Czech Republic, est 2018. [https://vasulkakitchen.org/en/vasulkovi Vasulkas' profile]. [https://vasulkakitchen.org/sites/default/files/document/vkb-info-katalog.pdf Catalogue]. [http://www.dum-umeni.cz/en/doprovodny-program/detail/id/449 Grand opening].
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* [http://collections.cinematheque.qc.ca/recherche/collection-fondation-daniel-langlois/%3Foperator%5B0%5D%3D%2B%26q%5B0%5D%3D%2522Fonds%252FCollections%2B%253A%2BVasulka%2522%26field%5B0%5D%3DFondSerie_r Vasulka Archive], Daniel Langlois Foundation, Cinémathèque québécoise, Montréal
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* [http://www.eai.org/webpages/1171 Vasulka Video], EAI resource
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* Obituaries for Woody Vasulka: [https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/01/arts/woody-vasulka-dead.html Richard Sandomir] (NY Times), [http://www.sequenza21.com/2019/12/woody-vasulka/ Michael Schell] (Sequenza 21), [https://www.artforum.com/news/woody-vasulka-1937-2019-81683 Artforum], [https://www.facebook.com/vasulkakitchenbrno/posts/1567496270069960 Vašulka Kitchen Brno], [https://artalk.cz/2020/01/16/woody-bohuslav-vasulka-log-out-and-upgrade/ Lenka Dolanová and Miloš Vojtěchovský] (Artalk, CZ).
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The Vasulkas, 1981. Photo: Meridel Rubenstein.
Born January 20, 1937(1937-01-20) (Woody)
Brno, Czechoslovakia
Born January 30, 1940(1940-01-30) (Steina)
Reykjavík, Iceland
Died December 20, 2019(2019-12-20) (aged 82) (Woody)
Collections Langlois 39 (Steina), EAI 37, Langlois 26, LIMA 26 (Steina), MoMA 21 (Woody), ZKM 21 (Steina), ZKM 16 (Woody), Vašulka Kitchen, LIMA 15, EAI 18 (Steina), LUX 18, Langlois 12 (Woody), LIMA 11 (Woody), EAI 8 (Woody), VDB 8, SAAM 8 (Woody), Pompidou 7 (Woody), LUX 7 (Woody), Pompidou 5 (Steina), SAAM 5 (Steina), NG Iceland 4 (Steina, Woody), VDB 4 (Woody), SFMOMA 3 (Woody), Reykjavik Art Museum 2 (Steina), VDB 2 (Steina), Thoma Foundation 1+, Reina Sofia 1, NRW 1 (Woody), Stedelijk 1 (Woody), Current 1 (Steina), Berg (Steina), Berg (Woody)
Web UbuWeb, Artlist.cz (Woody), Artlist.cz (Steina), Wikipedia
The Vasulkas in their Buffalo studio, 1978. Photo: Kevin Noble (or Jane Hartman?[1]).
Steina in the Vasulkas studio, Buffalo, NY, c.1976.
The Vasulkas
Steina
Woody Vasulka, early 1960s.
Woody Vasulka, c.1965.

Pioneers of video art, having practiced in the genre since its early days in the late 1960s.

Woody Vasulka (born Bohuslav Vašulka, 1937, Brno, Czechoslovakia) studied metallurgy and mechanics at the School of Industrial Engineering in Brno (1952-1956) and in 1960 he settled in Prague to study television and film production at the Academy of Performing Arts, also writing poetry and producing short films.

Steina (born Steinunn Briem Bjarnadóttir, 1940, Reykjavík, Iceland) studied languages, and violin and music theory at the conservatory in Prague.

They met in the early 1960s, married in 1964, and 1965 emigrated to New York where Steina worked as a freelance musician, and Woody edited industrial films at Harvey Lloyd Productions. In 1966, at the request of architects Woods and Ramirez, Woody collaborated on developing films designed for a multi-screen environment to be shown in the American Pavilion at Expo 67 in Montreal. Contact with the cinema enabled Woody to experiment with electronic sound and the stroboscopic projection of moving images. Using a 16 mm Pathe camera, he captured images at 360º, projecting them onto different screens to create three-dimensional sound and light environments. He first came into contact with the electronic video work through the exhibition TV as a Creative Medium, which took place in New York in 1969. The same year he started to experiment with electronic media and produce a pioneering body of tapes, investigating the narrative, syntactical and metaphorical potential of electronic imaging. Using a sound synthesiser and video recorder, Steina began to work on the project Violin Power (1970-1978).

Encouraged by Eric Siegel, who collaborated on their first works, Woody and Steina formed a research group which culminated in the establishment of The Kitchen (Live Audience Test Laboratory) in New York in 1971. The Electronic Kitchen was a laboratory where artists could experiment with the technology of the moment and present their projects in public. By the end of the 1970s, The Kitchen had become an important reference point, though more for the promotion of video art than for technological experimentation.

Woody's numeral experiments began with his construction of the Digital Image Articulator, resulting in his 1973 and 1974 works created using sound and video synthesisers: Vocabulary, The Matter, C-Trend and Explanation. In 1975, he published "Didactic Video: Organizational Models of the Electronic Image", in collaboration with Scott Nygren in issue 3 of the magazine Afterimage, whilst in 1978 "Syntax of Binary Images" came out in issue 6 of the same publication.

In 1974 they moved to Buffalo, New York with its Experimental TV Studio. With the idea of dissociating the camera from the human point of view and treating it as an autonomous imaging instrument, Steina began to work on a series of installations and videos entitled Machine Vision. In 1976 she received a grant from the John Simon Guggenheim which enabled her to complete her the research.

In 1976, Woody received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to produce the series Recoded Images as part of the Video IX project, presented at the Museum of Modern Art of New York.

In 1980 they moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico and continued their work in video, media performance, and video installation. Steina used the Digital Image Articulator to record the images for her videos, exploring real landscapes: Selected Treecuts (1980), Search of the Castle (1981), Summer Salt (1982). In 1982, she was given grant by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Rockefeller Foundation to produce her latest version of Earthworks, entitled The West. Steina then worked with the singer and composer Joan La Barbara on the project Event in the Elsewhere, based on experimentation with voice and image.

Woody built different machines from waste material with the aim of creating an articulated control system for recording sound and image. His work Artifacts goes back to this period. He then began practical and theoretical research into what he called "The Epistemic Space". In this research, which spanned several years, he examined forms of interactivity between participant and machine through the voice, language and music. He used multi-channel projection systems, his work becoming ever more three-dimensional. Also, his literary and poetic interests led him to produce a series of single-channel videos (The Commission, 1983, and Art of Memory, 1987) which are considered his most emblematic works.

In 1989, Steina made The Elevator Girls, collaborating with the American Film Institute to produce The Other Asia. In 1990, she completed the installation Ptolemy. In the interactive performance Violin Power, Steina went back to early projects, using the a five-stringed Zeta Midi violin and manipulating her videodisks according to the sound of the musical instrument.

Woody's development of an expressive image-language began as a rigorous deconstruction of the materiality of the electronic signal, and has evolved to the application of imaging codes and digital manipulation to narrative strategies and a series of interactive installations in the 1990s, such as Theater of Hybrid Automata (1990) and The Brotherhood: A Series of Six Interactive Constructions (1990-1996).

Under a commission from Peter Weibel, the Vasulkas curated Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt: Pioneers of Electronic Art for Ars Electronica, Linz in 1992. In 1993 Woody received a Soros Foundation fellowship to lecture and present work throughout Eastern Europe; and became a visiting professor at the Faculty of Art, Polytechnic Institute, Brno.

