Publications: Book Chapters


Schnugg, Claudia, Creating ArtScience Collaboration: Bringing Value to Organizations. 126, 156

Connor, Michael ed., The Art Happens Here: Net Art Anthology. 1.15-1.17


Crowther, Paul, Digital Art, Aesthetic Creation: The Birth of a Medium. (pp. 164– 168, 169), Routledge Source

Schnugg, Claudia A.: „Blockchain and Bodies© Incorporated: Media Arts Screening Economic Innovation 2.0″ in: Cuonz, D., Loren, S. and Metelmann J. (Eds) Screening Economies: Money Matters and the Ethics of Representation. Bielefeld: transcript, pp. 31-46 Source


Søndergaard, Morten. "BIO MEDIA ART: Aesthetic Paradigms in the Wet Zone." Leonardo Electronic Almanac.


Weibel, P., Fruk, L. Molecular Aesthetics. ZKM, MIT Press. (Pp 184-87).

Harrison, Dew (ed.) Digital Media and Technologies for Virtual Artistic Spaces. (pp 198-200)

Thomas, Paul. NanoArt: The Immateriality of Art. (Pp 4, 12, 19, 25, 70). Chicago Press.


Schlachetzki, Sarah M. Fusing Lab and Gallery: Device Art in Japan and International Nano Art. Transcipt. Verlag, Bielefeld. (p. 100-115)


Wilson, Stephen. Art + Science Now: How scientific research and technological innovation are becoming key to 21st century aesthetics. Thames and Hudson. (p. 86).

Chepelyk, Oksana. Interaction of Architectural Spaces. Art and New Technologies. Modern Art Research Institute of Ukraine. (pp. 200 – 212).


Shanken, Edward. Art and Electronic Media. Phaidon Press. (pp. 156, 275).


Wands, Bruce. Art of the Digital Age. Thames & Hudson, 2006, 2005. (pp. 110 – 111, 192 – 193).

Popper, Frank. From Technological to Virtual Art. MIT Press, 2005, 2004. (pp. 322 – 326).

Lovejoy, Margot. Digital Currents: Art in the Electronic Age. Routledge. (pp. 170 – 172).

Baumgartel, Tilman. 2.0. Eesti Kunstiakadeemia 2006. (pp. 91 – 96).


Greene, Rachel. Internet Art. Thames & Hudson. June. (p. 108)


Weintraub, Linda. "Choosing your Mission: Creating time for Busy People." In the Making: Creative Options for Contemporary Art. Art Publishers. (pp. 284 – 293).

Hayles, Katherine. ed. “Connecting the Quantum Dots: Nanotechscience and Culture.”; and De Souza e Silva, Adriana, “The Invisible Imagery: Museum Spaces, Hybrid reality and Nanotechnology.” Nanoculture: Implications of the New Technoscience. (pp. 11 – 46). PDF

Wald, Carol Ann, “Working Boundaries in the Nano Exhibition”; all essays in Nanoculture: Implications of the New Technoscience.

Shohat, Ella and Robert Stam, eds. Multiculturalism, Postcoloniality, and Transnational Media. Rutgers University Press. (pp. 307 – 312).

Paul, Christiane. Digital Art. Thames & Hudson, (pp. 168-169).

Jones, Amelia. The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader. Routledge. (pp. 540-544).


Perissinoto, Paula e Barreto, Ricardo. Internet Art: Digital Culture. São Paulo : Paço das Artes, 2002, Brasil. (pp. 91 -121).

Wilson, Stephen. Information Arts. The MIT Press, 2002. (pp. 151-153, 829).

Flanagan, Mary. "Reload: Rethinking Women & Cyberculture." Interview by Tara MacPherson. MIT Press. (pp. 252 – 258).

Hayles, Katherine. “Flesh and Metal: Reconfiguring the Midbody in Virtual Environments”. In Semiotic Flesh: Information & the Human Body. Thrutle, P, Mitchell, R., Walter Chapin Simpson. (pp. 63 - 68)


Juhasz, Alexandra. "Women of Vision Histories in Feminist Film and Video." University of Minnesota Press. (pp. 235 – 247).


Baumgartel, Tilman. “” Interview by Tilman Baumgartel. Verlag für Moderne Kunst Nürnberg. (pp. 102 – 105).

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