Reading Assignments

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Reading assignments:

Reading assignments will consist of reviewing the hyperlectures in the Open Source Studio, including media examples and hyperlinks. While there will be no other assigned readings, the following texts/references, used in the creation of this course (and often quoted), are included as suggested reading for students.

Textbooks/References

  1. Ascott, R. “Is There Love in the Telematic Embrace” in Packer, R., & Jordan, K. (Eds.). Multimedia : from Wagner to Virtual Reality ([Expanded ed.). New York: Norton, 2002
  2. Cage, J. “Diary: Audience” in Packer, R., & Jordan, K. (Eds.). Multimedia : from Wagner to Virtual Reality ([Expanded ed.). New York: Norton
  3. Kaprow, A. (2002). “Untitled Guidelines for Happenings,” in Packer, R., & Jordan, K. (Eds.). Multimedia : from Wagner to Virtual Reality ([Expanded ed.). New York: Norton, 2002
  4. Vibeke Sorensen, Global Visual Music Jam Project, MIT Press, 2005
  5. Steve Dixon, Cyborg, Online Performance: “Live” from Cyberspace, Digital Performance, 2007
  6. Kostelanetz, R, The Theatre of Mixed Means, An Introduction to Happenings, Kinetic Environments and Other Mixed-Means Presentations, RK Editions, 1980
  7. Goldberg, R, Live Art 1909 to the Present, Harry N. Abrams, 1979
  8. Birringer, J, Media & Performance: Along the Border, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998
  9. Shaw, J & Weibel, P, The Cinematic Imaginary After Film, “The Pepsi Pavilion: Laboratory for Social Experimentation,” Randall Packer, MIT Press, 2003
  10. Sida Vaidhyanathan, “Open Source as Culture/Culture as Open Source,” Michael Mandiberg, The Social Media Reader, NYU Press 2012
  11. Mark Amerika, RemixtheBook, University of Minnesota Press, 2011
  12. Sherry Turkle, “Growing up Tethered,” Alone Together, Basic Book, 2011
  13. Annie Abrahams, Trapped to Reveal – On Webcam mediated communication and collaboration, Research Catalogue, 2012
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