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Farrell, Tom. "We Can't Go Home Again." Sight & Sound 50, no. 2 (1981).
Wegman's World. Minneapolis: Walker Art Center., 1982.
Lyons, Lisa, and Kim Levin. Wegman's World. Minneapolis: Walker Art Center,, 1982.
Schjeldahl, Peter. "Well, It?s a Heck of a Long Way from Marcus Welby." The New York Times (1971).
Sheridan, Lee. "Wellman Hall to Host Multi-Media Exhibition." Springfield Daily News (1972).
Wells-Gardner Electronics Corporation. Black and White TV Monitors Service Manual and Parts Catalog. Models V1001- Chassis only, 19V1001 - 19" CRT, 19V1003 - 19" CRT, 22V1001 - 23" CRT, 22V1003 - 23" CRT.. Chicago, IL: Wells-Gardner Electronics Corporation, 1980.
Weltonville Meeting., 1978.
Paik, Nam June. Werke 1946-1976: Media Planning for the Postindustrial Society. Koln, 1976.
Paik, Nam June. Werke 1946-1976: Norbert Wiener and Marshall McLuhan. Koln, 1976.
Dzwonkoski, Julia. "What I Would Like the Future to Hold is Both/And." The Squealer 15, no. 1 (2004): 17.
Bazin, Andre. What is Cinema? Essays selected and translated by Hugh Gray.. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967.
Sturken, Marita. "What is Grace in All This Madness: The Videotapes of Dan Reeves." Afterimage 13, no. 1 and 2 (1985).
Blanchard, Simon, and David Morley. What Is This Channel Four?, Edited by Simon Blanchard. London: Comedia, 1982.
Forde, Kathleen. What Sound Does a Color Make?. NY, NY: Independent Curators International, 2005.
Feist, Rick. "What the Manual Didn't Tell You: Film/Tape Image Conversion." The Independent 15, no. 1 (1992).
Boyle, Deirdre. "Whatever Happened to Guerrilla TV?" Videography 9, no. 12 (1984).
Drohojowsa, Hunter. "Whispers and Cries: Bill Viola at AFI." Video 80 (1983).
Tulbert, David. "White Ox Films: Funding the Future." The Independent Gazette: Journal of Independent FIlm and Video Artists 1, no. 1 (1976): 21.
Rinder, Lawrence, Anne Ehrenkranz, and Joel Ehrenkranz. Whitney Museum of American Art. The Contemporary Series. Irit Batsry: Set. December 11, 2003- February 22, 2004.. New York, NY: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2003.
Drury, Sarah. "Who's in Control? Issues in Interactive Media Art." Connect: Information Technology at NYU, no. Fall 1999 (1999).
Boyle, Deirdre. "Who's Who in Video: Bill Viola." Sightlines 16, no. 3 (1983).
Tamblyn, Christine. "Whose Life Is it, Anyway?" Afterimage 15, no. 1 (1987).
Lucas, Kristin. "Why do I keep repeating myself?" Felix Voyerism 2, no. 2 (1999).
Wooster, Ann-Sargent. "Why Don't They Tell Stories Like They Used To?" Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium Fall, no. 1985 (1985).
Wooster, Ann-Sargent. Why Don't They Tell Stories Like They Used To? In Art Journal. Vol. 45., 1985.
Miller, Nancy. Wildernrss: A Video Installation by Mary Lucier. Cambridge: New England Foundation for the Arts, 1986.
Viola, Bill. "Will There Be Condominiums in Data Space?" Video 80, no. 5 (1982).
Wiring Diagram for Dual Light Path Eidophor Projector, Power and High Voltage Power Supplies(2 copies), Video and Deflection Amplifiers (2 copies), Procurement Specification for Front Projection Screen For Use in Visual Simulator by IBM Owego, Proposal fr. Eidophor, 1961.
Krieger, R. E.. "with Aldo Tambellini." SUNY Happening No. 5 227, no. 31 (1968).
Malloy, Judy. Women in New Media: Sources in Art and Technology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003.

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