Publications by Victoria Vesna (2005 - 2017)


“Media Art in the context of Art, Science and the Market: A Historical Perspective”. (co-authored with Claudia Schnugg). Arts and Business: Building a Common Ground for Understanding Society. (ed. Raviola E., Zackariasson, P.) Routledge. Source


“Games of Chance: Explorations into Our Animal Selves”. Handbook of Digital Games and Entertainment Technologies (ed. Ryohei Nakatsu • Matthias Rauterberg Paolo Ciancarini). Pg. 777. Springer Singapore. Source

Art + Brain symposium catalog. (with Patricia Olynyk). UCLA Art Sci center + Lab. Link


In Press: “Games of Chance: Explorations into Animal Senses and Potentials” (co-authored with Siddharth Ramakrishnan) / Handbook for Digital Games and Entertainment Technologies, Springer (ed. Sudevan, K.) Source


“Blue Morph.” “Art Line” Catalogue. (pp.104-107). Source

Evolution of Artificial Soundscape in Natural Environment. Maruyama, Doi, Masumori, Oka, Ikegami, Taylor, C.


“Vibrations Matter: Collective Blue Morph Effect”. AI & Society, Volume 27, Issue 2, pp 319-323. Source

Context Providers: Conditions of Meaning in Media Arts. Margo Lovejoy, Christiane Paul, Victoria Vesna. Gold Wall Press, China.

“Science Labs as Artist Studios/Laboratoria naukowe jako pracownie artystow.” Pp 15-21. Towards the Third Culture: The Co-Existence of Art, Science, and Technology. Art+Science Meeting.

“Art|Science Collaborations: Being in Between.” pp73-75. “An envelope for arts, sciences, politics and us mixing realities and mediating myths & methods.” Deifel, Valerie. Kraeftner, Bernd. Widrich, Virgirl (Eds.). SpringerWeinNewYork. Vienna.

“Mind and Body Shifting: From Networks to Nanosystems.” 2012. Pp 54-56. Nature. Kastner, Jeffrey (Ed.). Whitechapel Gallery. London. MIT Press. Massachusetts.


Interview: “Cielesnosc Nanoprezestrzeni: Z Victoria Vesna rozmawia Dobrilla Denegri.” Artluk, 1/2011. Pp. 50-57.


"Context Providers: Conditions of Meaning in Digital Arts". Co-editor with Margot Lovejoy and Christiane Paul, Intellect, UK. Source

“Toward a Third Culture: Being In Between.” 2001. pp 275. Shanken, Edward, Art and Electronic Media. 2010.

“Blue Morph: Metaphor and Metamorphosis.” Victoria Vesna, James Gimzewski. ACM Multimedia 2010: 1403-2404.

Co-authored with Siddharth Ramakrishnan. “Metamorphosis of a Human Animal: Hox Zodiac”. Source

Making Reality Really Real: Reflections on Art, Technology and Consciousness. Ed. Ascott, Gangvik, Jahrmann. Conference proceedings.


"Digital Aesthetics: Two Handbooks" Book Review of Christiane Paul, New Media in the White Cube and Beyond and Victoria Vesna, Database Aesthetics in Art Journal, Vol. 68, No. 3 (Fall 2009): 112-115.


"Databases are Us" in Cognition, Communication, and Interaction: Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Interactive Technology. Ed. Satinder P. Gill. Springer-Verlag 2008. Pg. 517-525. PDF

"Toward a Third Culture: Being In Between" Art and Electronic Media. Phaidon Press. 2008. Source

"Arts and Activism" introduction. Catalog. UCLA School of the Arts.


“Database Aesthetics.” Source Editor. University of Minnesota Press. Source


“Mel Chin: Provocative Eco-Art in Action,” ArtJournal, Vol. 65, No. 1, Spring 2006. Source


"NANO: An Exhibition of Scale and Senses.” Leonardo Vol. 38, Issue 4 - August 2005. PDF

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