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Selected Published Writings


Forthcoming

“Ken Goldberg” Grove Dictionary of Art. New York: Oxford University Press.

 
Forthcoming “Documentation, Archiving, and Interaction.” Media Libraries and Archives for the 21st Century. Gijon: LABoral. Forthcoming
chapter in
book, 5000
words.
2016

“New Media Art Exhibition Histories and Futures: Participation, audiences, documentation, collection.” In: Christiane Paul (ed.) A Companion to Digital Art (Blackwell Companions to Art History). New York: Wiley-Blackwell. 575-596.

Chapter in
book, 9000
words.
2015 “Critical Systems” In: The Lowry (ed.) Right Here, Right Now. Salford: The Lowry. 39-46.
Exhibition catalogue essay.
2015
[print]
“Open and Closed Systems.” In: Michelle Henning (ed.) International Handbook of Museum Studies series, Vol 3. Museum Media. Hoboken and Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. 449-472. London: Wiley Blackwell. Chapter in
book, 7000
words.
2014

(ed.) New Collecting: Exhibiting and Audiences after New Media Art. London: Ashgate.

Edited
book, 70,000
words.
2014

“Modes of Collecting.” In: Graham, Beryl (ed.) New Collecting: Exhibiting and Audiences after New Media Art. London: Ashgate.

Chapter in
book, 9000
words.
2014

“Histories of Interaction and Participation: Critical Systems from New Media Art.” In: Outi Remes, Laura MacCulloch, Marika Leino (eds.) Performativity in the Gallery: Staging Interactive Encounters. Oxford: Peter Lang. 64-83.

Chapter in
book, 9000
words.
2013 Smithsonian Institution Time-Based Media Art (TBMA) Working Group, interview by Crystal Sanchez  (2013) “Beryl Graham interview.” Report on the Status and Need for Technical Standards in the care of Time-Based Media and Digital Art.Washington DC: Smithsonian. Interview in
report.

2013
ebook

"Open and Closed Systems" In: Michelle Henning (ed.) International Handbook of Museum Studies series. Museum Media. Blackwell. Chapter in
book, 7000
words.
2013 “Exhibition Histories and New Media Behaviours.” Journal of Curatorial Studies, 2 (2 (summer)). 242-262 http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/jcs.2.2.242_1 Article in journal.
2012

“Self-InstItutIonalisatIon: Who, in what kInd of system?” On-Curating. Institution as Medium. Curating as Institutional Critique? Part II. Issue 13. Zurich: HGDK. 8-10.            

Article in journal.
2011 “Snapshots from Curating Mobility (if you build it, they won’t necessarily come).” In: Martin Rieser (ed.) The Mobile Audience. London: Rodopi. 109-125. Chapter in
book, 7000
words.
2011 “Amplification: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer” in Singapore Bienniale 2011 Catalogue. Singapore: Singapore Art Museum. 244-245. ISBN 978-981-08-8050-7. Article in catalogue.
2011 “Museums, New Media Art” in Jonathon P. Bowen, Stuart Dunn and Kia Ng (eds.) EVA London 2011: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts. London: BCS. 209-210. ISBN 978-1-906124-88-5. Chapter in
book, 7000
words.
2011 [Guest Curator] DEmaterial: Electronic Village Galleries. Exhibition online and in rural locations in Cornwall. http://evg.dematerial.org/ Curator.
2011 “Fabulous un-live post-hype behaviours” The Future Isn’t What it Used to Be. New York and Warsaw: Postmasters and Centrum Sztuki. Article in catalogue.
2010 co-authored with Sarah Cook, Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. Book.
2010 “What kind of participative system? Critical vocabularies from new media art.” In: Anna Dezeuze (ed.) The ‘Do-it-Yourself’ Artwork: Participation from Fluxus to New Media. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 281-305. Chapter in
book, 7000
words.
2010 Cook, Sarah, Beryl Graham, Verina Gfader and Axel Lapp (eds.) (2010) A brief history of curating new media art. Berlin: Green Box. Book.
2010 Cook, Sarah, Beryl Graham, Verina Gfader and Axel Lapp (eds.) (2010) A brief history of working with new media art. Berlin: Green Box. Book.
2010 “Tools, methods, practice, process ... and curation.” In: Gere, Charlie and Hazel Gardiner, Art Practice in a Digital Culture. Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities. London: Ashgate. 165-174. Chapter in
book, 7000
words.
2010 “Delicate Controls.” In: Manchester Art Gallery and Rafael Lozano Hemmer (eds.) Recorders: Rafael Lozano Hemmer. Manchester: Manchester Art Gallery. 14-19. Chapter in
book, 7000
words.
2009 “The ironic heirs of serendipity: British new media art 1980s to now.” In: Paul Brown, Charlie Gere, Nick Lambert, Catherine Mason (eds.) White Heat and Cold Logic: British computer arts 1960-1980. An historical and critical analysis. 401-420. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT. Chapter in
book, 7000
words.
2009 Cook, Sarah and Beryl Graham “New Media and Digital Art Overview.” China-UK: Connections Through Culture. Arts Overview. British Council. http://ctc.britishcouncil.org.cn/wiki/single?id=5814. Article.
2008 “Serious Games - case study.” In: Christiane Paul (ed.) Curating New Media. Berkeley: University of California Press. 191-206. Chapter in
book, 5000
words.
2008 with Verina Gfader “Curator as editor, translator or god? Edited CRUMB discussion list theme.” Vagueterrain, 11 <http://vagueterrain.net/journal11/crumb/01>. Article.
2007 “The Dark Side of Light: Ambivalent Interaction.” In: Lozano-Hemmer, Rafael & David Hill (eds.) Under Scan. Nottingham: East Midlands Development Agency. 57-62. Chapter in
book, 4000
words.
2007 Interview by Barnaby Drabble of Beryl Graham, and Sarah Cook, “Curating art after new media - On technology, transparency, preservation and play.” In: Eigenheer, Marianne, Barnaby Drabble and Dorothee Richter (eds) Curating Critique. ICE Reader 1. Frankfurt: Institute for Curatorship and Education and Revolver. 202-229. Chapter in
book, 6000
words.
2007 “Interaction/Participation: Disembodied performance in new media art.” In: Jonathan Harris (ed.) Dead History, Live Art? Spectacle, Subjectivity and Subversion in Visual Culture since the 1960s. Tate Liverpool Critical Forum, Volume 9. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press & Tate Liverpool. 241-263.
Chapter in
book, 6000
words.
2007 “Redefining digital art: Disrupting borders.” In: Sarah Kenderdine (ed.) Theorizing Digital Cultural Heritage. Cambridge: MIT. 93-112.
Forthcoming
chapter in
book, 6000
words.
2006 “Edits from a CRUMB discussion list theme.” In: Krysa, Joasia (ed.) Curating Immateriality: The work of the curator in the age of network systems. Data Browser 03. London: Autonomedia. 209-220. Chapter in
book, 5000
words.

