2004

UCLA News, "At the Intersection of Art and Science: nano." Jan.


Joch, Alan. "In Museums, No Stodginess on Display", Architectural Record, January


UCLA Academic Technology Services, "nano Exhibit Opens at LACMA; buckyballs Bounce in the Portal", January


Daily News, Running feature piece on the "nano at nite" event. Apr 20.


NOHO, Full story by Lauren Michele. Jan 6.


L.A. City Beat, Listed as one of the top 7 events to attend for the week. Jan 5.


Ventura County Sun, Full story by Jeff Favre. Jan 8.


New York Times Syndicate, The New York Times News Service distributed the article written by Stephen Lovgren for the National Geographic web site. It is distributed to their entire list of national and international papers, including Denver Post, Boston Globe, SF Chronicle, Seattle PI, and others. Dec 31.


Park La Brea News/Beverly Press: Rob Gard ran a full feature on the exhibition.


"Women's Wear Daily": Story by Faye Hanson focusing on the future by Otis fashion students to be presented in nano.


Inland Valley Daily Tribune, Full story by Denise Roberts. Jan 5.


La Canada Valley Sun, Full story on the NANO exhibition.


San Mateo County Times, reduced version of New Times Story by Laurel Graeber Monthly Publications. Jan 10.


Los Angeles Magazine, nano listed as one of top ten events to attend in Los Angeles. Jan.


Flaunt, Amy Wendt covered the exhibition. Jan.


Architectural Record, Alan Joch is writing a piece on the increasing role of architecture and technology in art exhibitions and nano will be prominently featured. Also featured on Web site in Jan. Feb.


Southwest Airlines, Paul Zamanek, full feature for the in-flight magazine. Feb.


Distinction Magazine, Laurie Pike is covering in calendar section, Town & Country (cirq: 442,000). Jan.


Women’s Wear Daily, Story by Faye Hanson. Jan.


Venice Magazine, Calendar listing with images. Jan.


VEDA (Brazil, 1.2 million cirq), Full story by Luis Veronese.


Woman, Full story by Paz Mata.


Larchmont Chronicle, Full story of the exhibition with images. Dec.


Electronic Coverage

NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, David Stephen is producing a feature on Nano

Camera crew and arts correspondent

Jeffrey Brown conducted interviews in Mar, KNBC (Dec 27) Interview

Good Day LA Weekend

KCRW-FM (Dec 30) Positive review by Edward Goldman on his program "Art Talk"

National Geographic.com (Dec 5) Stefan Lovgren wrote full feature for the web site

Swedish NPR (Mar) Claes Andreasson produced a full spot for the radio

Beverly Hills Outlook website

AOL City Guide: Review by Sara Cody

Brentwood Magazine OnLine; La Opinion website

AOL Digital City: Running several spots on the "nano at nite" event

GoCityKids: spotlighting the "nano at nite" event.

2003

Jones, Amelia. "The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader".

Routledge. Pg. 540-544.


Paul, Christiane. "Digital Art". Thames & Hudson. Pg. 168-169.


LACMALab presents nano: a Media Arts & Science Exhibition Making Nanoscience Visible, Tangible, and Experiential for Visitors of All Ages". News Release, Nov.


Johnson, Reed. "A Quantum Leap: The brave, new 'nano' world is explored in a multidisciplinary exhibit at LACMA". Los Angeles Times, Dec 22.


Jorgensen, Darren, and Rachel Petkewich. "Scientists Create Bonds with Artists." Analytical Chemistry (2003): 167 - 173. Web. 1 April 2003.


Karoub, Jeffrey. "Artist and Scientist pass the bucky." In: Smalltimes, p. 7. March/April.


Vontz, Andrew. "In the Future, Every Molecule Will Have 15 Minutes of Fame". Los Angeles Times Magazine, Aug 31.


Lee, Cynthia. "The Art of Science". UCLA Magazine, Spring.


Wertheim, Margaret. "Buckyballs and Screaming Cells—The amazing miniature world of UCLA chemist Jim Gimzewski", LA Weekly, Apr 4 – 10.


Roberts, Denise. "Exhibit mixes art, science to showcase small stuff", U-Daily News, Dec 31.


Lovgren, Stefan. "Can Art Make Nanotechnology Easier to Understand?" National Geographic News, Dec. 23.


