Lynn Hershman Leeson




Lynn Lester Hershman. Feingarten Galleries, Los Angeles.

Reviewed by C[urt] O[pliger], Artforum, December, p. 17, ill.


Adventure of a Line: Drawing Experiences by Lynn Lester Hershman. Santa Barbara Museum of Art.


Lynn Lester Hershman. William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco.

Reviewed by Cecile N. McCann, Artweek, 19 September, p. 8; Knute Stiles, Artforum, November, p. 92, ill. p. 91.

Lynn Lester Hershman: Drawings and Collages. The Graphics Gallery, San Francisco.

Reviewed by Cecile N. McCann, Artweek, September 19, p. 8, ill.


Lynn Lester Hershman: Mouths and Other Pieces. De Saisset Art Gallery, University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California.

Reviewed by Prudence Juris, Artweek, July 1, p. 2, ill.

Lynn Hershman: Completed Fragments. University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley.

Reviewed by Judith Dunham, Artweek, November 25, p. 4, ill.


[Installation], Dante Hotel, San Francisco

Reviewed by Thomas Albright, San Francisco Chronicle, December 22, p. 32; James Minton, Artweek, December 22-29, p. 3, ill.; Peter Selz, Art in America, March-April 1974, p. 118-119, ill.

Lynn Hershman: New Work. Jody Scully Art Gallery, Los Angeles.


Lynn Hershman: New Work. Galeria Smith-Anderson, Palo Alto, California.

Lynn Hershman: Drawings and Sculpture. William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco. Brochure published.

Reviewed by Judith Dunham, Artweek, October 26, p. 13, ill.


Lynn Hershman. Stefanotty Gallery, New York.

What's Behind the Gray Drawer? Manitoba Museum of Finds Art, San Francisco.

Lady Luck: A Double Portrait of Las Vegas. The Personification of Myth. Circus Casino and Spa, Las Vegas, Nevada. Documentation published by the artist in 1976.

Forming a Sculpture/Drama in Manhattan. YWCA, Chelsea Hotel and Plaza Hotel, New York.

Reviewed by Gregory Battcock, Domus 546, May, p. 53-54, ill.; Alfred Frankenstein, Art News, February, p. 78-79, ill.

Re:Forming Familiar Environments. Home of Eleanor and Francis Ford Coppola, San Francisco. Catalogue/documentation published by the artist. Sponsored by the Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art for the Los Angeles County Museum Contemporary Arts Council.


Lynn Hershman: 25 Windows. Bonwit Teller, New York. Sponsored by the Institute for Art and Urban Resources. Catalogue. Reviewed by Gregory Battcock, Domus 566, January 1977, p. 53-54, ill.; SoHoWeekly News, November 4, p. 22, ill.; Jane Bell, St. Louis Post, Dispatch, November 21, p. D5, ill.; David Bourdon, Village Voice, November 8, p. 85, ill., Art in America, July-August 1977, p. 69, 70, ill.; Grace Glueck, New York Times, October 22, p. C20; Kathy Larkin, [New York] Daily News, October 29, p. 6; Lil Picard, Kunstforum 18, p. 297.

Selected Past Projects. The Clocktower, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, New York.

Lynn Hershman. Linda Ferris Gallery, Seattle, Washington.


Lynn Hershman Dream Weekend: A Project for Australia. Ewing and George Patton Galleries, Melbourne University; Exhibition Gallery, Monash University, Victoria, Australia. Catalogue.


Lynn Hershman's New Works. Gallery Paula Anglim, San Francisco.

Reviewed by Alfred Frankenstein, San Francisco Chronicle, May 2, p. 43.

Roberta's Exorcism. Palazzo dei Diamante, Ferrara, Italy.

Lynn Hershman is not Roberta Breitmore, Roberta Breitmore is not Lynn Hershman. M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco. Catalogue Reviewed by Robert Atkins, San Francisco Bay Guardian, May 14, p. 9, ill.; Hal Fisher, Artforum, November, p. 80, ill.; Alfred Frankenstein, San Francisco Chronicle, April 11, p. 40, ill.; Pierre Restany, Domus 584, July, p. 48, ill.; Norma Schlesinger, Sausalito Revue, May, p. 16; Mary Stofflet- Santiago, Artweek, April 29, p. 7.


One Story Building. San Francisco Academy of Art, San Francisco.

Test Patterns: A Factional Docudrama (in time). Performance broadcast on channel KTSF-TV, San Francisco, December 3.

Lynn Hershman: A Memory Vault. Open Gallery, Eugene, Oregon. Installation in Room 201, Eugene Hotel.


Fire Sale. Film installation and performance, May 5, the artist's studio, San Francisco.

Two Story Building: A Film Event by Lynn Hershman. Portland Center for the Visual Arts, Portland, Oregon.


Lynn Hershman: Works. WORKS, San Jose, California.

Hero Sandwiches. Annina Nosei Gallery, New York. Reviewed by Ronny H. Cohen, Artforum, May, p. 77, ill.


Lynn Hershman. Gallery One, San Jose State University, San Jose, California.


Chain Reaction: An Environmental "Light" Opera for Fog, Film and Recombinant News. Lincoln Center, New York Film Festival in conjunction with the Public Art Fund, New York. Reviewed by Jamey Gambrell, Art in America, December, p. 145-146, ill. Catalogue/documentation published by the artist.

Lynn Hershman. Musée d'art moderne, Nice.

Hero Sandwiches. Arvada Arts Center, Arvada, Colorado.