2005

with Sarah Cook (Moderators) “Open Systems.” Tate Online Forums: C0dE 0f practice. [Online Panel 9 -18 July]. Available from URL: <http://www.tate.org.uk/contact/forums/onlineevents/>.

Moderators of discussion.

2004 "A dialogue with an idiot? Some interactive computer-based art." In: Finn Bostad, Craig Brandist, Lars Sigfred Evensen, Hege Charlotte Faber (Eds.) Bakhtinian Perspectives on Language and Culture: Meaning in Language, Art and New Media. London: Macmillan. 217-232 Chapter in
book, 6000
words.
2004 co-authored with Sarah Cook. “Curating new media art: Models and challenges.” New media art: Practice and context in the UK 1994-2004. London: Arts Council of England. 84-91. Chapter in
book, 5000
words.
2004 “Webexclusive: Exhibiting Locative Media: CRUMB discussion postings.” Metamute, 20.05.04. Article.

2003

Digital Media. Directions in Art series. Oxford: Heinemann.

Book.

2003

"Critical Commentaries: Clean Rooms, Polaria and Gastarbyter." Play Garden. London: Arts Council of England. [Online].

Forthcoming
art/sci
writing.

2003

"User Mode" Art Monthly Jun. 37.

Review.

2003

"FACT" Art Monthly May. 7-10.

Review.

2003

"Groove" Art Monthly Feb. 36-37.

Review.

2002

"Fun pleasure: Games and interactive computer-based art in mainstream galleries." In: Erkki Huhtamo (ed.) Mariosofia: Elektronisten pelien kulttuuri (Mariology: Electronic game culture). Helsinki: Gaudeamus.

Chapter in
book, 7000 words.

2002

Co-authored with Sarah Cook "Net Works: Exhibiting New Media." Art Monthly. Nov. 44-45. [Online].

Article in art
magazine.

2002

Co-edited with Sarah Cook and Sarah Martin Curating new media. Gateshead: Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.

Book.

2002

"The denizens are restless in Turing-land." Switch, Issue 17- Collaborative curating. San Jose: San Jose State University. [Online].

Article in media
art magazine.

2001

Co-authored with Sarah Cook "A curatorial resource for upstart media bliss." In: David Bearman and Jennifer Trant (eds.) Museums and the Web 2001: Selected papers from an international conference. Pittsburgh: Archives & Museum Informatics. 197-208. Also [Online].

Published
conference
paper.

2001

"Using new formats for Ph.D.s and research degree." Visual Arts Data Service: Good practice guides. [Online].

Commissioned
article.