Sheets, Hilary M. "Please Touch: Looking to attract new audiences and engage kids of all ages, museums are reinventing themselves in wonderfully creative ways", Town and Country, Oct.


Workplace Connection, "The Wonderful World of...nano". Nov/Dec.


World Nano-Economic Congress Cutting Edge E-Newsletter, "Interactive Buckyballs Exhibit at WNEC", Issue 4, June 16.


Meiller, Renee. "Nighttime nanotech art installation at UW-Madison", University of Wisconsin, Madison news release, June 10.

2002

Martin, S. "Media Arts@Science: Towards a Collaborative Culture". In: UCLA Arts Journal, Vol. 6, no. 1.


Rackham, Melinda. "BEAP: Interactions, Intersections." In: New Media Scan. Sep.


Quintero, Fernando. "Digital Arts: The Evolution of A Discipline". In: UC TLtC News and Events, Mar.


Chinese Ezine (translation needed). "Artunion." Arts.Tom.Com.


Hayles, Katherine. “Flesh and Metal: Reconfiguring the Mindbody in virtual Environments”, in Semiotic flesh: Information & the Human Body, ed. P.Thurtle and R. Mitchell, U. of Washington Press. pp. 62-66.

2001

Timothy Druckrey/Peter Weibel (eds.) “net_condition. Art and global media”. pp. 302¬ – 303. Cambridge, MA.


Dietz, Steve. "Words of Wisom: A Curator's Vade Mecum on Contemporary Art – Curating New Media". Independent Curators International. pp. 49-52.


Himmelsbach, Sabine. "Body Check". Ethik & Unterricht". Feb 2001.


Spingarn-Koff, Jason. "telematic, exhibition, art world, data, interact, education" Rhizome Digest. Feb 12.


Helfland, Glen. "'Telematic Connections: The Virtual Embrace' Technology Wraps Its Conceptual Arms Around You". San Francisco Gate.com. Mar 1.


Bonetti, David. "Bay Area's Art Scene Becoming Digitally Enhanced". San Francisco Chronicle. Mar 1.


Altstatt, Rosanne, "Avatars and Others". 01 Edith Russ Site for Media Art Oldenburg. 2001.


Razumove, Inna. "Interview with Victoria Vesna: Datamining Bodies". Switch. May 15.


Gonzalez, Mark. "Databodies, Genitals and Living Forever". Switch. May 15.


Kusahara, Machiko. "What Happened to 'Net Art'". Intercommunication: A Journal Exploring the frontiers of art and technology". No. 37, Summer 2001, p. 145.


Noort, Tamar. "Publikation: The World Wolke". Bis Oldenburg. Sep.


Alstatt, Rosanne, "Avatare und Andere". Sonntags Journal Zeven. Sep 16.


"Handys benutzun". Nordwest- Zeitung. Sep 17.


Gardill, Ingrid, "Das Handy wird zum Kunstobjekt: Ganz nah am Zeitgeschehen: Die Ausstellung Avatare und andere" im Edith- Russ-Haus". Kultur Nordwest-Zeitung. Sep 18.


Gerwin, Marijke, "Medienkunst verarbeitet Amerika-Tragodie". Taz Bremen. Oct 4.


Bosco, R. and Caldana, S. "Una exposicion analiza el uso del avatar y de la identidad en el 'net art'". Ciberp@ias. Nov 1.


Meixner, Christiane. "Avatare und Andere"-Medienkunst in Oldenburg". Frankfurter Rundschau Online. Nov 11.


"Streams als Art-Performance". Streaming Business Magazine. Nov 16.


"Avatars and Others". Tema Celeste. Nov./Dec.

2000

Interview by Sylvie Parent, Editor Magazine électronique du CIAC. 11th edition.


Daniele Perra. Datamining Bodies. Il sole 24 ore, Italy.


Baker, Kenneth. "New Medium, New Messages?: 'Net Art' Symposium Raises More Questions Than It Answers". San Francisco Chronicle. Feb 21.


Prince, Patric D. "Computer Art in the New Millenium". IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications. Vol. 20, No. 1. Jan/Feb.


Video Profile: "L.A. Freewaves 7th Celebration of Experimental Media". L.A. Freewaves.


Tanni, Valentina. "Net Art Arte e comunicazione su Internet". Media Connection. Libri Scheiwiller.