Lynn Hershman: Hero Sandwiches. Alternative Museum, New York.

Lynn Hershman: An Installation of Lorna/The First Interactive Laser Artdisk. Fuller Goldeen Gallery, San Francisco. Reviewed by Alfred Jan, Flash Art 121 (March 1985), p. 46, ill.; Anthony Reveaux, Artweek, December 8, p. 6-7, ill.

Prisoner of Paradise. Santa Barbara Museum of Art and The Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum as part of the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival. Reviewed in Santa Barbara News-Press, June 29, p. B-3.


New Acquisitions. Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California. Video documentation titled Proxemics.

Lorna. CRT, Milan, Italy. Reviewed by Luca Muscarà, Panorama, April 14, ill.; and in La Repubblica, May 22.

Prisoner of Paradise. New Langton Arts, San Francisco. Documented in New Langton Arts 1985.


Endangered Species - A Collaboration. Theater Artaud, San Francisco. Reviewed by Morrie Warshawski, High Performance 36, p. 73, ill.; Marium Wieseng, Image, San Francisco Examiner, August 10, p. 36-37, ill.

Lorna. In conjunction with Houston Festival, presented at Diverse Works, Houston, Texas. Reviewed by Eric Gerber, Houston Post, March 26, p. 2B.

Lorna. Palazzo Fortuny, Venice, Italy.

Lynn Hershman/Interactive Art. LACE/Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles. Documented in LACE, 10 yrs. Documented. Los Angeles: LACE, 1988.


Lynn Hershman: Hero Sandwiches. Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin. Catalogue essay by René Paul Barreaux.


Chameleon Trilogy. Pacific Film Archive, University of California, Berkeley. Catalogue.

Lynn Hershman: Hero Sandwiches. Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco.

Binge: A Videotape by Lynn Hershman. New Langton Arts, San Francisco. Documented in New Langton Arts: Catalog of Programs, January-December 1988.

Video Art: Lynn Hershman. Oakland Museum, Oakland, California.

Hero Sandwiches. Grita Insam Gallery, Vienna, Austria.


Electronic Diary. Palais de Tokyo, Paris.

Video Feature: Talking Heads. International Center of Photography, New York. Program notes by Anne H. Hoy.

The Electronic Diary. Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies. Reviewed by David James, Artweek, February 11, p. 8, ill.

Lynn Hershman: The Electronic Diary. Collective for Living Cinema, New York. Reviewed by Richard C. Ledes, Artforum, Summer, p. 146, ill.


Lynn Hershman: Photographs Never Lie. Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco. Reviewed by Doug Ischar, Artweek, May 3, p. 13, ill.; Liz Lufkin, Review, San Francisco Chronicle, April 15, p. 14; Christine Tamblyn, Art News, Summer, p. 185, ill.


Lynn Hershman Retrospective. Institute of Contemporary Art, London, England. Reviewed by Mansel Stimpson, The Times.

Deep Contact. International Center of Photography, New York. Traveled to Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, California. Catalogue by Charles Stainback. Reviewed by Ann Garrison, Macworld, September 1990, p. 141, ill.

Deep Contact: Video Lynn Hershman. Video Galleriet, Huset, Copenhagen. Catalogue published.

Video Viewpoints: Lynn Hershman. Museum of Modern Art, New York.


Lynn Hershman. Centre International de Création Vidéo, Montbéliard Belfort, France. Catalogue published as no. 4 in series Chimaera monographie.


The Electronic Museum: New Videos by Lynn Hershman. Roxie Cinema, San Francisco.

The Electronic I. Seattle Art Museum and 911, Seattle. September 29, 2023 (The Electronic Diary).

Independent Feature Project. Angelica Film Center, New York. October 2, 2023 (Virtual Love).

Lynn Hershman. Video In, Vancouver. November 19-20, 1993. (Electronic Diary & Virtual Love).


Lynn Hershman: A Room of One's Own. Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco. April 7-May 14, 1994.

Lynn Hershman. Richard L. Nelson Gallery and Fine Art Collection, University of California, Davis. April 10 - May 20, 1994.

Reaching through the Screen: A Tribute to Lynn Hershman. San Francisco International Film Festival, San Francisco. April 28 - May 12, 1994. Reviewed by Naomi Pearce, Release Print, April; Susan Gerhard, SF Guardian, April 27; Jeff Kaliss, I.J. Weekend, April 28.

Virtual Love. U.C. Theater, Berkeley, May 25.

Virtual Love. Roxie Cinema, San Francisco, June 2.

The Electronic Diaries. Northwest Film Center, Portland, Oregon, September 25.

Recovered Diaries. ARTE/La Sept/ZDF Television Screening. September 22. Reviewed in France Soir, September 23.

The Electronic Diaries. Northwest Film Center, Portland, Oregon, September 25. Reviewed in The Oregonian, September 22.

Lorna & Virtual Love. Virginia Festival of American Film, Charlottesville, Virginia, November 7.

Virtual Love. Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 20.

Room of One's Own. Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 29 - January 13.

Electronic Diary. Artists Space, New York, November 20 - December 20.


Room of One's Own. Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 29 - January 13.

Electronic Diary. Artists Space, New York, November 20 - December 20.

Virtually Yours, Retrospective of Lynn Hershman, National Gallery of Canada, Ottowa, Canada, April 24 - June 30.

America's Finest. Paule Anglim Gallery, San Francisco, California, June 8 - July 2.

Paranoid Mirror. Annie Gerber Award, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington August 5 - December 1, 1995.