In 1995, Steina presented the performance Video Opera in Kwangju (South Korea). In 1996, she was appointed artistic co-director of the Netherlands Musical Research Center at the Studio for Electro-Instrumental Music (STEIM), living in Amsterdam until 1998. During her stay in Europe, she collaborated with Tom Demeyer in developing a system to process image numerically and in real time. At the invitation of Fred Forest, Steina gave the lecture "The Artist and His Tools" at the conference on New Ideas in Science and Art in Prague, whilst in 1997 she represented Iceland at the Venice Biennale, presenting the work Orka.

In 1998, Vasulkas won an award from the National Association of Media and Culture (NAMAC) of San Francisco for their work in the field of media art, later receiving honorary doctorates from San Francisco Art Institute.

Steina has taught at the Academy for Applied Arts, Vienna, the Institute for New Media at the Staedelschule, Frankfurt, and the College of Arts and Crafts, Reykjavik.

In 2014, the Vasulka Chamber, a center of electronic and digital art in Iceland, was established at the National Gallery of Iceland. The Vasulka Chamber is a collaboration with Steina and Woody Vasulka, and includes a part of the Vasulkas’ archive. Later in 2015 the Vasulka Kitchen, a center for new media art in in Brno, Woody’s hometown was founded, dedicated to preserving the legacy of the artist, who passed in December 2019.


Selection from documentaries about The Vasulkas, edited by Michal Kindernay and Lenka Dolanová, 2006. Source.

Works[edit]

The following list of works is based on a number of sources, but mainly Vasulka.org (S, WV, S+WV), Dolanová 2011 (WV, S, WV+S), Berg 2019a (WV), and Berg 2019b (S, S+WV). References are provided for conflictual information such as date and length. In addition, the list also includes a number of works included in early catalogues but omitted from recent videographies.

Woody and Steina[edit]

Video
  • Sketches, 1970, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 24:14 min?[1] c.27 min?[2]
    • Alfons, performer: Alfons Schilling. Charles’s Story, performer: Charles Hayworth. Gundance, performer: Daniel Nagrin. Let it be, performer: The Beatles. Red Roses, performer: Jackie Curtis. The Kiss, performer: Helen Wong. Thierry, performer: Thierry Benison.
  • Studies,[3] 1970, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w & colour, c.45 min
    • Calligrams, Mar 1970, b/w, sound, 3:30 min[4]
    • Tissues, Oct 1970, b/w, sound, 1:31 min[5]
    • Decay #1, Oct 1970, colour, sound, 1:57 min[6]
    • Decay #2, Oct 1970, colour, sound, 1:11 min[7]
    • Discs, Mar 1971, b/w, sound, 5:24 min[8]
    • Descends,[9] 1970
    • Interface,[10] 1970, performer: Charles Hayworth, audio: Gino Piserchio
  • Sexmachine,[11] Sep 1970, b/w, 6 min
  • The Jackie Curtis' First Television Special,[12] 1970, b/w, sound, 45 min
  • Don Cherry,[13] with Elaine Milosh, Oct 1970, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 19:20 min
  • Evolution,[14] Nov 1970?[15] 1971?[16], 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 16 min?[17] 12:43 min?[18]
  • Shapes,[19] Mar 1971, b/w, 13 min
  • Black Sunrise,[20] Mar 1971, b/w, sound, 21:08 min
  • Keysnow,[21] Oct 1971, 12 min
  • Elements,[22] Nov 1971, 12 min
  • Participation 1969-1971, 1971, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 62:30 min?[23] 63 min?[24], with Paul Ambrose, Ian Anderson, Billy Andrews, Garry Bartz, Tally Brown, Lary Chaplan, Don Cherry, Kevin Coe, Jackie Curtis, Candy Darling, Miles Davis, Jack DeJohnette, Eric Emerson, Estelle!, Christmas Eve, Michael Henderson, Jimi Hendrix, Stephen Holt, Keith Jarrett, Jay Johnson, Aunt Josie, Agosto Machado, Taylor Mead, Buddy Miles, Geri Miller, Mario Montez, Airto Moreira, Paul Morrissey, Ondine, Ritta Redd, Al Sayegh, Silva!, Ekathrina Sobechanskaya, Steve Stanwick, Steina, Artchie Strips, David Susskind, Tinkerbelle, Jethro Tull, Richard Weinstock, Holly Woodlawn
  • Spaces I,[25] Apr 1972, 15 min
  • Spaces II, Aug 1972, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 7:50 min?[26] 7:45 min?[27]
  • Home, Jan 1973, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 16:47 min?[28] 16:45 min?[29]
  • Golden Voyage, Apr 1973, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 14:12 min?[30] 14 min?[31]
  • Noisefields,[32] Jan 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 12:05 min?[33] 7:05 min?[34]
  • 1-2-3-4, Mar 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 7:46 min?[35] 4:10 min?[36]
  • Solo for Three, Apr 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 4:15 min?[37] 7:10 min?[38]
  • Heraldic View, May 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 4:21 min?[39] 4:17 min?[40]
  • Soundgated Images, Summer-Autumn 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 9:22 min?[41] 9:15 min?[42]
  • Telč, Aug 1974?[43] 1973?[44], 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 5:10 min[45]
  • Soundsize, Sep 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 4:40 min
  • Update,[46] Aug 1977/Apr 1978, 30 min
  • In Search of the Castle, Feb 1981, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 9:29 min?[47] 9:40 min?[48]
  • Progeny, with Bradford Smith, Feb 1981, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 18:28 min?[49] 18 min?[50]
  • Pariah,[51] with Tim Thompson, 1984, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 26:05 min
  • The Pen,[52] 1986
  • In the Land of the Elevator Girls,[53] 1989,[54] SVHS, colour, sound, 4:00 min?[55] 4:16 min?[56]
  • Events in the Elsewhere,[57] with Joan La Barbara, 1989, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 15:40 min
  • Doris,[58] 1992?[59] 1983?[60], 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 16:35 min
  • Techne and Eros,[61] 1999, digital video, colour, sound, 14:35 min, with Mort Subotnick, Jim Crutchfield, Diane Armitage, Oliver Scott, David Dunn, Joan La Barbara, Simone Aaberg, Tom Demeyer, Bruce Hamilton, Russ Gritzo
Installations
  • Matrix I,[62] 1970-1972, video installation, 12 monitors, b/w, sound, 24:20 min, dimensions variable. Exhibitions: Everson Museum of Art (Syracuse, NY, 1976), Center for Contemporary Arts (Santa Fe, NM, 1995), SFMOMA (San Francisco, 1996), Guggenheim Museum SoHo (New York, 1996), ZKM (Karlsruhe, 2006-2007).
  • The West #1,[63] 1972, video environment, two channels, b/w, sound, 15 min cycle
  • Matrix II, 1970-1972?[64] 1974?[65], video installation, 12 monitors, colour, sound, 8:30 min, dimensions variable. Exhibition: ZKM (Karlsruhe, 2006-2007).
  • Soundprints,[66] Aug 1972/1992, two channels, b/w, sound, variable cycle
  • The West #2,[67] 1983, video environment, two channels, colour, sound, 30 min cycle. Exhibitions: University Art Museum (Albuquerque, NM, 1983), The Kitchen (New York, 1983), C.G.Rein Gallery (Santa Fe, NM, 1984), Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris, 1984), Cine-MBXA (Paris, 1984), Long Beach Museum of Art and Exhibit Hall (Long Beach, CA, 1985).
TV programs

Woody Vasulka[edit]

Films

Realised in Czechoslovakia:

