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Tan, Erika (2014) Come Cannibalise Us, Why Don’t You? / Sila Mengkanibalkan kami mahu tak? [Book]. National University of Singapore, Singapore. ISBN 978-981-07-9128-5
Noce, Kim (2016) Image and word: a talk about the making of "Love in Idleness". In: Still Shakespeare, 20 October 2016, Nash Lecture Theatre King's Building, Strand Campus King's College London London WC2R 2LS.
Maffioletti, Catherine (2012) Beyond the Mirror: Towards a feminised (cartographic) process of spatiality in moving-image & installation based art. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.
Hosea, Birgitta (2012) Substitutive bodies and constructed actors: a practice-based investigation of animation as performance. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.
Hosea, Birgitta (2008) TV 2.0: animation readership / authorship on the internet. Animation Studies, 3. pp. 24-32. ISSN 1930-1928
Davidmann, Sara and Lowe, Paul and Hunter, Tom and Moore, David and Skelton, Pam and Sutherland, Patrick, PARC (2011) Photography and the archive research centre core members exhibition. [Show/Exhibition]
Creamer, Anne-Marie (2015) The Passing of the Keepers of Salento: a memorial to obsolescence. In: Moving Landscape. Progetto GAP, Italy.
Cohen, Nathan (2014) Video ergo sum: an artist’s thoughts on inventing with computer technology in the creation of artworks. In: Digital Da Vinci: Computers in the Arts and Sciences. Springer, New York, USA, pp. 99-111. ISBN 978-1-4939-0964-3
Cohen, Nathan (2016) Visual Perception, Abstraction and Invention: an Exploration. Interalia Magazine (22).
Barnett, Heather (2015) A Malleable Metaphor: Physarum polycephalum as artistic and educational medium. In: The First International Workshop on Physarum Transport Networks, 3-5 December 2015, Columbia University, New York City, US.
Ball, Steven and Curtis, David and Le Grice, Malcolm (2003) British Artists' Moving Image Database/Known Works database. UNSPECIFIED.
Ball, Steven (2011) Formal environmentalism: recent work by Steven Ball. [Show/Exhibition]