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Sturken, Marita. "Imaging postmemory/renegotiating history." Afterimage (1999).
Sturken, Marita. "The Gentrification of Video." Afterimage 13, no. 4 (1988).
Sturken, Marita. "Temporal Interventions: The Videotapes of Bill Viola." Afterimage 10, no. 40545 (1984).
Sturken, Marita. Steina and Woody Vasulka: Machine Media, Edited by Marita Sturken. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1996.
Sugaya, Hiroshi. "The Past Quarter Century and the Next Decade of Videotape Recording." SMPTE Journal 101, no. 1 (1992).
Nuding, Jeffrey C.. Festival of Alternatives in the Arts. Binghamton, NY: SUNY Binghamton, 1982.
The Electronic Gallery. Owego, NY: SUNY Binghamton & The Experimental Television Center, 1983.
Supradrive 500XP Harware Operator's Manual. Supra Corporation.. OR: Supra Corporation., 1990.
Sutherland, Ivan E.. "Computer Inputs and Outputs." Scientific American (1966): 86-97.
Sutherland, Ivan E.. "Computer Displays." Scientific American 222, no. 6 (1970): 57-76.
Sweeney, Skip. Woody Vasulka Interviews Skip Sweeney., 1978.
Sykes, Barbara, and Stuart Pettigrew. "The Movement Within: Images Created on a Video Synthesizer." Videography 4, no. 12 (1979).
Syntauri Simply Music. Los Altos, CA: Syntauri, 1983.
Tajchman, Birger E. J.. "The Incredible Electronic Animation Machine." Computer Image (1977).
Tambellini, Aldo. Black Gate, Edited by Aldo Tambellini Otto Piene. New York, New York: Tambellini, 1968.
Tambellini, Aldo. Biography. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Communicationsphere, 1980.
Tambellini, Elsa. "The Gate." 113, no. Oct-67 (1967).
Tambellini, Aldo. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Aldo Tambellini: Black Spiral (TV Sculpture), 1969., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Tamblyn, Christine. "Image Processing in Chicago Video Art, 1970-1980." Leonardo 24, no. 3 (1991): 303-310.
Tamblyn, Christine. "Whose Life Is it, Anyway?" Afterimage 15, no. 1 (1987).
Tapco Model 2200 Owner's Manual. Redmond, WA: Tapco (Technical Audio Products Corporation), 1977.
The Tarbell Floppy Disk Interface. Carson, CA: Tarbell Electronics, 1978.
Taylor, Deems. A Pictoral History of the Movies. New York, NY: Simon and Schuster, 1943.
Tcherepnin, Serge. Instructional Essays: Electronic Music Theory, and Learning Patch Number Two.., undated.
Teasdale, Parry D.. Videofreex: America's First Pirate TV Station and the Catskills Collective That Turned It On. Mensonville, NY: Black Dome, 1999.
Technisphere Corp. Rover Modification Package.. New York, NY: Technisphere Corp., undated.
Technisphere Corp. 1/2" Color Video Tape Recorder/ Editor, Model TC-3130. Technisphere announces the most advanced half inch editor available.. New York, NY: Technisphere Corp., 1973.
Technisphere Corp. 1976 Video Rental Guide.. New York, NY: Technisphere Corp., 1976.
Technisphere Corp. Color "Technically." Technisphere's color conversions for 1/2-inch black and white VTR's.. New York, NY: Technisphere Corp., undated.
Technisphere Corp. "Video Talk: A Technical Service to the Industry from the makers of Scotch Magnetic Tape" Volume I, No. 2, Volume II, No. 2, also Recording and Data: Handling and Storing Magnetic Tape. New York, NY: Technisphere Corp., 1968.