This chronology obviously reflects an ongoing process. In collaboration with our European partners, we have been able to research most of the main events in Europe and the Americas, but this initiative will undoubtedly be enhanced by new material provided by our future discoveries and the remarks of the public. Unfortunately, we have not yet had either the time or the means to cover developments in Asia, Eastern Europe, or the Middle East.

Selected bibliography :

BATTCOCK Gregory, New Artists Video. A Critical Anthology, New York (United States), E.P. Dutton, 1978.
BLOCH Dany, L'art vidéo 1960 - 1980 / 82, Locarno (Switzerland), Flaviana, 1982.
DUGUET Anne-Marie, Vidéo, la mémoire au poing, Paris (France), Hachette Littérature, 1981.
HALL Doug, FIFER Sally Jo, Illuminating Video. An Essential Guide to Video Art, San Francisco (United States), Aperture / Bavc, 1990.
HANHARDT John, Video Culture. A Critical Investigation, Rochester (United States), Workshop Press, 1986.
HERZOGENRATH Wulf, DECKER Edith, Video-Skulptur retrospektiv und aktuel : 1963-1989, Cologne (Germany), DuMont Buchverlag, 1989.
MAGNAN Nathalie (ed.), La vidéo, entre art et création, Paris (France), ensba [Ecole nationale supérieure des beaux-arts], 1997.
MALSCH Friedemann, STRECKEL Dagmar, PERUCCHI-PETRI Ursula, Künstler-Videos. Entwicklung und Bedeutung, Zürich (Switzerland), Kunsthaus Zürich, 1995.
MOVIN Lars, CHRISTENSEN Torben, Art & Video in Europe, Statens (Denmark), Electronic Undercurrents, Statens Museum for Kunst, 1996.
POPPER Frank, L'Art à l'âge électronique, Paris (France), Hazan, 1993.
WILLENER Alfred, MILLIARD Guy, GANTY Alex, Vidéo et société virtuelle. Vidéologie et utopie, Paris (France), Tema-éditions, 1972.
YOUNGBLOOD Gene, Expanded Cinema, New York (United States), Dutton, 1969.