On Video Art in Europe : Books

Marius Babias, Kathrin Becker et Dieter Daniels (éd.), Time Pieces: Video Art Since 1963, Cologne, Walther Konig, 2014

François Bovier (éd.), Early Video and Experimental Film Networks: French-Speaking Switzerland in 1974: A Case for “Minor History”, Lausanne/Dijon, ECAL/Les presses du réel, 2017

Sean Cubitt and Stephen Partridge (éd.), Rewind: British Artists’ Video of the 1970s and 1980s, New Barnet, John Libbey, 2012

An interview with Dieter Daniels in Videonale 10 (exhib. cat.), Kunstmuseum Bonn, Verlag Walter König Köln, 2005, pp. 151- 161, en

Andras Edit (éd.), Transitland: Video Art from Central and Eastern Europe 1989-2009, Budapest, Ludwig Museum, 2009

Catherine Elwes and Chris Meigh-Andrews (éd.), Analogue: Pioneering Video from the UK, Canada and Poland (1968-88), Preston, EDAU, 2006

Rudolf Frieling and Dieter Daniels (éd.), Media Art Action – The 1960s and 1970s in Germany, Vienne/New York, Springer, 1997

Jackie Hatfiled and Steve Littman, Diverse Practices-A Critical Reader on British Video, Arts Council England and John Libby Media, Luton Press, 1996

Wulf Herzogenrath (éd.), Videokunst in Deutschland 1963-1982, Stuttgart, Gerd Hatje, 1982

Wulf von Herzogenrath and Rudolph Frieling (éd.), 40 Yearsvideoart.de: Digital Heritage: Video Art in Germany from 1963 to the Present, Ostfildern/New York, Hatje Cantz/DAP, 2006

Alice Hutchison, art/tapes/22 in collaboration with the Venice Biennale Foundation’s Historic Archives of Contemporary Arts (ASAC) in Italy, The University of Califonia State, Long Beach Art Museum (UAM), 2008 

Julia Knight (éd.), Diverse Practices: A Critical Reader on British Video Art, Luton, University of Luton Press, 1996

Laura Leuzzi and Stephen Partridge (éd.), Rewind Italia: Early Video Art in Italy, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 2015

Laura Leuzzi, Elaine Shemilt and Steve Partridge (éd.), European Women’s Video Art, John Libbey Publishing, 2019

Davor Matičević, The Zagreb Circle in The New art Practice in Yugoslavia 1966-1978, Gallery of Contemporary Art Zagreb (Marijan Susovski ed.), Zagreb, 1978, pp. 25-26, en

Dorine Mignot (éd.), Revision: Art Programmes of European Television Stations, Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, 1987

Tihomir Milovac, The paradox of invisibility in Insert: Retrospective of Croatian Video Art (Tihomir Milovac, Silva Kalčić, Zagrebački Velesajam ed.), Muzej Suvremene Umjetnosti, Zagreb, 2008, en

Lars Movin and Torben Christensen (éd.), Electronic Undercurrents: Art & Video in Europe, Copenhague, Statens Museum for Kunst, 1996

Marit Paasche, Lives und Videotapes, The inconsistent History or Norwegian Video Art (introduction), Feil Forlag / Videokunstarkivet, Oslo, 2014, en

Stephen Partridge, Ben Cook, Sean Cubitt, Adam Lockhart (éd.), REWIND + PLAY An Anthology of Early British Video. LUX, London, 2009

Grégoire Quenault, Reconsidération de l'histoire de l'art vidéo à partir de ses débuts méconnus en France entre 1957 et 1974, PhD, under the dir. of Claudine Eizykman, Université Paris 8, 2005

Marijan Susovski, Inovacije u hrvatskoj suvremenoj umjetnosti sedamdesetih godina (Innovations in Croatian Contemporary Art of the Seventies) in The New art Practice in Yugoslavia 1966-1978 (Marijan Susovski ed.), Gallery of Contemporary Art Zagreb, Zagreb, 1978, pp. 26-28, cz

On Video Art in Europe: Articles / Published in Journals

Jean-Paul Fargier, Paikologie, Cahier du cinéma, n. 299, April 1979, fr

Sean Cubitt, Greyscale Video and the Shift to Colour, Art Journal, Fall 2006

Wulf Herzogenrath, Videokunst, ein neues Medium in der bildenden Kunst in Magazin Kunst, n. 4, 1974 

Jeremy Welsh, One Nation Under A Will (of Iron), ou : les jouets brillants des enfants de Thatcher in Kunstforum International, n. 117, 1992

On Video Art in Europe: Texts for catalogues

Dieter Daniels, 10 Years Videonale – Greatest Hits, Videonal 6, 1994, Bonn

Catherine Elwes, Through Deconstruction to Reconstruction in Desmontaje: Film/Video/Apropiacion/Reciclaje(Demontage: Film/Video/ Appropriation/Recycling), Institut Valencia, 1993, pp. 162-165

Wulf Herzogenrath, Video als Künstlerisches Medium, Köln Kunstverein, 1974,
 pp. 2-5,

Wulf Herzogenrath, An Advocacy Art for a New Time in Project 74, Kunsthalle Berne, pp. 80-87, 1974

Wulf Herzogenrath, Video Art in West Germany in Ira Schneider and Beryl Korot (éd.), Video Art: An Anthology, New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976

Wulf Herzogenrath, Video in Kunst über mittlungsformen, NKB Berlin, 1977

Miklos Peternák, A videóról (On Video), 1980

On Video Art in Europe: On Artists

Gábor Bódy, A presentation of his work, 1946-1985, Palace of Exhibition, Budapest, 1987