  • Zdymadla [The Locks], 1960, 16mm, silent, 10 min, lost
  • Ve dvě odpoledne [Two P.M.], 1961, 35mm, sound, 16 min
  • Jazz Festival v Karlovych Varech [Jazz Festival in Carlsbad],[68] 1961, 35mm, sound, 20 min
  • Záchytná stanice [Withdrawal], 1962?[69] 1963?[70], 35mm, sound, 7 min?[71] 12 min?[72]
  • Odjezd branců [The Recruits], 1962, 35mm, sound, 6 min?[73] 17 min?[74]
  • U pana Čapka [Visiting Mr. Capek], 1963?[75] 1964?[76], 35mm, sound, 6 min?[77] 15 min?[78]
  • Předměstí [The Outskirts], 1963?[79] 1964?[80], 35mm, sound, 11 min?[81] 17 min?[82]

Realised in Iceland:

  • Velrybářská stanice [Whale Cutting Station], 1964, 35mm, sound, 10 min?[83] 12 min?[84]
  • Sezóna v Seydisfjordu [The Herring Season in Seydisfjordur], 1964, 35mm, sound, 12 min?[85] 20 min?[86]

Realised in Algeria:

  • Two films for Bureau Politique du Gouvernement algerien; not completed. Winter 1965.[87]

Realised in the United States:

  • Studies for Scan Processor,[88] 1975-1977, 16mm transferred to video
  • The City,[89] 1975, 16mm, stereo sketch, silent, 3 min
  • Gorge,[90] 1975, 16mm, stereo sketch, silent, 3 min
  • Noiseplane,[91] 1975, 16mm, silent, 3 min
  • Grazing,[92] 1975, 16mm, silent, 19 min
  • No. 18 (Krysuvik),[93] 1975, 16mm, silent, 11 min
  • E-Object,[94] 1976, 16mm, silent, 11 min
  • No. 20,[95] 1976, 16mm, silent, 3 min
  • No. 21 (San Francisco streets),[96] 1976, 16mm, silent, 3 min
  • Soundshape,[97] 1976, 16mm, sound, 5 min
  • No. 23 (Seal Cove),[98] 1976, 16mm, silent, 11 min
  • Torso,[99] 1976, 16mm, silent, 4 min
  • No. 24 (Circular Noise),[100] 1977, 16mm, silent, 5 min
  • No. 26 (Rotating Panel),[101] 1977, 16mm, silent, 5 min
  • No. 27 (Frame Sizes),[102] 1977, 16mm, silent, 5 min
  • No. 28 (Face by Wave),[103] 1977, 16mm, silent, 6 min
  • No. 29 (Winding),[104] 1977, 16mm, silent, 8 min
Video
  • Swan Lake,[105] with Ekathrina Sobechanskaya, 1971, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 7:25 min
  • Vocabulary, Apr 1973, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 4:17 min?[106] 4:29 min?[107]
  • Explanation, Jul 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 11:45 min?[108] 4:20 min?[109]
  • Reminiscence, Aug 1974, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 4:48 min?[110] 4:52 min?[111]
  • C-Trend, Oct 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 9:03 min?[112] 8:29 min?[113]
  • The Matter, Dec 1974, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 3:56 min?[114] 4:02 min?[115]
  • Electromagnetic Objects,[116] 1975-2006, b/w, sound, 33:58 min
  • Grazing (Ocean Sounds), 1974-1976, audio Brian O'Reilly 2006, b/w, sound, 8:18 min?[117] 4:36 min?[118]
  • No. 25, 1976, 3/4” U-matic, b/w, sound, 5:30 min?[119] 5:32 min?[120]
  • Artifacts, Oct 1980, 3/4” U-matic, b/w & colour, sound, 21:20 min?[121] 22:52 min?[122]
  • The Commission, with Ernest Gusella, Robert Ashley, Cosimo Corsano, Ben Harris, Andrea Harris, David Ossman, Bradford Smith, Peter Kirby, 1983, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 44:55 min?[123] 39:16 min?[124]
  • Art of Memory, with Daniel Nagrin, Klein, Doris Cross, Rutt/Etra, Jeffrey Schier, Bradford Smith, Penelope Place, David Aubrey and Steina, 1987, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 36:34 min?[125] 36:37 min?[126]
  • Studies for Hybrid Automata,[127] 1993, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 8:44 min
  • Woody Plays the Maiden,[128] 1998, digital video, colour, sound, 6:07 min
  • Sonifications, Variations on Studies for Scan Processor,[129] 2006, digital video, colour, sound (by Brian O'Reilly), 33:45 min
Installations
  • A Meeting/Greeting,[130] [1967], unrealised plan for installation-performance
  • 360 Degree Camera/Scanner,[131] 1968
  • Projected Strobe,[132] 1968
  • Hand-held Strobe Projector,[133] 1968
  • Light-Activated Screen,[134] 1968
  • Aimless People,[135] 1968, film installation, 3 screens, 16mm, sound, 4 min
  • Peril in Orbit,[136] 1968, film installation, 3 screens, 16mm, sound, 4 min
  • 360 degree space records,[137] 1968, 16mm film, 3 screens, sound, 4 min
  • Time/Energy Objects,[138] 1975, 16mm, 3 screens, silent, 13 min
  • Three Documentaries,[139] year unknown, film installation, 3 screens
  • The Brotherhood, 1990-1998, six computer-driven opto-electro-mechanical constructions. Exhibitions: Moravian Gallery Governor's Palace (Table 3, Brno, 1994), LACE (Table 3, Los Angeles, 1994), Federal Exhibition Hall (Tables 2 and 3, Bonn, 1994), SFMOMA (Tables 1-3, San Francisco, 1996), NTT ICC (Tables 1-6, Tokyo, 1998), Czech Centre London (2006), ZKM (Tables 2 and 5, Karlsruhe, 2006-2007).
    • Table 1: Translocations, 1996, interactive computer-driven opto/electro/mechanical construction, dimensions variable, with Russ Gritzo and Bruce Hamilton
    • Table 2: Theater of Hybrid Automata, 1990, internally interactive video/computer/sound construction, dimensions variable, with Don Buchla and Russ Gritzo
    • Table 3: Friendly Fire, 1994, interactive computer-driven opto/electro/mechanical construction, dimensions variable, with Russ Gritzo, Bruce Hamilton and Tom Joyce
    • Table 4: Stealth, 1998, interactive computer-driven opto/electro/mechanical construction, dimensions variable, with Aaron Davidson and Thomas Ashcraft
    • Table 5: Scribe, 1998, interactive computer-driven opto/electro/mechanical construction, dimensions variable, with Russ Gritzo, Bruce Hamilton and Roderick Peyketewa
    • Table 6: The Maiden, 1998, interactive computer-driven opto/electro/mechanical construction, dimension variable, with Steina, Russ Gritzo, Bruce Hamilton, Susan Hamilton, Jamie Hamilton, Roderick Peyketewa, Van Baer, Tom Demeyer and Rutt/Etra
  • Light Revisited – Noisefields,[140] 2001, video, colour, sound, 10 min cycle. Exhibition: Moravska galerie Brno (2017).
  • Shining Moment,[141] 2004, video, colour, sound, projector stands, mirrors, 5 min cycle
  • Digital Vocabulary, with Sliders_Lab (F. Curien, J.-M. Dallet, H. Jolly), 2014. [11]

Steina[edit]