2001

"Global Village, Cyburbia, or something else?" The IDEA (Indian Documentary of Electronic Arts), 3rd Gazette. [CD-ROM]. Mumbai (Bombay): Imadjinn.

Article in
media art
magazine.

2001

"Live from Bangalore." Switch 6 (2). [Online]. San Jose: San Jose State University.

Article in
media art
magazine.

2000-

CRUMB: New media curating resource. [Online]. Sunderland: University of Sunderland.

Co-editor.

2000

"Use | Ornament." Use nor Ornament. [Online]. Sunderland: Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art.

Catalogue
essay.

2000

"Vane99." Public Art Journal, 1 (3). 52-54.

Review.

2000

"Men in suits, upside down." Convergence (special issue: The Internet), 6 (3). 102-105.

Review.

2000

"Artist's profile." In: Sarah Burn, Rebecca Farley, Steve Hines (compilers), Directory of photography and digital media resources in the Northern Region. [Print and Online]. Newcastle: Northern Arts. 30.

Commissioned
article.

2000

"What could art learn from design, what might design learn from art?" In: Friedman, Ken and David Durling (eds.) Proceedings of the conference Doctoral Education in Design: Foundations for the future. Stoke-on-Trent: Staffordshire University Press. 425-434.

Published
conference
paper.

2000

"What is it that it is like?" Engaged: Art at your own convenience. Newcastle: Chew and Show. 6-7.

Catalogue
essay.

2000

"Introduction." Artists and new media. [Online]. Newcastle: AN.

Commissioned
article.

2000

"A study of audience relationships with interactive computer-based visual artworks in gallery settings, through observation, art practice, and curation." Arts Research Digest, Summer. 28-29.

Article in
research journal.

1999

"Hahaha: The landscape, the game, the arts and the computer." KIT: Video arcadia. Wakefield: Yorkshire Sculpture Park. 6-13.

Catalogue
essay.

1999

"New research concepts debated." Artists' Newsletter, March. 11.

Article in art
magazine.

1999

"A study of audience relationships with interactive computer-based visual artworks." Leonardo, 32 (4). 326-328.

Article in
science/art
magazine.

1999

quoted in "From Pong to Song: Video Games Inspire Artists" by Matthew Mirapaul. New York Times, 4th March.

Quoted in
article in art
magazine.

1998-

Materials for art-practice-led researchers. [Online]. Sunderland: University of Sunderland.

Student
learning
materials.

1998

"Choice: Some Women Artists Working With New Technology." In: Erkki Huhtamo (ed.) Mediorama, June. [Online]. Helsinki: Nokia.

Article in
media art magazine.

1997

A study of audience relationships with interactive computer-based visual artworks in gallery settings, through observation, art practice, and curation. Unpub. Ph.D. thesis, University of Sunderland.

Dissertation.

1996

"The International Symposium of Electronic Art (Montreal, 1995)." Creative Camera, (338 Feb/Mar). 43.

Review.

1996

"Not a show about new technology, a show about interaction." In: Carol Brown and Beryl Graham (eds.) Serious Games. [exhibition catalogue]. London: Barbican Art Gallery.

Catalogue
essay.

1996

"Playing with yourself: Pleasure and interactive art." In: Jon Dovey (ed.) Fractal dreams. London: Lawrence and Wishart. 154-179.

Chapter in
book,
7000 words.

1995

"The panic button: In which our heroine goes back to the future of pornography." In: Martin Lister (ed.) The photographic image in digital culture. London: Routledge. 77-94.

Chapter in
book, 7000
words.

1995

"Interactive computer-based art." Proceedings of the 1st Conference on Computers in Art and Design Education, CADE 95. Brighton: University of Brighton. Paper.

Published
conference
paper.

1995

"Mothers of invention." In: Jo Spence and Joan Solomon (eds.) What can a woman do with a camera. London: Scarlet Press. 135-142.

Chapter in
book, 5000
words.

1993

"Long term relationships: Photography as permanent public art." Camerawork (San Francisco), 20 (2). 18-24.

Contributor and
guest editor.

1993

"Long term relationships: Art in public." Artists' Newsletter, Aug. 30-31.

Article in art
magazine.

1993

"Who knows what could happen?" The Illuminator: The Photographers' Gallery Newsletter, Jan and Jul (2 parts).

Article in art
magazine.

1993

"For a few Ecus more." In: Rhonda Wilson (ed.) Seeing the light: The photographers' guide to enterprise. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University. 111-113.

Commissioned
article.

1992

"The Primavera Fotogràfica: Barcelona's photo festival." The British Journal of Photography, Jun 18.

Review.

1991

"Fogged in the Channel: A choppy crossing en route to Europe." Artists' Newsletter, Aug. 37-38.

Article in art
magazine.











 

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