Paranoid Mirror. Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington, August 4 - December 1. Catalogue. Annie Gerber Award.

America's Finest. Mill Valley Film Festival, Mill Valley, California, October 8. Catalogue.


First Person Plural. Symposium on Vision and Modernity. Moderated by Peter Tscherkassky. Vienna, Austria. March.

Lynn Hershman, Captured Bodies of Resistance. Retrospective. Ujadski Castle, Center for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Poland, March 15 - April 28. Catalogue.

Museum of Modern Art, Poland, May 10 - June 5.

Museum fur Gestaltung, Zurich, Switzerland.

Binge. Edible Cinema, Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, California. August 6.

New York Film and Video Festival, Lincoln Center, New York, August 13.

Silence Elles, Montreal, Canada, October 1-20.

Treasures & Visions. Museum of Modern Art, Graz, Austria, June - September. Catalogue.

Museum of Modern Art, Russelsheim, Germany, June.

Osnabrueck European Media Art Festival, Germany, September. Catalogue.

Lynn Hershman: Neue Photo's und Videoskulpturen. Lutz Teutloff Gallery, Cologne, Germany, October - December.

Virtually Yours, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.


Videoverk van Lynn Hershman, Stelling Gallery, Leiden, Netherlands, June 21. Seduction of a Cyborg, Twists of the Chord, Virtual Love, Desire Inc.


New Works, Gallery 16, San Francisco, CA, September 17 - October 30. Cyborgs. Conceiving Ada Portfolio. Captured Specimen.


Art Electronica, Winner Golden Nica, , September 12, Linz, Austria

Tribute and Retrospective, The Kitchen Center for Video and Music, New York, March-April

Museum of Modern Art, New York, Digital Pioneers, April, 1999

New Works, Gallery 16, San Francisco, CA, September 17 - October 30.

Cyborgs. Conceiving Ada Portfolio. Captured Specimen.

Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco

Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco


Sweeney Gallery, University of California,Riverside

Filmhaus, Koln, Germany October 12 -30

Retrospective, Tribute, Feminale, Koln Germany October 12-14


University of Virginia Museum of Art

Charlottesville, Virginia


Hershmanlandia, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, CA


Bitforms, New York, NY


Autonomous Agents: The Art and Films of Lynn Hershman Leeson, The Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, UK


No Body Special, De Young Museum, San Francisco



50th May Show: Annual Exhibition of Artists and Craftsmen of the Western Reserve. Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. Catalogue published as The Bulletin of The Cleveland Museum of Art, May 1968.


Drawings U.S.A.: Fourth Biennial. St. Paul Art Center, St. Paul, Minnesota. Catalogue.


Vredaparis, Hershman, and Genn] Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California. Reviewed by Jean Jaszi, Artweek, April 11, p. 8, ill.


Ralph Massey, Lynn Lester Hershman. Galeria del Sol, Santa Barbara, California.


The Games Show. San Francisco Art Institute. Reviewed by Prudence Juris [Lynn Hershman], Artweek, August 12, p.12.


[Untitled Group Show] Mills College, Oakland, California. Reviewed by Terry Pink Alexander, Artweek, January 20, p.1, ill.

Women's Women. Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California. Reviewed by Mollie O'Neill, Artweek, October 6, p. 3, ill.

Drawings. Richard Demarco Art Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Drawings. Laguna Beach Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California.


New Acquisitions. University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley.


Women. Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, New York. Catalogue.

Images of Women. Linda Ferris Gallery, Seattle, Washington. Reviewed by Regina Hackett, Artweek, November 29, p.13.


Three Performers. Mandeville Art Gallery, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California.

Rooms P.S. 1. Institute for Art and Urban Resources, New York. Catalogue published.


American Narrative/Story Art: 1976-1977. Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas. Catalogue edited by Paul Schimmel. Traveled in 1978 to Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Louisiana; Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba, Canada; University Art Museum, Berkeley, California; University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Open to New Ideas: A Collection of New Art for Jimmy Carter. Georgia Museum of Art, Athens. Catalogue by Richard S. Schneiderman published as Georgia Museum of Art Bulletin (vol. 2, no.3-vol. 3, nos.1-3) 1976-77. Reviewed by Sally Adair, The Athens Observer, January 6, p. 1,12, ill.; Carter Ratcliff, Art in America, March-April, p. 10-12.

(H)errata. Angel Island, San Francisco.

Cityscapes Video Week: Works by Peter D'Agostino, Ronald Shelton, First Generation Video, Lynn Hershman, Banana Productions. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Downtown Center.

Intervention sur les Mass-Medias. Galerie Lara Vincy, Paris. September - October 1977


A Peek into the Private Life of Rrose Selavy: Fifty Non-Art Objects from the Lives of Fifty Artists. Helen Euphrat Gallery, De Anza College, Cupertino, California.

Museum des Geldes.: über die seltsame Natur des Geldes in Kunst Wissenschaft und Leben II. Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen. Catalogue. Traveled to Stedelijk van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, and Musée Nationale d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.

Video Free America Presents. Video Free America, San Francisco.


Space, Time, Sound: Conceptual Art in the San Francisco Bay Area, the 1970s. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Catalogue by Suzanne Foley.


Women in Performance. Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans, Louisiana. Catalogue published.

San Francisco Video Review. Video Free America, San Francisco, California. Brochure published.


Persona. New Museum, New York. Catalogue by Lynn Gumpert and Ned Rifkin. Reviewed by John Perreault, SoHo News, November; John Russell, New York Times, October 25, p. D35.

