Mike King; Computers and Modern Art: Digital Art Museum An essay specially written for Digital Art Museum, tracing the relationship between the Pioneers of computer fine art and Modern art movements.
Paul Brown; An Emergent Paradigm, 1996 A thoughtful article by an artist and electronic arts educator and commentator who has been part of the international scene for many years.
Mike King; Programmed Graphics in Computer Art and Design, 1995 A Leonardo paper exploring the role of programming for artists at a time when so much ready-made and high-quality art and design software was beginning to appear.
Richard Wright; Some Issues in the Development of Computer Art as a Mathematical Art Form, 1988 One of a number of valuable essays in Leonardo, Electronic Art Supplemental Issue, 1988. Wright provides important insights into the role of mathematics in art.
Frank Dietrich; The Computer: a Tool for Thought-Experiments, 1987 A Leonardo paper by Dietrich with a strongly philosophical basis, drawing on Hegel amongst others to contextualise some important computer artists.
Herbert W. Franke; The Expanding Medium: The Future of Computer Art , 1986 Franke develops his ideas on computer art in this second Leonardo paper.
Herbert W. Franke; The New Visual language: The Influence of Computer Graphics on Art and Society, 1985 A Leonardo paper by one of the earliest pioneers of computer art.The Influence of Computer Graphics on Art and Society
The Technical Memorandum dated August 28, 1962 that A. Michael Noll wrote at Bell Labs to document his early work.