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Alan Sekula. Fish Story. Dusseldorf: Richter, 1995.

Alice Coltrane. “Govinda Jai Jai.” Radha-Krsna Nama Sankirtana. Warner Bros. Records: 1977.

Anna Atkins. Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions. 1843. Digitized by the New York Public Library.

Annea Lockwood. Interview with Libby Van Cleve. Yale Oral History of American Music. May 27, 1997.

Artist Placement Group.

Bernadette Mayer. Bernadette Mayer’s List of Journal Ideas. University of Pennsylvania Electronic Poetry Center Digital Library.

Bless. Postcards, designed by Manuel Raeder. 2004–2008. Studio Manuel Raeder.

Bless. Bless Home Berlin.

Bruce Hainley. Under the Sign of [ sic] Sturtevant's Volte-Face. New York: Semiotext(e), 2014.

Bruno Munari. Campo urbano: Interventi estetici nella dimesione collettiva urbana. Como, 21 settembre 1969. Como: C. Nani, 1969. Collection of the Beinecke Library, Yale University.

CAConrad. CAConrad’s (SOMA)TIC POETRY EXERCISES. UPenn Writing.

CAConrad. While Standing in Line for Death. Seattle: Wave Books 2017.

Cameron Rowland. 91020000. Artists Space. January 17 - March 13, 2016. New York, NY.

Camille Henrot. Bad Dad and Beyond. 5 Nov–12 Dec, 2015. Metro Pictures, New York.

Camille Henrot. Days are Dogs. 18 Oct 2017–7 Jan 2018. Palais de Tokyo, Paris.

Camille Henrot. The Pale Fox. 20 Sept–20 Dec 2014, Betonsalon, Paris. 21 Feb–10 May 2015, Westfalischer Kunstverein, Munster. 5 Sept–1 Nov 2015, Konig Galerie, Berlin.

Cecilia Vicuña. Saborami. Cullompton: Beau Geste Press, 1973. Collection of the Yale University Art Gallery.

Cecilia Vicuña. “Language is Migrant.” South as a State of Mind. Issue #8 [Documenta 14 #3]. Edited by Quinn Latimer and Adam Szymczyk. Documenta and Museum Fridericianum: 2017.


Celia Hollander. Air Out. Performance at the Bowtie Project, Los Angeles, CA. 4 June 2017.

Charles Burchfield. Telegraph Music. 1949. Burchfield Penney Art Center. Watercolor and ink on paper.

Charles Olson. Projective Verse. New York: Totem Press, 1959.

Charles Olson. “Charles Olson reads 'Maximus to Gloucester, Letter 27 [withheld]' (Mar 1966).” NET film, Youtube, accessed 2018.

Chris Kraus. After Kathy Acker: A Literary Biography. Semiotext(e): 2017.

Claudia Rankine. Citizen.

Cosmic Chambo. Inter-dimensional Music, North America's Gnarliest Mix of Crusty New Age, Irie Cosmic Metal, and Void Contemplation Tactics. KRTS Marfa Public Radio. 2011–present.

Cosmic Communities: Coming Out Into Outer Space – Homofuturism, Applied Psychedelia & Magic Connectivity. 2 Nov 2017–13 Jan 2018. Buchholz Galerie, New York.

Curtis Mayfield. The Impressions. Keep On Pushing. ABC-Paramount, 1964.

Dahn Vo. Take my Breath Away. 9 February–9 May, 2018. Guggenheim Museum, New York.

David Grubbs. Records Ruin the Landscape: John Cage, the Sixties, and Sound Recording. Duke University Press, 2014.

David Grubbs and Susan Howe. WOODSLIPPERCOUNTERCLATTER. Performance at the Yale School of Art, 15 Nov, 2017. New Haven, CT.

Dominick Villano. Background Paper issues 1–3. A Luxury Skincare Publication, 2016–2019.

Dominick Villano. 2018-2019. Cassette tape.

Eckhaus Latta. Eckhaus Latta: Possessed. 3 Aug–8 Oct 2018. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

Eckhaus Latta. “Group Dynamics.” Essay by Christopher Y. Lew. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2018.

Ei Arakawa and Nikolas Gambaroff. Ei Arakawa / Nikolas Gambaroff:  MU LT IL AY ER DI SC. Performance 19 Nov 2009. COCO, Vienna. Video by Richard Steurer. Youtube.

Ei Arakawa and Nikolas Gambaroff. Two-Alphabet Monograms. 2009.

Election Reform. Online store. 2015–present.

Eli Keszler. Performance 26 Jan 2019. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

Fia Backstrom. COOP a-script. New York: Primary Information, 2016.

Fia Backstrom, Corinne Fitzpatrick, Lisa Robertson. “FIA BACKSTRÖM + CORRINE FITZPATRICK + LISA ROBERTSON =.” Interview 26 Oct 2014, New York. == #2, edited by Matt Keegan. New York: Capricious, 2014.

Fia Backstrom. Greater New York. 11 Oct 2015–7 Mar 2016. MoMA PS1, New York.

Fluxshoe. David Mayor. Beau Geste Press, 1972.