Video
  • Distant Activities,[142] May 1972, 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 6 min?[143] 4:48 min?[144]
  • From Cheektowaga to Tonawanda,[145] Jun 1975, colour, sound, 36 min
  • Signifying Nothing,[146] Jun 1975, b/w, 15 min
  • Land of Timoteus, Sep 1975/Mar 1976[147], 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 15 min?[148] 6:46 min?[149]
  • Sound and Fury,[150] Oct 1975, b/w, 15 min
  • Switch! Monitor! Drift!,[151] Nov 1976, 1/2” Open Reel, b&w, sound, 50 min
  • Snowed Tapes,[152] Feb 1977, b/w, 15 min
  • Orbital Obsessions, 1975-1977, revised 1988, 3/4” U-matic, b/w, sound, 24:25 min?[153] 24:13 min?[154]
  • Stasto,[155] May 1977, 7 min
  • Flux, Nov 1977, 3/4” U-matic, b/w, sound, 7:25 min?[156] 8:12 min?[157]
  • Nam June Paik,[158] with Esther Harriott, 1977?[159] 1978?[160], 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 25:55 min
  • Funtime at the Vasulkas,[161] with Tom Busch, Hollis Frampton, Jeffrey Schier, and Paul Sharits, 1978/2006, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 7:30 min
  • Violin Power, 1970-1978, 1/2” Open Reel, b/w, sound, 10:04 min
  • Bad, Dec 1979, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 2:14 min?[162] 2:10 min?[163]
  • Selected Treecuts, Mar 1980[164], 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 8:11 min?[165] 6:39 min?[166]
  • Cantaloup, with Jeffrey Schier and Woody Vasulka, May 1980, 3/4” U-matic, b/w & colour, sound, 27:54 min?[167] 22:56 min?[168]
  • Urban Episodes, with Josef Krames and Woody Vasulka, Jun 1980, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 8:50 min?[169] 8:59 min?[170]
  • The Making of Urban Episodes,[171] 1980, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 2:20 min
  • Summer Salt, Feb 1982, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 18:48 min?[172] 17:56 min?[173]
  • The Making of Somersault,[174] 1982, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 1:30 min
  • Voice Windows,[175] with Joan La Barbara, 1986?[176] 1987?[177], 1/2” Open Reel, colour, sound, 8:10 min?[178] 8:05 min?[179]
  • Lilith, with Doris Cross, 1987, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 9:12 min
  • Aria,[180] 1987?[181] 1994?[182], 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 3:13 min
  • Ptolequad,[183] 1990, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 12:20 min
  • Vocaquad,[184] with Joan La Barbara, 1990, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 11:35 min.
  • Eigenwelt,[185] with Peter Weibel, Lee Harrison, Stephen Beck, Lori Zippay, Glen Southworth, Bill Etra, Ralph Hocking, Sherry Miller Hocking, Eric Siegel, David Dunn, David Muller, MaLin Wilson, Melody Sumner Carnahan and Michael Sumner, 1992?[186] 1993?[187], Hi 8, colour, sound, 15:05 min
  • Warp, 1994?[188] 2000?[189], digital video, colour, sound, 4:30 min?[190] 4:13 min?[191]
  • A So Desu Ka,[192] 1993?[193] 1994?[194], SVHS, color, sound, 9:33 min
  • Pyroglyphs, with Tom Joyce, 1995, Hi 8, colour, sound, 27:20 min?[195] 26:05 min?[196]
  • Orka, 1995?[197] 1997?[198], Hi 8, colour, sound, 16 min?[199] 15:11 min?[200]
  • MidiViolin,[201] with Michael Saup, Tim Thompson, Saburo Teshigawara, Joan La Barbara, Michel Waisvisz, Leatitia Sonami, Cas de Marez, Trevor Wishart and Francis M. Uitti, 1999, 3/4” U-matic, colour, sound, 10:50 min
  • Trevor,[202] with Trevor Wishart, 1999?[203] 2000?[204], digital video, colour, sound, 11:06 min
  • Lava and Moss,[205] 2000, digital video, colour, sound, 15:09 min.
  • Music in the Afternoon,[206] with Tony Conrad, 2002, digital video, colour, sound, 4:15 min
  • Twisted Water,[207] 2004, Hi 8, colour, sound, 4:33 min
  • Rome Performance,[208] 2004, digital video, colour, sound, 14:40 min
  • Pyrospheres,[209] with Tom Joyce, 2005, Hi 8, colour, sound, 5:57 min
  • Pergament,[210] 2014, digital video, colour, sound, 12:31 min
  • Emerald World Without Us,[211] 2015, colour, sound, 25:59 min
Installations
  • Machine Vision, 1978, electro-opto-mechanical environment, with instrumentation by Josef Krames, Woody Vasulka, and Bruce Hamilton. Exhibitions: Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, NY, 1978), Armory Museum (Santa Fe, 1980), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome, 1994-95), Lyon Biennale (Lyon, 1995-96), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997).
  • Allvision, 1976-1983?[212] 1976?[213], electro-opto-mechanical environment, with instrumentation by Woody Vasulka. Exhibitions: Hallwalls (Buffalo, NY, 1976), The Kitchen (New York, 1978), Folkwang Museum (Essen, 1979), Carnegie Institute Museum of Art (Pittsburgh, 1982), Hudson River Museum (Yonkers, NY, 1983), Center for Contemporary Arts (Santa Fe, NM, 1995), SFMOMA (San Francisco, 1996), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997), Czech Centre London (2006), ZKM (Karlsruhe, 2006-2007), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008). [12]
  • The West, 1983, video matrix, two-channel video, four-channel sound (by Woody Vasulka), 30 min cycle. Exhibitions: Montevideo Gallery (Amsterdam, 1985), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome, 1994-95), SFMOMA (San Francisco, 1996), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008).
  • Geomania, 1987, video matrix, two-channel video, four-channel sound, 15 min cycle. Exhibitions: Vassar College Art Gallery (Poughkeepsie, NY, 1988), Rene Coelho Gallery (Amsterdam, 1990), St. Luke Hospital (Amsterdam, 1994).
  • Ptolemy,[214] 1990, video matrix, four-channel video, eight-channel audio, 10 min cycle. Exhibition: Ars Electronica (Linz, 1990).
  • Vocalizations,[215] with Joan La Barbara, 1990, projected video environment, four-channel video, eight-channel audio, 15 min cycle
  • Tokyo Four,[216] 1991, four-channel video, four-channel audio, 23 min cycle. Exhibitions: Museum of Contemporary Art (Helsinki, 1992), Hallwalls (Buffalo, NY, 1993), Atlantic Center for the Arts (Smyrna Beach, FL, 1993), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome, 1994-95), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008).
  • Violin Power: The Performance,[217] 1991-present, interactive performance. Steina.
  • Borealis, 1993, projected video environment, two-channel video, four-channel sound, 10 min cycle. Exhibitions: LACE (Los Angeles, 1994), Rene Coelho Gallery (Amsterdam, 1994), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome, 1994-95), Center for Contemporary Arts (Santa Fe, NM, 1995), SFMOMA (San Francisco, 1996), Guggenheim Museum SoHo (New York, 1996), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997), Stedelijk Museum (The Second, Amsterdam, 1997, video), Museo Universitario del Chopo (The Second, Mexico City, 1998), Taipei Fine Arts Museum (The Second, Tapei, 1998), Inter Communication Center (ICC) (The Second, Tokyo, 1998), Ludwig Museum (The Second, Budapest, 1999), National Gallery Prague (The Second, Prague, 2000), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008).
  • Pyroglyphs, 1995, 15 or 18 monitors in a circle, 1 video, 2 audio sources, colour, sound, 27:20 min cycle[218], OR: with Tom Joyce, three-channel video, three-channel audio, 20 min cycle[219]. Exhibitions: Arizona State University Computer Commons Gallery (Tempe, AZ, 1994), Rene Coelho Gallery (Amsterdam, 1994), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome, 1994-95), Center for Contemporary Arts (Santa Fe, NM, 1995), The Brno House of Arts (Brno, 1996), National Gallery Trade Fair Palace (Prague, 1997), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008).
  • Orka, 1997, projected video environment, three-channel video, three-channel audio, 15 min cycle. Exhibition: House of Arts (Ústí nad Labem, 2016).
  • Nuna,[220] 1998, three-channel video, three-channel audio, 10 min cycle
  • Cascades, with Sissú Pálsdóttir, 2000, projected video environment, six-channel video, six-channel audio, 16 min cycle
  • Mynd, 2000, projected video environment, six-channel video, six-channel audio, 18 min cycle. Exhibitions: ZKM (Karlsruhe, 2006-2007), SITE (Santa Fe, NM, 2008).
  • Lava and Moss, 2000, projected video environment, three-channel video, three-channel audio, 14 min cycle. Exhibition: Entrance Gallery Prague (2016).
  • ... Of the North, 2001, projected video environment, three-channel video, three-channel audio, variable length
  • Bent Scans, 2002, live interactive environment

Exhibition catalogues, brochures[edit]

Scans of the catalogues published between 1978-1998 are sourced from Vasulka.org. Individual catalogue essays and interviews are listed in separate sections below.