Distinguished Alumni. California College of Arts and Crafts Gallery, Oakland, California.

ICA Street Sights 2: Non-Credited Americans. Institute for Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Installation at Wanamaker's Department Store, Philadelphia. Documented in High Performance 14, p. 36, ill.


Ice & Air. Lake George Project for the Arts, Lake George, New York.

Inside Self, Someone Else. Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio. Catalogue.


What's Happening: Contemporary Art from California, Oregon, and Washington. Alternative Museum, New York. Catalogue.

The Independent Video Showcase. Video Free America, San Francisco. Brochure published.

BART: Bay Area Rapid Transmission. [sic] Videoroom, San Francisco, California.


Art in the San Francisco Bay Area: 1945-1980. Oakland Museum, Oakland, California. Reviewed by Mark van Proyen, Artweek, July 13, p. 1.


Tecnologia e Informatica. Presented as part of the 42nd Venice Biennale. Two catalogues published: XLII Esposizione internazionale d'arte: Catalogo Generale, and Arte e Biologia/Technologia e Informatica.

Install-video-side. Galleria d'arte moderna, Bologna. Exhibition organized as part of L'Immagine Elettronica. Catalogue by Lola Bonora.


Lively Arts: Video and Performance. Fresno Arts Center, Fresno, California. Reviewed by Tony Reveaux, Artweek, April 18, p. 11. Corporate Crime/Malicious Mischief. Power and Mediation: A fin de Siècle Tautology. Installation, San Diego, California. Traveled in 1988 to Media Gallery, San Francisco. Catalogue.


Personal Histories. Through the Flower, Benicia, California. Catalogue by Kathryn Funk. Reviewed by Christine Tamblyn, Artweek, April 16, p. 5.

The Global Village 14th Annual Documentary Festival. Media Studies Program, The New School for Social Research, Joseph Papp Theater, New York. Program published.

Identity: Representations of the Self. Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza, New York. Catalogue. Reviewed by Arlene Raven, Village Voice, January 31, p. 86.

Guerilla Art. A Space, Toronto, Canada. Catalogue.

Women's Autobiographical Art Books. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Catalogue.

Photography in Art Today. Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco, California. Events by Eight Artists. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.


"No - TV". Project of the Media Exhibition Program at Visual Studies Workshop, shown on Channel 12, Greater Rochester Cablevision, Rochester, New York. Program published.

53 Festival International de Films et Vidéos de Femmes de Montréal. Montreal, Canada. Catalogue.

Ars Electronica 89. Linz, Austria. Program published. Reviewed by Erkki Huhtamo, Helsingin Sanomat.

Extended Definitions: Video Experiments in Perception. Artists Space, New York. Catalogue.

33rd London Film Festival. British Film Institute, London. Program published.

Revealing Conversations: Art and Technology in the Bay Area. Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California.

New American Makers. Opera Plaza Theaters, San Francisco, California.


Video Witness: Festival of New Journalism. Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York. Program published.

Bay Area Media. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California. Catalogue published. Reviewed by Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle, March 25, p. 14, ill.; Tony Reveaux, Artweek, April 19, p. 1, ill.; Christine Tamblyn, High Performance 51 (Fall), p. 52.

Femme Totale. Dortmund, Germany.

Frankfurt Art Fair. Frankfurt, Germany.

Copenhagen Film + Video Workshop Festival 90. mDet Danske Filmvaersted/The Danish Film Workshop, Copenhagen. Catalogue.

39th Melbourne International Film Festival. Melbourne, Australia. Catalogue.

5ème Manifestation Internationale de Video et de Television de Montbéliard. Centre International de Création Vidéo Montbéliard Belfort, Montbéliard, France. Reviewed by Véronique Monniotte, L'Est Républicain, June 18; L'Humanité, June 21; Libération, July 2; Welterbildung und Medien 4 (July-August).

Interactions: Zeven kunstenaars met interactief werk/Seven artists with interactive work. Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede. Catalogue.

Electronic Diary. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts.

4. Videonale in Bonn. Bonn, Kunstverein. Catalogue.

13th Annual Mill Valley Film Festival. Mill Valley, California. Program published.

Longshot. Women in the Director's Chair, Chicago, Illinois.


Currents. Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.

Interaktiivisen Mediataiteen Näyttely. Gallery OTSO, Espoo, Finland. Organized as part of the 3rd International Video Festival in Finland, Helsinki. Reviewed by Tiina Nyrhinen, Helsingin Sanomat, April 17, ill.; Anne Rouhiainen, Uusi Suomi, April 24, ill.; Peggy Scheinin, Form Function Finland 3, p.6-9, ill.

De-Persona. Oakland Museum, Oakland, California. Catalogue published. Reviewed by David Bonetti, San Francisco Examiner, June 7, p. C-7, ill.; Allan Gordon, Artweek, July 4, p. 1, 17, ill.

Images du Futur '91. La Cité des Arts et des Nouvelles Technologies, Montreal, Canada. Catalogue.

8 Fotoquipo. Bienal de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. Catalogue.

Kunstmuseum, Odense, Denmark.


Intimate Technologies/Fictional Personas. Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York. Catalogue.

"Bitte berühren": Interaktive Videoinstallationen. Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe. Catalogue.

Through the Looking Glass: Artists' First Encounters with Virtual Reality. Jack Tilton Gallery, New York. Catalogue published on disc.