George Maciunas. Gift Box for John Cage: Spell your name with these objects. 1972. Leather-covered, red velvet-lined box containing fifteen objects (acorn, egg, glass stopper, plastic boxes of seeds, etc).

Hannah Weiner. Fashion Show Poetry Event Essay. 0 to 9, #5, 1965. Edited by Vito Acconci and Bernadette Mayer. Collection of the Beinecke Library.

Henri Chopin. Henri Chopin Papers. Beinecke Library, Yale University. GEN MSS 868.

Henry David Thoreau. Sounds. “Sounds.” Walden; or, Life in the Woods. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1854. Project Gutenberg Ebook, 2018,

Henry Flynt. Everlovin’ Game On, live at the MIT List Visual Arts Center. December 1, 2019. Followed by a performance by Lary 7. Persented in conjunction with Introducing Tony Conrad: A Retrospective.

Henry Flynt and Stewart Home, interview. TOWARDS AN ACOGNITIVE CULTURE: Henry Flynt talks to Stewart Home, New York 8 March 1989.

Hilary duPont. Correspondence with the author. 2011–present. E-mail, text message, phone call, in-person.

Isa Genzken. Ohr (Ear). Chromogenic development print. 1980.

Jane Poynter. The Human Experiment: Two Years and Twenty Minutes Inside Biosphere 2. New York: Thunder’s Mouth Press, 2006.

Jason Dodge. Sculpture on the Floor. Installed as part of Auguries Cast Aside, with Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili, CAConrad, Jason Dodge, Tony Just at Karma. January 10–February 17, 2019. New York, NY.

Jeff Benjamin. Sound as Artifact. 2013. Michigan Technological University, Master’s Thesis. Michigan Tech Digital Commons.

Julie Ault. “Archives in Practice.” In Part, edited by Julie Ault and Nicolas Linnert, introduction by Lucy R. Lippard. New York, Dancing Foxes Press, 2017.

Julie Ault. In Part, edited by Julie Ault and Nicolas Linnert, introduction by Lucy R. Lippard. New York, Dancing Foxes Press, 2017.

Julie Ault. Macho Man, Tell it To My Heart: Collected by Julie Ault. November 24, 2013–February 23, 2014. Artists Space, New York.

Julie Ault, Martin Beck, Nikola Dietrich, Heinz Peter Knes, Rasmus Røhling, Jason Simon, Scott Cameron Weaver, Dahn Vo, Amy Zion. Tell it to My Heart: Collected by Julie Ault. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2013.

Julius Eastman. “Julius Eastman in His Own Voice.” Interview with David Garland. Spinning on Air, 1984.

Julius Eastman. “Stay on It.” Julius Eastman: Unjust Malaise. Recorded 16 Dec 1973, SUNY Buffalo, NY. New York: New World Records, 2005.

Julius Eastman. Femenine. Recorded 6 Nov 1974 at Composers Forum in Albany, NY. Helsinki: Frozen Reeds, 2016.

Kate Crawford. Following you: Disciplines of listening in social media. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies. Volume 23, Issue 4. 2009.

Kath Bloom. Live at Blazin’ Vibez, Milford, CT. 11 Nov 2018.

Kath Bloom. Finally. Chapter Music, 2005.

Kath Bloom and Loren Mazzacane. Round His Shoulders Gonna Be A Rainbow. Daggett Records, 1982.

Kath Bloom and Loren Mazzacane. Sand in My Shoe. St Joan, 1983.

Kathy Acker. “Against Ordinary Language: The Language of the Body.” The Last Sex: Feminism and Outlaw Bodies, edited by Arthur and Marilouise Kroker, New World Perspectives, 1993.

Kathy Acker and McKenzie Wark. I’m Very into You: Correspondence 1995–1996. Edited by Matias Viegener, Semiotext(e), 2015.

Kevin Beasley. View of a Landscape. 15 Dec, 2018–10 Mar, 2019. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

LaMonte Young and Marian Zazeela. The Dream House. New York.

LaMonte Young and Jackson MacLow. An Anthology of Chance Operations. Designed by George Maciunas. Bronx: L. Young & J. Mac Low, 1963.

Lawrence Abu Hamdan. [inaudible] A Politics of Listening in 4 Acts. edited by Fabian Schöneich. Sternberg Press, 2016.

Les Blank. Garlic is as Good as Ten Mothers.

Louise Lawler. WHY PICTURES NOW. New York: Museum of Modern Art. April 30–July 30, 2017.

Louise Lawler. Ephemera Archive. 1978–2015. Museum of Modern Art, New York. Archive of 48 works of printed ephemera.

Louise Lawler. Documenta 7: A Story. 1981–82. Collection of the Yale University Art Gallery. Offset lithograph on two sheets and envelope.

Lucy Lippard. Dematerialization of the art object.

Lucy McKenzie. Atelier E.B. 6 Dec –22 Dec, 2013. The Artists Institute, New York.

Major Figures in American Music. Yale Oral History of American Music. Yale University Library.

Martin Wong. City As Canvas: Graffiti Art From the Martin Wong Collection. 24 Aug 2014, Museum of the City of New York, New York.