Vasulka, Steina: Machine Vision, Woody: Description, Albright-Knox, 1978, PDF.
Steina et Woody Vasulka: Vidéastes: 1969-1984, Ciné-MBXA/Cinédoc, 1984, PDF.
Eigenwelt der Apparate-Welt / Pioneers of Electronic Art, AEC, 1992, PDF, Log.
Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, 1995, PDF.
Steina and Woody Vasulka: Machine Media, SFMOMA, 1996, PDF.
Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood, NTT ICC, 1998, PDF.
  • Steina Vasulka: Tokyo Four, Woody Vasulka: Art of the Memory; Interaktiivisen taiteen näyttely / Exhibition of the Interactive Art, Helsinki: Nykytaiteen Museo, and Espoo: Galleria Otso, 1992, 14+27 pp. Exh. held 3-26 Apr 1992 (Helsinki) and 4-26 Apr 1992 (Espoo). (Finnish)/(English)
  • Steina & Woody Vasulka, Denver: Denver Art Museum, 1992, [4] pp, PDF. Exh. brochure. Text by Gene Youngblood. Exh. held 25 Jan-22 Mar 1992.
  • Woody & Steina Vasulka: A Retrospective, Rome, 1996. Exh. held 17-22 Dec 1995.
  • Steina Vasulka: instalace, trans. Eva Uhlířová, Prague: Národní galerie, 1997, 14 pp. Texts by Steina Vasulka, Robert R. Riley, Marita Sturken. Exh. held 24 Jan-23 Feb 1997. Exhibition. (Czech)
  • Steina & Woody Vasulka: Video Works, eds. Minoru Hatanaka, Keiko Koizumi, and Masaki Sekiguchi, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, 55 pp, PDF. Text by Yoshitomo Morioko. Exh. held 17 Jul-30 Aug 1998. Exhibition. (Japanese)/(English)
  • Vasulka Lab 1969-2005: Live Archive, ed. Yasmeen Baig-Clifford, Birmingham: Vivid, 2006, 116 pp. Features the Vasulkas in conversation with Don Foresta, essays by Chris Meigh-Andrews and Yasmeen Baig-Clifford. Exh. held 2-18 Mar & 13 Apr-6 May 2006. Press release. [13] [14]
  • Steina: 1970-2000, ed. Katia Zavistovski, forew. Laura Steward Heon, intro. Liza Statton, Santa Fe, NM: SITE, 2008, 128 pp. Texts by Steve Dietz, Liza Statton, Gene Youngblood/Steina. Exh. held 17 Feb-11 May 2008. TOC. Exhibition. Press release.
  • Vasulka-stofa / Vasulka Chamber, eds. Kristín Scheving and Birta Guðjónsdóttir, Reykjavík: Listasafn Íslands, Vasulka-Stofa, 2014, 47 pp. [15] (Icelandic)/(English)

Essays, writings, statements[edit]

The following bibliography has been derived from exhibition catalogues and the Vasulka.org archives.

  • Woody Vasulka, [Technocentric Determinism], n.d., rev. Jun 1993.
    • "Technocentrický determinismus", Iluminace 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 199-203. [17] (Czech)
  • Woody Vasulka, [Talk in Chicago], n.d., manuscript.
  • Woody Vasulka, Steina, "Early", n.d., [1] p, manuscript.
  • Woody Vasulka, "Transformation" [1974], in Kunst und Video. Internationale Entwicklungen und Kuenstler, eds. Bettina Gruber and Maria Vedder, Cologne: Dumont, 1983, pp 202-203. (German)
  • Woody Vasulka, "Time/Energy Structure of the Electronic Image", Afterimage 3:4, Oct 1975.
  • Woody Vasulka, "Five Lectures" [1976], in Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990, eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 411-419. Series of five lectures given at Media Study, Buffalo, 1976.
  • Steina, Woody Vasulka, Jeffrey Schier, [The Vasulka Imaging System], Buffalo, NY, [7 Mar 1978], manuscript.
  • Woody Vasulka, Jeffrey Schier, Tom Moxton, [The Articulator Manual] [c.1979], manuscript. Technical manual for Digital Image Articulator.
  • Steina, Woody Vasulka, "15 années d'images électroniques", trans. Pierre Girard and Dominique Willoughby, in Steina et Woody Vasulka: Vidéastes: 1969-1984, 2nd ed., rev. & corr., ed. Dominique Willoughby, Paris: Ciné-MBXA/Cinédoc, 1984, pp 11-22. Compilation of extracts from earlier texts. (French)
  • Woody Vasulka, "Artist Page", Vantage Point, Sep/Oct 1984, p 35.
  • Steina, Woody Vasulka, "Objects (1984)", Communications 48: "Vidéo", eds. Raymond Bellour and Anne-Marie Duguet, Paris, 1988, pp 261-263, PDF. Trans. of excerpts. (French)
  • Woody Vasulka, "The New Epistemic Space" [1989], in Illuminating Video: An Essential Guide to Video Art, eds. Doug Hall and Sally Jo Fifer, New York: Aperture, 1990, pp 464-470, OL.
  • Woody Vasulka, David Dunn, "Digital Space: A Research Proposal", Ars Electronica '90. Digital Dreams - Virtual Worlds. Part 2, Linz: Ars Electronica, 1990, pp 268-275; repr., Scan+ 3, Nov 1990, pp 5-8. [22]
    • "Digitaler Raum: Ein Forschungsvorschlag", in Ars Electronica '90. Digitale Träume, virtuelle Welten. Band 2, Linz: Ars Electronica, 1990, pp 268-275. (German)
    • "Lo Spazio virtuale", Comunicazioni sociali 14:2-3, Milan: Vita e pensiero, 1992, pp 201-202. (Italian)
  • Woody Vasulka, "Theater of Hybrid Automata", in Siemens Medienkunstpreis, Karlsruhe: ZKM Center for Art and Media, 1995, pp 72-75. (German)
    • "Divadlo hybridních automatů", Iluminace 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 205-208. [30] (Czech)
  • Woody Vasulka, "Notes on Exhibitions: From Printed Matter to Non-centric Space", in Steina and Woody Vasulka. Machine Media, ed. Marita Sturken, San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), 1996, pp 65-72.
  • Woody Vasulka, "Custodian of the Process" [1996], in Rosanna Albertini, Technological Rituals: Stories from the Annenberg Dialogues, Los Angeles: University of Southern California, Annenberg Center for Communication, 1999. [31] [32]
  • Woody Vasulka, "A Lecture delivered at NTT InterCommunication Center, Tokyo, September 13, 1998" [1998], in Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990, eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 392-399.
  • Woody Vasulka, [Articulations in Binary Code: Recollections (A Plenary Lecture by Woody Vasulka delivered on 4 April 2002 at the New Collaborations/Electronic Intersections Conference, Alfred University, New York State)] [2002], manuscript.
  • Steina Vasulka, "On Improvisation", Contemporary Music Review 25:5-6, Oct 2006, pp 405-406.
  • Woody Vasulka, "The Commission", Illuminace 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 209-216. [34] (Czech)
  • Woody Bohuslav Vašulka, doctor honoris causa, Prague: Akademie múzických umění v Praze, 2011, 26 pp. Laudatio by Tomáš Ruller, honorary lecture by Woody Vasulka (written Oct 2011, given 16 Nov 2011), essay by Arnold Dreyblatt. [35] (Czech),(English)

Interviews, conversations[edit]

The following bibliography has been derived from exhibition catalogues and the Vasulka.org archives. Video interviews are listed separately.