Another Reality: Critical Technology. Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Reviewed by Margaret Shearin, Style Magazine, July 1, p. 11.

Videonale 5. Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, Germany. Catalogue.

Art at the Armory: Occupied Territory. Chicago Avenue Armory, Chicago, Illinois. Catalogue published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.

Video and Orality. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Catalogue by Jean Gagnon


TV Times: The World through the Box. Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California.

New California Video Artists. Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California. Reviewed by Holly Willis, Video Networks 17, no. 4 (August/September), p. 19-20.

Diaries: Michel Auder, Sadie Benning, Lynn Hershman, George Kuchar. Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California. Reviewed by Michael Darling, Santa Barbara Press, September 24 ; Kristine McKenna, The Times, September 27.

Montage 93. Rochester, New York. July 11-August 29, 1993. Reviewed by Andy Grundberg, Newsletter of the Friends of Photography, September/October.

Contemporary Art Forum. Santa Barbara, California. September 11 - October 30, 1993. Reviewed in The Independent, September 9; Frank Peter, Press Telegram, September 5; Ann Skiold, The Independent, September 16.

Disorderly Conduct. PPOW, New York.

Artificial Games. Medien Labor Munchen, Munich. September 19 - October 16 1993.

Other Affirmations: A Tribute to Marlon Riggs. Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, California. October 1.

5ème Semaine internationale de vidéo/5th International VideoWeek. Geneva, Switzerland.

Iterations: The New Image. Opened at the Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, as part of Montage 93, and traveled to the International Center of Photography, Midtown, New York. Reviewed in Village Voice, October 19; by A.D. Coleman, New York Observer, November 15; Charles Hagen, New York Times, October 29; Anne Barclay Morgan, Art in America 82, no. 4 (April 1994), p. 37-41, ill.; Mitchell Seidl, New Jersey Star Ledger, October 24.

Machine Culture: The Virtual Frontier. Anaheim, California. Catalogue published in Visual Proceedings: The Art & Interdisciplinary Programs of SIGGRAPH 93. New York: The Association for Computing Machinery. Reviewed by Margaret Morse, Video Networks 17, no. 5 (October/November), p. 19-23.

Künstliche Spiele. MLM, Medienlabor München, Munich. Reviewed by Hans- Joachim Müller, Die Zeit, October1. Exhibition documented in book of same title, edited by Georg Hartwagner, et al.

Mill Valley Film Festival. Reviewed by Barry Caine, Alameda Times Star, September 17; Dennis Harvey, Daily Variety, September 28 and November 1; Scott Rosenberg, San Francisco Examiner, October 9; Nancy Steidtmann, Marin Independent Journal, October 9; Randy Turoff, Bay Times, September 23.Les Lieux de Vidéo. United Media Arts Gallery and Durham Art Gallery, Durham, Ontario, Canada.

Art in the Age of Electronic Media. San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, October 21.

American Documentary: A Retrospective View. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, November 6.

Dallas Video Festival. Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas. November 4 - 11.

Women and Science Fiction. Northwest Film Archive, Portland, Oregon. November 19. Reviewed by D. K. Holm, Willamette Week, November 18; also reviewed in The Oregonian, November 18.


V Festival Internacional de Video. Vigo. January 12-30. Program Published.

Erotic?. Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco, California. January 13 - February 19.

Women in the Director's Chair. Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. January 14. Reviewed by Terri Sutton, City Pages, January 12.

Cyberfilm Festival. Landmark Theaters, Berkeley, California. January 30 - February. Reviewed by Barry Caine, The Oakland Tribune, January 30 .

Das Kleine Fernsehspiel. International Filmfestival Rotterdam, Rotterdam. January 31 - February 3. Program Published.

Seduced and Abandoned. ICA, London, January.

Matrilineage: Women's Art and Change. Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, February. Reviewed by Sherry Chayat, Syracuse Herald American, January 30.

13th American Film Institute National Video Festival. AFI, Los Angeles, California. February 3-6. Reviewed by Sean O'Neill, L.A. Village View, February 4.

threevisions. Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Cambridge, February 14 - March 17.

Film/Video Laboratorium. Goethe Institute, Warsaw. April 19 - 24.

Mirror, Mirror.... The Olivier Art Center, California College of the Arts and Crafts, Oakland, California. May 25 - July 23.

Copenhagen Workshop Festival. Danish Film Institute Workshop, Copenhagen, June 2-8.

Video Art: Checking the Frontier. Electronic Media Arts, Australia, June 3-5.

Altered Egos. Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, California, July.

A Flame Extinguished - Marlon Riggs. British Film Institute, London, August 2.

Arts Électroniques! Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal, Canada, August 30 - September 3.

Video Art XV. Pallazo della Sopracenaria, Locarno, September 1 - 4.

V-topia. Tramways, Glasgow, July. Reviewed by Piers Masterson, Art Review, October.

Countdown Millenium. Mill Valley Film Festival, Mill Valley, October 8.

Viper. International Film and Video Festival, Lucerne, October.

Conceptual Art from the Bay Area. Artists Space, New York, October 29.

Virginia Festival of American Film, Charlottesville, Virginia, October 27 - 30.

Doors of Perception 2: @Home. RAI Congress Centre, Amsterdam, November 4 - 6.

Le Temps de L'ailleurs. Galerie Lara Vincy, Paris, November.

Big Shots , Little Shots. Transamerica Pyramid, San Francisco, California, October 13 - November.

3 Rivers Film Festival. Pittsburgh Filmakers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 4 - 17.

Duchamp's Leg. The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 5, 2022 - March 26, 1995.