László Beke, Gábor Bódy, Networker, 2017

Stephen Partridge, A Small Survey of Early Works in Retrospektiv : film- og videokunst i Norge, 1960-90 (Farhad Kalantary and Linn Lervik, éd.), Atopia Stiftelse, Oslo, 2011

Stephen Partridge, Artists' Television: Interruptions – Interventions in REWIND British Artists' Video (Sean Cubitt and Stephen Partridge (éd.)), John Libbey Publishing, 2012

Image, Vision and the Attribution of Meaning in Gábor Bódy's Oeuvre in Der Stand der Bilder: die Medienpioniere Zbigniew Rybczyński und Gábor Bódy / State of Images: The Media Pioneers Zbigniew Rybczyński and Gábor Bódy (Siegfried Zielinski and Peter Weibel éd.), Nürnberg, Verlag für Moderne Kunst, 2011

Video corpus. La vidéographie dans tous ses états, dossier no. 10., Institut d'Étude et de Recherche en Information Visuelle, Lausanne et Fondation Pro Helvetia, Zurich, 1979

Video Art, England’s Avant Garde, an interview with Sean Cubitt, Rewind 2009

On Video Art in Europe: Chronologies

László Beke, An Outline of the History of Hungarian Video Art, 1985

David Curtis, (ed.), A Directory of British Film and Video Artists, Arts Council of England John Libby Media, Luton Press, 1996

David Curtis, A History of Artists’ Film in Britain, British Film Institute, London, 2007

Rudolf Frieling and Dieter Daniels (éd.), Media Art Action: The 1960s and ʼ70s in Germany, Goethe Institut, ZKM-Karlsruhe and Springer, New York, 1997

Mike Hartney, An Incomplete and Highly Contentious Summary of the Early Chronology of Video Art (1959-75) in LVA Catalogue, 1984

Wulf Herzogenrath, Chronology für die USA und Europa in Project 74, Kunsthalle Berne, 1974
Alan Leonard Rees, Projecting Back: UK Film and Video Installation in the 1970s, 2009/2010

On Video Art in Europe:  Online archive

C3 / Online Video Art Catalogue, Hungary
Monoskop / on Video Art
Heure Exquise ! online Archive, France
New Media Encyclopedia

Muntadas / online Archive
Vasulka / online Archive

Theoretical and Historiographical Publications on Video Art

Ina Blom, The Autobiography of Video. The Life and Times of a Memory Technology, New York, Sternberg Press, 2016

Michael Goddard, Guerrila Networks: An Anarchaeology of 1970s Radical Media Ecologies, Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 2018

William Kaizen, Against Immediacy: Video Art and Media Populism, Hanover, Dartmouth College, 2016

Yvonne Spielmann, Video: das reflexive Medium, Frankfurt am Main, Suhrkamp, 2005

Helen Westgeest, Video Art Theory: A Comparative Approach, Malden, Wiley-Blackwell, 2015

On General History of Video Art

Maeve Connolly, TV Museum: Contemporary Art and the Age of Television, Bristol/Chicago, Intellect Books, 2014

Catherine Elwes, Video Art: A Guided Tour, London/New York, I. B. Tauris, 2004

Rudolf Frieling and Dieter Daniels (éd.), Media Art Net 1: Survey of Media Art, Vienne/New York, Springer, 2004

Malin Hedlin Hayden, Video Art Historicized: Traditions and Negotiations, Surrey/Burlington, Ashgate, 2015

Wulf von Herzogenrath et Edith Decker (éd.), Video-Skulptur: retrospektiv und aktuell 1963-1989, Cologne, DuMont, 1989

Kathy High, Sherry Miller Hocking, Mona Jimenez (éd.), The Emergence of Video Processing Tools, 2 vols., Intellect, 2014

Slavko Kacunko, Closed Circuit Videoinstallationen, Berlin, Logos, 2004

Henriette Huldisch, Before Projection: Video Sculpture 1974-1995, Cambridge/Munich, MIT List Visual Arts Center/Hirmer Verlag, 2018

Chris Meigh-Andrews, A History of Video Art, Oxford/New York, Berg, 2006 ; rééd. augmentée: New York/Londres, Bloosmbury, 2014

Text Anthologies and Sources on Video Art

René Berger, L’Art vidéo et autres essais (1971-1997) [François Bovier & Adeena Mey, éd.], Zurich/Dijon, JRP|Ringier/Les presses du réel, 2014

David Curtis and Alan Leonard Rees (éd.), Expanded Cinema: Art, Performance & Film, Tate Publishing, London, 2011

Catherine Elwes, Video Art, A Guided Tour, IB Taurus, London, 2005

Vittorio Fagone (éd.), L’art vidéo 1980-1999: vingt ans du VideoArt Festival, Locarno: recherches, théories, perspectives, Milan, Mazzotta, 1999

Doug Hall et Sally Jo Fifer (éd.), Illuminating Video: An Essential Guide to Video Art, New York, Aperture Press, 1991

Jackie Hatfield (ed.), Experiments in Moving Image, Epigraph Publications, London, 2004

Slavko Kacunko (éd.), Theorien der Videokunst. Theoretikerinnen 1988-2003 & 2004-2018, 2 vols., Berlin, Logos, 2018

Alan Leonard Rees, Video Art and the Argument from Design, 2004

Ira Schneider and Beryl Korot (éd.), Video Art: An Anthology, New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976