  • Stewart Kranz, "Interview: Woody Vasulka", in Science and Technology in the Arts, New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1974, pp 281-282.
  • Woody Vasulka, Jon Burris, Robert Polidori, Steina Vasulka, Jan Sutcliffe, "Conversation", [16 Oct 1977], 30 pp, transcript.
  • Charles Hagen, "A Syntax of Binary Images: An Interview with Woody Vasulka", Afterimage 6:1-2, Summer 1978, pp 20-31; repr. in Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990, eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 420-441; repr. in Mémoires vives: From Nam June Paik to Sliders_Lab, ed. Jean-Marie Dallet, Tielt: Lannoo, 2019, pp 148-171.
    • "Syntax binárních obrazů", Iluminace 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 159-178. (Czech)
  • Robert A. Haller, "Interview with Steina" [28 Oct 1980] (program notes for the series Video Art Review), New York: Anthology Film Archives, and Electronic Arts Intermix, Mar 1981; repr. in Video Texts, New York: Anthology Film Archives, 1983, pp 14-15; repr. in Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990, eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008.
  • Gene Youngblood, "Interview with the Vasulkas" [c.1981], in Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990, eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 442-455. Manuscript.
  • Steina, Woody Vasulka, [Studios], Santa Fe, NM, [10 May 1984], manuscript.
  • MaLin Wilson, "Interview with Steina", in Scapes of Paradoxy: The Southwest and Iceland (exh. brochure), Albuquerque, NM: Jonson Gallery, University of New Mexico, 1986.
  • Steina, Peter Weibel, Woody Vasulka, Gene Youngblood, "Santa Fe Talks", [12 Jul 1987], 73 pp, transcript.
  • "Special Discussion: Woody & Steina Vasulka plus Nobuhiro Kawanaka", in Experimental Film/Video: Tokyo, Tokyo: Image Forum Festival, 1988, p 16.
  • Michael Goldberg, "A Place in History for Video Art: A Discussion with Steina and Woody Vasulka", Video Com Magazine 45, Mar 1988, pp 174-175. (Japanese)
  • Woody and Steina Vasulka, Don Foresta, Christiane Carlut, "A Conversation", Paris, [5 Dec 1992]; printed as "A Conversation between Steina and Woody Vasulka, Don Foresta and Christiane Carlut", in Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990, eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, Karlsruhe: ZKM, and MIT Press, 2008, pp 498-507. [42]
  • Ladislav Vencálek, "Potřebujeme umění, abychom neuvízli v pasti současného digitálního světa: Rozhovor s Woodym Vasulkou", Svobodné slovo 87:132, 1995. (Czech)
  • Chris Hill, "Interview with Woody Vasulka", The Squealer, Summer 1995; repr. in Buffalo Heads: Media Study, Media Practice, Media Pioneers, 1973-1990, eds. Woody Vasulka and Peter Weibel, MIT Press, 2008. Transcript?.
  • Erkki Huhtamo, "An Interview with Woody Vasulka at his Santa Fe, N.M. Studio, 2 March 1998", in Woody Vasulka: The Brotherhood: A Series of Six Interactive Media Constructions, ed. Ronald Christ, Tokyo: NTT InterCommunication Center, 1998, pp 30-33, 44-45, 56-59, 68-69, 78, 81, 96-99. (Japanese)/(English)
    • "Rozhovor s Woodym Vasulkou. Druhého března 1998, v jeho ateliéru v Santa Fe v Novém Mexiku", trans. Jakub Kučera, Iluminace 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 179-187. (Czech)
  • "Virtuální houbaření Steiny a Woodyho Vasulkových", Film a doba 52:4, Prague: Orbis, 2006. (Czech)
  • "Orbits of Fortune with Steina and Gene Youngblood", in Steina: 1970-2000, Santa Fe, NM: SITE, 2008, pp 21-48.
  • Martin Blažíček, "Sitney - Vasulka: Obraz videa je tak nepříjemně čistý", Cinepur 61, Prague, Jan 2009. (Czech)
  • Vilém Faltýnek, "Dr. Woody Vasulka", Memory of Nations, Oct 2015. Oral history interview, audio and summary in Czech, English summary. Full audio available upon free registration. (Czech),(English)

Literature[edit]

The following bibliography has been derived from exhibition catalogues, Dolanová 2011 and the Vasulka.org archives.

Monographs[edit]

Essays, book chapters, reviews[edit]