Lecture/Screening. The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, November 28.

Horizons: Video and Electronic Art Projects. The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 29, 2022 - January 29, 1995.


Sex Sells. University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California, January 7.

Mediopolis. Video Festival, Berlin, Germany, February 2 - 19.

Utopia/Dystopia. SF Camerawork/Yerba Buena Center, San Francisco, California, April 7 - 9.

Video Screening, SF Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California, April 7 - 9.

New Interactive Art, Center for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Poland, April 15 - 29.

New Interactive Video, Video Positive, Liverpool, England April 29 - June 1.

5th International Sound Basis Visual Art Festival, Wroclaw, Poland, May 3 - 7.

Virtually Yours, National Gallery of Canada, Ottowa, Canada, May 4 - June 30.

Siemens Medien Kunst Preis, Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany, May 15.

Interactive Media Festival. Variety Arts Center, Los Angeles, California, June 4- 7.

Beautiful People/Beautiful Friends. Cinematheque, San Francisco, California, June 11.

New Interactive Electronic Art.. Ikon Gallerie, Birmingham, London July 15 - August 15.

ISEA International Symposium of Electronic Art. Montreal, Canada.

Digital Meditations. Art Center School, Pasadena, California. August 4 - October 1.

International Film and Videofestival, Luzerne, October 25 - 29.

American Film Institute Video Festival. Los Angeles, California. October 13 - 15.

Freiburger Festival of New Video. Frieburg, Germany. September.

Deuxieum Manifestation Internationale Video et Art Electronique, Champ Libre, September 19 - 25.

Digital Village. University of Maryland, Baltimore, November 2 - December 30.

Art as Signal. Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, Champaigne,

November 17 - December 30.

Obsessions. Rijksmuseum Enschede, Amsterdam, Holland October 3 - 25.

Now Festival. Nottingham, England, October 6 - 20.

Cologne Art Faire. Lutz Teutloff Gallery, Cologne, Germany, November 12 - 19.

Photography After Photography, Krems Kunsthalle, Krems, Germany, December 16, 2022 - (two year) traveling. Catalogue.

Cherchez La Femme. Kunsthaus, Hamburg, Germany, December 12, 1995- January 14, 1996. Catalogue.

Scenes of a Theory. The Artwork as Agent of Filmic Discourse. The Depot, Vienna, Austria. Lorna.

Los Angeles International Film Festival, American Film Institute, Los Angeles, CA. Double "Click" Face.


Photography After Photography, December 16, 1995, begins. Catalogue.Aktionsforum Praterinsel, Munich; Krems Kunsthall, Krems; Stadtische Galerie, Erlangen; Brandenburgische, Kunstammlungen Cottbus; Museet for Fotokunst, Odense; Fotomuseum Winterthur. America's Finest.


Alternative Spaces/Medienwelten. Kultur im Sommer 1996, Ausstellung Festung Ruesselheim, July 7 - August 1996. A Room of One's Own.

Ich @ Du Communication and New Media. Museum fur Gestaltung, Zurich, Switzerland, February 10 - March 15. Paranoid Mirror.

Forum Section, 46 International Filmfestspiele, Berlin. Berlin, Germany, February 16-26. Catalogue.

Pandemonium Festival. Institute of Contemporary Art, London, England, February 23.

Sexual Politics: Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party in Feminist Art History, Armand Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, California, March 1 - April 23. Catalogue. Roberta Breitmore Construction Chart.

Generations: The Lineage of Influence in the Bay Area. Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California, September - November. Catalogue.

Mill Valley Film Festival: Tribute to Karen Black. Mill Valley, California, October 7.

Integrated Hemispheres: Blausthaus Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Clicking On CD- ROM, Photographs.

European Media Art Festival, Osnabruck, Germany A Room of One's Own.


Discord, Sabotage of Realities. Kunstverein und Kunsthaus, Hamburg, Germany, November 30 - January 19. Catalogue. America's Finest


Reel to Real Sex. Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, Buffalo, New York, March 8 - 14, 1997. Found Footage.

Women in the Director's Chair, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 17. Found Footage.

Unheimliches Vergnuegen/Uncanny Pleasures: Femme Totale Frauenfilmfestival/The 6th Dortmund International Film Festival, Dortmund, Germany, March 12 - 16, 1997. Catalogue. Double Cross Click Click, Phantoms Limbs, Hero Sandwiches.

A Rrose is a Rrose is a Rrose: Gender Performance in Photography , Guggenheim Museum, New York, March - June 1997. Roberta's Construction Chart.

Interakt! Schlüsselwerke Interaktiver Kunst, Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum Duisburg, April 27 - June 15, 1997. Catalogue. Lorna.

Arte Chido, El Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Mexico City, April 23 - June 22. America's Finest.

You Are Here: Re-Siting Installations, Henry Moore and Gulbenkian Galleries, Royal College of Art, London, England, April 25 - May 16. A Room of One's Own.

Das Neue Gesicht , Kunstverein Konstanz, Bonn, Germany, February 8 - April 6. Phantom Limbs.

Alternative Visions. Dear Diary: Selected Entries. Day Three. Berkeley Art Museum. Pacific Film Archive. Berkeley, California. June 17. First Person Plural.

Deep Storage: Arsenale der Erinnerung, Haus der Kunst München, Munich, Germany, August 3 - October 12, 1997., P.S.1, New York, Summer 1998, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, Washington, November 5, 2022 - January 24, 1999. Book. Roberta Breitmore.

