Publications

Selected Publications by the Artist

2005
“The Raw Data Diet, All-Consuming Bodies and the Shape of Things to Come,”
Leonardo, Vol 38, No 3, MIT Press (cover).
2000
"Virtual Space, Expanded Interaction and Infinite Surveillance: Techniques for the New
Reality," Felix voyeurism, Vol. 2, No. 2. 1999, pp 287-291.
"Romantiserung des Antik–rpers. Gier und Begehren im (Cyber)space," Ich ist etwas
Anderes. Kunst am Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts, Kunstammlung Nordrheiin-
Westfalen, Dumont, pp 60-65.
1999
"Difference Engine #3," Artist’s Statement, Leonardo, vol. 32, no. 4, pp 269-70.
1996
Hershman, Lynn, ed. Clicking In, Seattle: Bay Press.
"Romancing the Antibody," Kunstforum International, BD 132, November- January, pp 158 - 167.
1995
"Preliminary Notes," ZKM Medienalle Catalogue, May.
"Lust and Longing in Cyberspace," Kunstforum, September.
"Romancing The Antibody," Catalogue, Seattle Art Museum, August.
"Room of One's Own – Again," Cherche La Femme, Museum of Art, Hamburg, Germany.
Florian Rötzer. “Einleitende Bemerkungen,” Trans. In ZKM Siemens Medienkunstpreis,
exh. cat. Karlsruhe, Germany: Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (KMZ).
“Reflections and Preliminary Notes,” In Paranoid Mirror, exhibition catalogue Seattle:
Seattle Art Museum.
Florian Rötzer. “Romantisierung des Antikörpers: Gier und Begehren im
(Cyber)space,” Trans. Kunstforum International, no. 132, November 1995–January 1996, pp 158–67.
1994
[Contribution to] Children, Youth & City: A Collaborative Assemblage Book, Molly Hankwitz, ed. San Francisco: Lure Art Books.
"Room of One's Own - Slightly Behind The Scenes," Iterations: the New Image,
Timothy Druckery, ed. Cambridge and London: MIT Press, pp 150 - 156.
“The Fantasy Beyond Control: Lorna and Deep Contact,” Art and Design 9, November–December, pp 32–37.
“Re Covered Diary,” High Performance 17 (Winter), pp 52–53.
1993
"Art-ificial Sub-versions, Inter-action and the New Reality," Camerawork 20, no. 1, cover and pp 20-25, ill.
"Touch-Sensitivity and Other Forms of Subversion: Interactive Artwork." Leonardo 26, no. 5, pp 431- 436, ill.
"Lynn by Lynn," Video Taide Media. Helsinki: Taide, p 141.
1992
"Terminal Reality and the Disembodied Presence," NACA Journal 1, pp 117-124, ill.
“Preliminary Notes,” Chimaera Monographie: Lynn Hershman. Hérimoncourt, France:
Édition du Centre International de Création Vidéo.
[Contribution to] "Words on Works," Leonardo 25, no. 1, p 93.
1991
"Changes in Performance." Studio Art Magazine. Haifa, Israel, August, p 63.
"The Fantasy Beyond Control" Illuminating Video: An Essential Guide to Video Art.
Doug Hall and Sally Jo Fifer, eds. New York and San Francisco: Aperture in Association with the Bay Area Video Coalition, pp 267-273, ill.
[Contribution to] Pierre Restany, Le Coeur et la Raison, Musée des Jacobins, Morlaiz,
France.
1990
[Contribution to] Stretch Camera Project, Supplement to Shift 11, published by
Artspace, San Francisco.
"Photographs Never Lie" Zyzzyva 22, Summer, pp 86-87, ill.
"The Electronic Diary -- An Ongoing Life Cycle," Whitewalls 25 (Spring), pp 71-79, ill.
1989
"Die Fantasie ausser Kontrolle," Kunstforum 104 (September - October), pp 232-239, ill.
1988
"Lust and Anger: The Commodification of Marginality (excerpts from Seven Deadly
Sins)," Cinematograph 3, pp 47-48, ill.
"The Function of Art in Culture Today," High Performance 41/42, Spring-Summer, p 47.
1987
"Bodyheat: Interactive Media and Human Response," High Performance 37, pp 45-46, ill.
Lynn Hershman: Hero Sandwiches. Madison: Madison Art Center.
1985
"Politics and Interactive Media Art," Journal of Contemporary Studies 8, no. 1, Winter-
Spring, pp 62-70, ill. Reprinted in Corporate Crime/Malicious Mischief. San Diego: Installation Press, 1987.
1982
Jack van Bibber and Michael Sonino, eds., “Imprisoned Eggs for Timothy Leary.”
California Artists Cookbook. New York: Abbeville Press.pp 156-157, ill.
"Objective Self/Kristine Stiles -- A Dialogue/Subjective Referent," Questions 1977- 1982, Kristine Stiles, ed. San Francisco: KronOscope Press.
1978
"Floating Spaces: Notes on a Portable Alternative," The New Arts Space: A Summary
of Alternative Visual Arts Organizations Prepared in Conjunction with a
Conference, Los Angeles: Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, pp 33-34.
Global Passport, San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Catalogue/guide to The Floating Museum, Global Space Invasion (Phase II), July 7- August 20.
"Reflections on the Electric Mirror," New Artists Video: A Critical Anthology, Gregory Battcock, ed. New York: Dutton.
1977
"California Oggi," Data 27, July-September, pp 50-55, ill.; English translation, pp 1-2.
"The Floating Museum Phase I and Phase II," La Mamelle Magazine: Art
Contemporary, v. 2, no. 8, p. 66, ill.
1976
Lady Luck: A Double Portrait of Las Vegas, Artist's book documenting a work
presented at the Circus Circus Casino and Spa, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 2,
1975.
"Roberta Breitmore: An Alchemical Portrait Begun in 1975," La Mamelle: Art
Contemporary 5, pp 24-27, ill.
1975
"Behind the Running Fence," Currant, June-July, pp 8-9, ill.
[Contributions to] A Survey of Alternative Art Spaces: Floating Seminar #2, Paul
Kagawa, ed. San Francisco: The Floating Seminar.
Forming a Sculptured/Drama in Manhattan, New York: Marginal Art and Stefanotty Gallery, Artist's book/documentation of installations at the Chelsea and Plaza
Hotels, and the Y.W.C.A. in New York, October 21 - December 15, 1974.
Re:Forming Familiar Environments, Artist's book/documentation of installation with Eleanor Coppola, San Francisco, May.
1974
Plaza Hotel: November 2-3, 1974, Artist's book/documentation of Plaza Hotel installation, New York.
Surrounding Areas, Walnut Creek, California: Civic Arts Gallery, exhibition catalogue.
Y.W.C.A.: October 27-31, 1974, Artist's book/documentation of Y.W.C.A. installation, New York.
1973 "Slices of Silence, Parcels of Time: The Book as Portable Sculpture," Artists Books, exhibition catalogue, Philadelphia: Moore College of Art, pp 8-14.
"Interview with [Dennis] Oppenheim," Studio International 960, November, pp 196-197, ill.
“Visual Arts at the Edinburgh Festival," Studio International 959, October, pp 158-160, ill.
1972
"Jack the Ripper: Alive and Well in San Francisco," Artweek, October 21, pp 22-23, ill. Lynn Hershman interviews Jack Chipman.
"Tom Marioni: On Record," Artweek, May 6, p 2. Interview conducted by Lynn Hershman.
1971
"De Forest is De Forest is De Forest" Artweek, November 27, p 1, ill.