  • David L. Shirey, "Video Art Turns to Abstract Imagery", New York Times, 4 Jul 1972, p 6. Review of the Video Festival, organised by the Vasulkas, which was held at The Kitchen in July 1972.
  • Jud Yalkut, "Woody and Steina Vasulka: The Vocabulary of Electronic Image", [1973], manuscript.
  • John Minkowsky, "Some Notes on Vasulka Video - 1973-1974", in The Moving Image Statewide: 13 Tapes by 8 Videomakers (program notes), New York: SUNY, 1978.
    • "Několik poznámek k videu Vasulkových v letech 1973-1974", Iluminace 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 31-39. [45] (Czech)
  • Jean-Paul Fargier, "Buffalo ou la Video a l'Heure des Vasulkas", Cahiers du Cinema, Paris, Mar 1980, p 15. (French)
  • Jean-Paul Fargier, "Vasulka Video", Liberation, Paris, 24 Feb 1982. (French)
  • Olivier Salvatori, "Extremistes technologiques", Liberation, Paris, 25 Feb 1982. (French)
  • Guy Fihman, Claudine Eizykman, "Trames Entrecroisees. Remarques sur la culture artistique des technologies de l'image electronique dans l'oeuvre de Steina et Woody Vasulka", in Steina et Woody Vasulka: Vidéastes: 1969-1984, 2nd ed., rev. & corr., ed. Dominique Willoughby, Paris: Ciné-MBXA/Cinédoc, 1984, pp 7-10. (French)
  • Bernard Degroote, "Vasulka: The Commission. Pour un formalisme expressioniste", Vidéodoc 69, Brussels, Apr 1984, pp 14-19. (French)
  • Pierre Bongiovanni, Jean Marie Duhard, Jean-Paul Fargier, "Hommage a Steina et Woody Vasulka", in 2e Manifestation Internationale de Video, Montbeliard: Manifestation Internationale de Video, 1984, pp 244-251. (French)
  • Gene Youngblood, "Cinema and the Code", Computer Art in Context: SIGGRAPH 89 (exh.cat., supplement to Leonardo), eds. Marc Resch and Pamela Grant-Ryan, Pergamon Press, 1989, pp 27-30; repr. in Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea, ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, 48-58; repr. in Future Cinema: The Cinematographic Imagery after Film, eds. Jeffrey Shaw and Peter Weibel, MIT Press, 2003, pp 156-161. Manuscript.
    • "Il cinema e l’immagine numerica", in Steina e Woody Vasulka: Video, Media e Nuove Immagini nell’Arte Contemporanea, ed. Marco Maria Gazzano, Rome: Fahrenheit 451, 1995, pp 45-59. (Italian)
  • Raymond Bellour, "Les images du monde", in 3e Semaine International de Video, Geneva: St. Gervais Geneve, 1989, pp 44-56. (French)
    • "The Images of the World", in Resolutions: Contemporary Video Practices, eds. Michael Renov and Erika Suderburg, University of Minnesota Press, 1995. [47]
  • Peter Callas, "In the Land of Elevator Girls", in Traversals: Instructions to the Double, Long Beach, CA: Long Reach Museum of Art, 1990, p 13. Catalogue text.
  • Liz Rymland, "Three Tapes by Steina", in Illuminating Video: An Essential Guide to Video Art, eds. Doug Hall and Sally Jo Fifer, New York: Aperture, 1990, pp 471-475, OL.
  • Robert Ashley, "Beginning of a Movement", in The Kitchen Turns Twenty: A Retrospective Anthology, ed. Lee Morrisey, New York: The Kitchen, 1992, pp 99-100.
  • Wolfgang Preikschat, "The Vasulkas: Vom Video-Feedback zur hybriden Interaktion", Kunstforum International 117, 1992, pp 184-193. [48] (German)
  • Wolfgang Preikschat, "Die Vasulkas", in Technology, ed. Leigh Landy, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1992, pp 67-78. [49] (German)
  • Radek Pilař, "Steina a Woody Vasulka – objevitelé nových světů", Videorevue 2:2, 1993. (Czech)
  • Marita Sturken, "Steina and Woody Vasulka: In Dialogue with the Machine", in Steina and Woody Vasulka. Machine Media, ed. Marita Sturken, San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), 1996, pp 35-48.
  • Maureen Turim, Scott Nygren, "Reading the Tools, Writing the Image", in Steina and Woody Vasulka. Machine Media, ed. Marita Sturken, San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), 1996, pp 49-64. Manuscript.
    • "Číst nástroje, psát obraz", Iluminace 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 49-70. (Czech)
  • Matthew Drutt, "Borealis, 1993", in Mediascape, New York: Guggenheim Museum, and Karlsruhe: ZKM, 1996, pp 50, 54. [51]
  • Mona Sarkis, "The Vasulkas Non-Centric but Holistic Space", in Woody & Steina Vasulka: A Retrospective, Rome, 1996, pp 87-90.
  • Mona Sarkis, "Woody & Steina Vasulka", in Sarkis, Blick, Stimme und (k)ein Körper. Der Einsatz elektronischer Medien im Theater und in interaktiven Installationen, Stuttgart: M&P, 1997, pp 201-222. [54] [55] (German)
  • Miloš Vojtěchovský, "Woody Vasulka a utopie autonomního díla", [2002]. (Czech)
    • "Woody Vasulka: The Utopia of an Autonomous World and Autonomous Work", in Lanterna magika: nouvelles technologies dans l’art tchèque du XXe siècle / New Technologies in Czech Art of the 20th Century, eds. Camille Morineau and Vít Havránek, Prague: KANT, and Paris: Espace Electra, 2002. (English)
    • "Woody Vasulka: l'utopie d'un monde autonome et d'un travail autonome", in Lanterna magika: nouvelles technologies dans l’art tchèque du XXe siècle / New Technologies in Czech Art of the 20th Century, eds. Camille Morineau and Vít Havránek, Prague: KANT, and Paris: Espace Electra, 2002. (French)
  • Dennis Dollens, "Woody Vasulka", in Dollens, De lo digital a lo analógico, Barcelona: Gili, 2002. (Spanish)
  • Robert Haller, "Steina and Woody Vasulka", in Future Cinema: The Cinematographic Imagery after Film, eds. Jeffrey Shaw and Peter Weibel, MIT Press, 2003.
  • Iluminace 18(2): "Woody Vasulka and the Czech Art Tradition of Electronic Image", ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006. With DVD Virtuální houbaření / Virtual Mushrooming. Editorial. [56] [57]. Review: Havránková (A2). (Czech)
  • Gerald O'Grady, [Woody Vasulka's Spherical Knowledge. From Pinhole Camera to Pinball Machine], n.d.
    • "Sférické poznání Woodyho Vasulky. Od dírkové kamery k otvorům v pinballu", trans. Ivan Vomáčka, Iluminace 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 9-30. (Czech)
  • Vít Janeček, "A my jsme byli modernisti. Moravské a české počátky Woodyho Vasulky", Iluminace 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 87-102. (Czech)
  • Lenka Dolanová, "Co to tam vařili? Kuchaři, jejich Kitchen a chuť čerstvého videa", Iluminace 18:2, ed. Lenka Dolanová, Prague: NFA, 2006, pp 103-131. (Czech)
  • Chris Meigh-Andrews, "Vasulka Tapes", in Vasulka Lab 1969-2005: Live Archive, ed. Yasmeen Baig-Clifford, Birmingham: Vivid, 2006. [58]
  • Chris Meigh-Andrews, "The Vasulkas: Dialoguing with Tools", in Meigh-Andrews, A History of Video Art, Berg, 2006; 2nd ed., Bloomsbury, 2014, pp 148-155.
  • Steve Dietz, "Steina: A Machine in the Garden", in Steina: 1970-2000, Santa Fe, NM: SITE, 2008, pp 13-20.
  • Yvonne Spielmann, "Conceptual Synchronicity: Intermedial Encounters between Film, Video and Computer", in Expanded Cinema: Art, Performance, Film, eds. A. L. Rees, Duncan White, Steven Ball and David Curtis, London: Tate Publishing, 2011, pp 194-201; exp. version, Aniki 2(1): "Cinema Expandido", ed. Susana Viegas, Feb 2015, pp 8-20.
  • Arnold Dreyblatt, "The Vasulkas", in Woody Bohuslav Vašulka, doctor honoris causa, Prague: Akademie múzických umění v Praze, 2011, pp 23-26.
    • "The Vasulkas", in Woody Bohuslav Vašulka, doctor honoris causa, Prague: Akademie múzických umění v Praze, 2011, pp 15-21. (Czech)
  • Yvonne Spielmann, "Medienkunst als Intervention: Steina Vasulka, Gina Czarnecki und Seiko Mikami", in Ada Lovelace. Die Pionierin der Computertechnik und ihre Nachfolgerinnen, ed. Sybille Krämer, Fink, 2015, pp 195-211. [62] (German)
  • Maciej Wójcicki, "W stronę autonomii obrazu elektronicznego: twórczość wideo Woody'ego i Steiny Vasulków w latach 1974-1980", in Trajektorie obrazów. Strategie wizualne w sztuce, eds. Ryszard Kluszczyński and Dagmara Rode, Łódź, 2015. (Polish)
  • Halldór Björn Runólfsson, "The Kitchen: An Offspring of Steina and Woody Vasulka", in A Cultural History of the Avant-Garde in the Nordic Countries 1950-1975, eds. Tania Ørum and Jesper Olsson, Rodopi, 2016, pp 88-95. [63]
  • Halldór Runólfson, "Reflections on the Brotherhood", in Mémoires vives: From Nam June Paik to Sliders_Lab, ed. Jean-Marie Dallet, Tielt: Lannoo, 2019, pp 74-85. [64]
  • Anne Sedes, Marc Billon, "Generative Alu Forms No. 1: A Musician’s Approach to the Vasulkas’ Legacy", in Mémoires vives: From Nam June Paik to Sliders_Lab, ed. Jean-Marie Dallet, Tielt: Lannoo, 2019, pp 172-206.

Theses[edit]

  • Halldór Björn Runólfsson, Les limites de l'art et l'oeuvre de Steina Vasulka, Paris: Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2006, 169 pp. PhD dissertation. (French)

Documentary films, video interviews[edit]

  • Steina & Woody Vasulka, eds. Lenka Dolanová and Michal Kindernay, 2006, 41 min. Contains fragments from Connor's, Rubin's and Kirby's documentaries. [71]
  • Steina and Woody Vasulka, dir. Terry Flaxton, 2010, 54 min. An interview; part of Flaxton's A Verbatim History of the Aesthetics and Technologies of Digital Cinematography. Director.
  • Steina & Woody, dir. Joan Grossman and Chris Shaw, in progress. Trailer. Director.