Opening. ZKM, Media Museum, Karlsruhe, Germany, October 18, 1997. The Difference Engine #3.


New Realities: Hand-Colored Photographs 1839 to the Present, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, Wyoming, February 8 - May 18, 1997; Boise Art Museum June 26 - August 17, 1997; James A. Michener Museum of Art, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, November 22, 2022 - February 8, 1998; DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, Massachusetts, March 28 - May 24, 1998; Yellowstone Art Center, Billings Montana, August - September 1998. Freud/Monroe from Hero Sandwiches series.

Photography After Photography, Siemens, Munich, Germany. February 2, 2023 begins. Adelaide Festival, Austrailia; Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, U.S.A.; Finlands Fotografiska Museum, Helsinki, Finland. America'sFinest.


Video i. KTEH, San Jose, February 2, 1998. Found Footage.

Out of Actions: Actionism, Body Art & Performance 1949 - 1979. Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, February 1998. Travelling.

Rudolph Frieling. "Lynn Hershman: Cyborgs and Tillie the Telerobotic Doll", Transmediale 98. February 1998, Berlin, pages 27.

Caught on Tape, Myths and Revisions. Arizona State University, February 21- May 24, 1998. Double Cross Click Click.

Women in the Director's Chair: Home Girls, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN, March 18. Conceiving Ada.

Interface: Art and Tech in the Bay Area. Duke University Art Museum, Durham, North Carolina, April 2 - June 7. Catalogue .

Digital Days. Copenhagen, Denmark, April 23 - 28 1998. Catalogue, p. 61. Conceiving Ada.

San Francisco International Film Festival. April 23-May 7 1998. Catalogue. Conceiving Ada.

Avatar: Of Postmodern Times and Multiple Identities, May 29 - June 16, Amsterdam, 1998. V irtual Love, Double Cross Click Click.

45th Sydney Film Festival, Sydney, Australia, June 5-19, 1998. Conceiving Ada.

Kiasma-teatterissa. Museum of Contemporary Art. The Finnish National Gallery. Helsinki, Finland. 13 September 1998. Conceiving Ada.

Arsenals 98: 7th International Film Forum. Riga, Latvia. 21 - 28 September 1998. Conceiving Ada.

Videonale 8: Internationales Video- und Medienkunstfestival. Bonner Kunstverein. 25 - 29 Septemeber 1998. First Person Plural.

L'Immagine Leggera. PalermoInternational Video Art Film and Media Festival, Sept. 26 - Oct. 4, 1997, Catalogue.B-Files, First Person Plural.

Body Méchanique: Artistic Exploration of Digital Realms. Film/Video Events. Wexner Center for the Arts. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, October 9 & 10, 1998. Conceiving Ada.

New Media/Videofest Opening Extravaganza. Mill Valley Film Festival. October 2, 1998. Millenium Blues/ Cyberchild.

Arte Themenabend/Topical Evening: Navigating the Millenium. Stories from the End of the Century. Goethe Institut. October 6, 1998. Navigating the Millenium/Cyberchild.

Sacramento Festival of Cinema,The Crest Theatre, September 25-October 3, 1998. Conceiving Ada.

Montreal International Festival of New Cinema and New Media

October 15-25, 1998. Conceiving Ada.

The 11th Annual Virginia Film Festival, October 29-November 1, 1998. Charlottesville, Virginia, Conceiving Ada.

Cyber 98. Centro Cultural de Belem, Lisbon, Portugal. November 12 - December 20, 1998. America's Finest. Room of One's Own.

frauen am computer. frauenkino xenia, Zürich, Switzerland. November/December 1998. Conceiving Ada, Seduction of a Cyborg, The Windows of Bonwit Teller, Marvelous Still, First Person Plural, Confessions of a Chameleon, The Making of Conceiving Ada.


1999 Cinequest: San Jose Film Festival 9. San Jose, CA. February 25 - March 3, 1999. Conceiving Ada.

Facets Cinematheque: Women in the Director's Chair. Chicago, Ill. March 12-18, 1999. Conceiving Ada.

Connected Cities, William Lehmbruch Museum, Duisberg, Germany June 13 - October 2 (Catalogue)

Net_Condition ZKM, Institute of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, ICC Tokyo September -October, 1999 (Catalogue)

Golden Nica, Ars Electronica, OK Center, Linz, Austria (Catalogue)

Meaning and Message, Oakland Museum of Art, Nov. 6 – March 12, 2023 (Phantom Limbs)

100 Artists Interpret the Tzedakah Box, Jewish Museum, San Francisco, California, November 11- December 30.


He Said, She Said, Sundance Channel Cinema, April

Self as Someone Else, NRW Museum, Dusseldorf, (Catalogue) Roberta, First Person Plural

California Photography Invitational, Friends of Photography, Ansel Adams Center, San Francisco, Ca. (Tours/Catalogue)

Art and Entertainment Network, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Feb – March, (Catalogue)

New Work, The Lab, San Francisco, March 2000

Kunsten Festival of the Arts, Brussels June 24-July 5

Media City_Seoul, Seoul Korea, Bi Ennial.

Expo 2000, Hannover, Germany

Cross Female, Berlin, Germany

San Francisco Internationla Art Exposition, San Francisco

National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.


Made in California, 1900 – 2000 Los Angeles County Museum of Art October 22, 2022 – February 25, 2023

Double Life Foundation Generale, Vienna Austria, may 12 –august 3, 2001 (Catalogue)

New York University,/U.S.C.