Michael Gibbs. All or Nothing and Other Pages. Edited by Gerrit Jan de Rook and Andrew Wilson. Devon: Uniformbooks, 2016.

Milford Graves. Interview with Gregg Bendian. 22 Feb 2013, Queens, NY. Yale Oral History of American Music.

Milford Graves. Milford Graves Full Mantis. Directed by Jake Meginsky and Neil Young, performance by Milford Graves. Cinema Guild, 2018.

Mill River Dam, New Haven, CT.

Moyra Davey. Long Life Cool White. Cambridge: Harvard University Art Museums, 2008.

Moyra Davey. The Problem of Reading. Documents, 2003.

Moyra Davey. The Wet and the Dry. The Social Life of the Book. Paris: Paraguay Press, 2015.

New Harmony, Indiana.

Noah Purifoy. Joshua Tree Outdoor Museum, 1989–2004. Joshua Tree, CA. Visited 2018.

Noah Purifoy. Noah Purifoy: High Desert Assemblage Artist. Göttingen: Steidl Publishers, 2015.

Odwalla 1221. Live at Honey’s, 13 Sep 2018. Presented by Blank Forms. Brooklyn, New York.

Odwalla 1221. 1221 ROAD KITTIES CDR. Tshirt. 2018.

Park McArthur. Chisenhale Interviews: Park McArthur. With Katie Guggenheim. Chisenhale Gallery, 2016,

Park McArthur. Projects 195: Park McArthur. 27 Oct 2018–27 Jan 2019. Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Pati Hill. Letters to Jill: A Catalogue and Some Notes on Copying. New York: Kornblee Gallery, 1979.

Pati Hill. How Something Can Have Been At One Time And In One Place And Nowhere Else Ever Again. 9 Sep–21 Oct 2018. Essex Street, New York.

Paul Kagan. The Paul Kagan Utopian Communities Collection. Beinecke Library, Yale University.

Pauline Oliveros. Software for People. Barrytown, NY: Station Hill Press, 1984.

Pauline Oliveros. Sonic Images. First presented in 1972 at California State University, Los Angeles. Software for People. Barrytown, NY: Station Hill Press, 1984.

Pauline Oliveros. The Wanderer. Groveland, MA: Important Records, 2007.

Psychic TV. Godstar. Temple Records, 1985.

R. Murray Schaeffer. The tuning of the world. New York: Knopf, 1977.

Raphy Griswold. One Hour Show. WPIR, Pratt Institute Radio, 2017–present.

Richard Hamilton. Richard Hamilton (October Files). Edited by Hal Roster with Alex Bacon. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2010.

Robert Grenier. Robert Grenier notebooks, 1996–1997. Yale University Beinecke Library.

Robert Smithson. “Entropy and the New Monuments,” 1966. Robert Smithson: The Collected Writings. Edited by Jack Flam. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996.

Russell Edson. Brain Kitchen: Writings and Woodcuts. Stamford, CT: Thing Press, 1965. Beinecke Library.

Russell Edson. Appearances; Fables & Drawings. Stamford, CT: Thing Press, 1961. Beinecke Library.

Seth Siegelaub. Seth Siegelaub: Beyond Conceptual Art. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. 2016.

Stefan Themerson, ed. Kurt Schwitters in England. London: Gaberbacchus Press, 1958. Beinecke Library, New Haven.

Susan Cianciolo. RUN PRAYER, RUN CAFÉ, RUN LIBRARY. Bridget Donohue Gallery. September 21–December 3 2017. New York, NY.

Susan Cianciolo. Run Book 4–8: Edit. Edited by Jocelyn Miller. New York: MoMA PS1, 2016.

Tony Conrad. Introducing Tony Conrad: A Retrospective. MIT List Visual Arts Center and Carpenter Center. October 18, 2018–January 6, 2019.

Waggy Tees / Nora Slade. WAGGY TEE SALE & NORA SLADE RESIDENCY SHOWCASE. Press Release. Conduit, Portland, OR, 2017.

William Basinski. The Disintegration Loops. Performance at the Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas, 12 Mar 2016. Presented by Ballroom Marfa and Marfa Myths.

Willy Smart. “Press, Release: How We Might Begin to Think of Stones as Recordings.” FAKE MUSIC Physical Releases,

Wolfgang Tillmans. How likely is it that only I am right in this matter?. 13 Sept–27 Oct, 2018, David Zwirner Gallery, New York.

Women’s Work. edited by Annea Lockwood and Alison Knowles. With contributions by Beth Anderson, Jacki Apple, Sari Dienes, Bici Forbes, Simone Forti, Wendy Greenbery, Heidi Von Gunden, Mary Lucier, Pauline Oliveros, Mieko Shiomi, Elaine Summers, Carole Weber, Julie Winter,  Marilyn Wood. Brooklyn: Annea Lockwood & Alison Knowles, 1975–1978.

Yuji Agematsu. 2016.02.01/16, BOWERY AND DELANCEY ST. Performance. 12 Jul 2018. Swiss Institute, New York.

Yuji Agematsu. Self-portrait. March 3 — April 2, 2017, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York.