Video documentation[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Dolanová 2011
  2. Berg 2019b
  3. Listed as a group in Vasulka.org and Berg 2019b. Listed as separate videos in Dolanová 2011.
  4. Dolanová 2011
  5. Dolanová 2011
  6. Dolanová 2011
  7. Dolanová 2011
  8. Dolanová 2011
  9. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  10. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  11. Listed in Cathcart 1978:42, Willoughby 1984:49. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.
  12. Listed in Dolanová 2011. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b.
  13. Listed in Vasulka.org and Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  14. Berg 2019a attributes the work to Woody, Dolanová 2011 to both Woody and Steina. Unlisted in Vasulka.org and Berg 2019b.
  15. Dolanová 2011
  16. Berg 2019a
  17. Dolanová 2011
  18. Berg 2019a
  19. Listed in Cathcart 1978:43, Willoughby 1984:50, Dolanová 2009. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.
  20. Listed in Cathcart 1978:43, Dolanová 2011. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b.
  21. Listed in Cathcart 1978:44, Willoughby 1984:50. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.
  22. Listed in Cathcart 1978:44, Willoughby 1984:50, Dolanová 2009. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.
  23. Dolanová 2011
  24. Berg 2019b
  25. Listed in Cathcart 1978:44, Willoughby 1984:50, Dolanová 2009. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.
  26. Dolanová 2011
  27. Berg 2019b
  28. Dolanová 2011
  29. Berg 2019b
  30. Dolanová 2011
  31. Berg 2019b
  32. Berg 2019a attributes the work to Woody; Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b to both Woody and Steina.
  33. Dolanová 2011
  34. Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b
  35. Dolanová 2011
  36. Berg 2019b
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  38. Berg 2019b
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  43. Vasulka.org, Calthart 1978:47, Willoughby 1984:52, Dolanová 2011
  44. Berg 2019b
  45. Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b
  46. Listed in Calthart 1978:47, Willoughby 1984:52. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.
  47. Dolanová 2011
  48. Berg 2019b
  49. Dolanová 2011
  50. Berg 2019b
  51. Listed in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  52. Listed under "Other video work" in Vasulka.org. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.
  53. Berg 2019b attributes the work to Steina, while Vasulka.org and Berg 2019a attributes it to both Steina and Woody. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  54. Berg 2019a erroneously dates it to 1984
  55. Berg 2019a
  56. Berg 2019b
  57. Listed under "Other video work" in Vasulka.org. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  58. Listed as Doris Cross under "Other video work" in Vasulka.org. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  59. Berg 2019b
  60. Vasulka.org
  61. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011.
  62. Listed in Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  63. Listed in Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  64. Dolanová 2011
  65. Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b
  66. Listed in Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b. In Cathcart 1978:45, Dolanová 2011 listed as a single-channel video.
  67. Listed in Berg 2019a, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  68. Listed in Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  69. Calthart 1978:50, Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a
  70. Dolanová 2011
  71. Dolanová 2011
  72. Berg 2019a
  73. Dolanová 2011
  74. Berg 2019a
  75. Calthart 1978:50, Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a
  76. Dolanová 2011
  77. Dolanová 2011
  78. Berg 2019a
  79. Berg 2019a
  80. Dolanová 2011
  81. Dolanová 2011
  82. Berg 2019a
  83. Dolanová 2011
  84. Berg 2019a
  85. Dolanová 2011
  86. Berg 2019a
  87. Calthart 1978:50, Willoughby 1984:56
  88. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  89. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  90. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  91. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  92. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  93. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  94. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  95. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  96. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  97. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  98. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  99. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  100. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  101. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  102. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  103. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  104. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  105. Listed in Vasulka.org and Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  106. Dolanová 2011
  107. Berg 2019a
  108. Dolanová 2011
  109. Berg 2019a
  110. Dolanová 2011
  111. Berg 2019a
  112. Dolanová 2011
  113. Berg 2019a
  114. Dolanová 2011
  115. Berg 2019a
  116. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011
  117. Dolanová 2011
  118. Berg 2019a
  119. Dolanová 2011
  120. Berg 2019a
  121. Dolanová 2011
  122. Berg 2019a
  123. Dolanová 2011
  124. Berg 2019a
  125. Dolanová 2011
  126. Berg 2019a
  127. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  128. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  129. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  130. Listed in Calthart 1978:52, Willoughby 1984:57, Dolanová 2009. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019a.
  131. Listed in Calthart 1978:52, Willoughby 1984:57. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019a.
  132. Listed in Calthart 1978:52, Willoughby 1984:57. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019a.
  133. Listed in Calthart 1978:52, Willoughby 1984:58. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019a.
  134. Listed in Calthart 1978:52, Willoughby 1984:58. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019a.
  135. Listed as a film in Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a.
  136. Listed as a film in Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a.
  137. Listed as a film in Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  138. Listed as a film in Willoughby 1984:56, Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  139. Listed in Dolanová 2011. Unlisted in Berg 2019a.
  140. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  141. Listed in Berg 2019a. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  142. Calthart 1978:44 and Dolanová 2011 attributes the work to Woody and Steina, however Vasulka.org and Berg 2019b lists it as Steina's work.
  143. Dolanová 2011
  144. Berg 2019b
  145. Listed in Dolanová 2011. Unlisted in Berg 2019b.
  146. Listed in Calthart 1978:48, Willoughby 1984:53. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.
  147. Willoughby 1984:53
  148. Dolanová 2011
  149. Berg 2019b
  150. Listed in Calthart 1978:48, Willoughby 1984:53. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.
  151. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  152. Listed in Calthart 1978:48, Willoughby 1984:53. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.
  153. Dolanová 2011
  154. Berg 2019b
  155. Listed in Willoughby 1984:53. Unlisted in Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011, Berg 2019b.
  156. Dolanová 2011
  157. Berg 2019b
  158. Attributed to Steina in Berg 2019b. Listed as "Other video work" and attributed to both Steina and Woody in Vasulka.org. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  159. Berg 2019b
  160. Vasulka.org
  161. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  162. Dolanová 2011
  163. Berg 2019b
  164. Vasulka.org dates it to 1977.
  165. Dolanová 2011
  166. Berg 2019b
  167. Dolanová 2011
  168. Berg 2019b
  169. Dolanová 2011
  170. Berg 2019b
  171. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  172. Dolanová 2011
  173. Berg 2019b
  174. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011. Vasulka.org refers to it as Summer Salt Making.
  175. Dolanová 2011 and Vasulka.org attributes the work to Steina, Berg 2019b to both Woody and Steina.
  176. Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011
  177. Berg 2019b
  178. Dolanová 2011
  179. Berg 2019b
  180. Listed in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  181. Berg 2019b
  182. Vasulka.org
  183. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  184. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  185. Listed under "Other video work" in Vasulka.org. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  186. Berg 2019b
  187. Vasulka.org
  188. Berg 2019b
  189. Vasulka.org, Dolanová 2011
  190. Dolanová 2011
  191. Berg 2019b
  192. Listed in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  193. Vasulka.org
  194. Berg 2019b
  195. Dolanová 2011
  196. Berg 2019b
  197. Dolanová 2011
  198. Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b
  199. Dolanová 2011
  200. Berg 2019b
  201. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  202. Listed in Vasulka.org, Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  203. Vasulka.org
  204. Berg 2019b
  205. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  206. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  207. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  208. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  209. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  210. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  211. Listed in Berg 2019b. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  212. Dolanová 2011
  213. Berg 2019b
  214. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  215. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  216. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  217. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.
  218. Dolanová 2011
  219. Berg 2019b
  220. Unlisted in Dolanová 2011.

See also[edit]

Czech_Republic#Video_art

Links[edit]

  • Vasulka Archive, Daniel Langlois Foundation, Cinémathèque québécoise, Montréal