I and Thou, Conference and seminar March 12-16

San Diego Museum of Art 100 years of California Art

Edit Russ House fur New Mediunkunst Oldenburg, German September 15- October 4


All Digital, MOCA, Cleveland, OH

Elusive Materials, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA

Techno/Sublime, CU Art Museum, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

Edge Conditions, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA


Wack! Art and the Feminist Revolution, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

Identity Theft: Eleanor Antin, Lynn Hershman, and Suzy Lake, 1972-78, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA



"De Forest is De Forest is De Forest." Artweek, November 27, p. 1, ill.


"Tom Marioni: On Record." Artweek, May 6, p. 2. Interview conducted by Lynn Hershman.

"Jack the Ripper: Alive and Well in San Francisco." Artweek, October 21, p. 22-23, ill. Lynn Hershman interviews Jack Chipman.


"Interview with [Dennis] Oppenheim." Studio International 960 (November), p. 196-197, ill.

'Visual Arts at the Edinburgh Festival." Studio International 959, October, p. 158-160, ill.

"Slices of Silence, Parcels of Time: The Book as Portable Sculpture." Essay in exhibition catalogue, Artists Books. Philadelphia: Moore College of Art, p. 8-14.


Plaza Hotel: November 2-3, 1974. Artist's book/documentation of Plaza Hotel installation, New York.

Surrounding Areas. Walnut Creek, California: Civic Arts Gallery. Exhibition catalogue.

Y.W.C.A.: October 27-31, 1974. Artist's book/documentation of Y.W.C.A. installation, New York.


"Behind the Running Fence." Currant, June-July, p. 8-9, ill.

[Contributions to] A Survey of Alternative Art Spaces: Floating Seminar #2. Edited and with an introduction by Paul Kagawa. San Francisco: The Floating Seminar.

Forming a Sculptured/Drama in Manhattan. New York: Marginal Art and Stefanotty Gallery. Artist's book/documentation of installations at the Chelsea and Plaza Hotels, and the Y.W.C.A. in New York, October 21 - December 15, 1974.

Re:Forming Familiar Environments. Artist's book/documentation of installation with Eleanor Coppola, San Francisco, May 1975.


Lady Luck: A Double Portrait of Las Vegas. Artist's book documenting a work presented at the Circus Circus Casino and Spa, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 2, 1975.

"Roberta Breitmore: An Alchemical Portrait Begun in 1975." La Mamelle: Art Contemporary 5, p. 24-27, ill.


"California Oggi." Data 27, (July-September) p. 50-55, ill.; English translation, p. 1-2.

"The Floating Museum Phase I and Phase II." La Mamelle Magazine: Art Contemporary, v. 2, no. 8, p. 66, ill.


Floating Spaces: Notes on a Portable Alternative." In The New Arts Space: A Summary of Alternative Visual Arts Organizations Prepared in Conjunction with a Conference. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, p. 33-34.

Global Passport. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Catalogue/guide to The Floating Museum, Global Space Invasion (Phase II), July 7- August 20.

"Reflections on the Electric Mirror" in New Artists Video: A Critical Anthology, edited by Gregory Battcock. New York: Dutton.


"Imprisoned Eggs for Timothy Leary" in California Artists Cookbook. New York: Abbeville Press, p.156-157, ill.

"Objective Self/Kristine Stiles -- A Dialogue/Subjective Referent" in Questions 1977-1982, by Kristine Stiles. San Francisco: KronOscope Press.


"Politics and Interactive Media Art." Journal of Contemporary Studies 8, no. 1 (Winter-Spring), p.62-70, ill. Reprinted in Corporate Crime/Malicious Mischief. San Diego: Installation Press, 1987.


"Bodyheat: Interactive Media and Human Response." High Performance 37, p. 45-46, ill.


"Lust and Anger: The Commodification of Marginality (excerpts from Seven Deadly Sins )". Cinematograph 3, p. 47-48, ill.


"Die Fantasie ausser Kontrolle." Kunstforum 104 (September - October), p. 232-239, ill.


[Contribution to] Stretch Camera Project. Supplement toShift 11, published by Artspace, San Francisco.

[From the series "Photographs Never Lie"] Zyzzyva 22, Summer, p. 86-87, ill.

"The Electronic Diary -- An Ongoing Life Cycle." Whitewalls 25 (Spring), p. 71-79, ill.


"Changes in Performance." Studio Art Magazine . Haifa, Israel, August, p. 63.

"The Fantasy Beyond Control" in Illuminating Video: An Essential Guide to Video Art. Edited by Doug Hall and Sally Jo Fifer. New York and San Francisco: Aperture in Association with the Bay Area Video Coalition, p. 267-273, ill.

Contribution to] Pierre Restany, Le Coeur et la Raison. Musée des Jacobins, Morlaiz, France.


"Terminal Reality and the Disembodied Presence." NACA Journal 1, p. 117-124, ill.

[Contribution to] "Words on Works." Leonardo 25, no. 1, p. 93.


"Art-ificial Sub-versions, Inter-action and the New Reality," Camerawork 20, no. 1, cover and p. 20-25, ill.

"Touch-Sensitivity and Other Forms of Subversion: Interactive Artwork." Leonardo 26, no. 5, p. 431- 436, ill.

"Lynn by Lynn." Video Taide Media. Helsinki:Taide, 141.


[Contribution to] Children, Youth & City: A Collaborative Assemblage Book. Edited by Molly Hankwitz. San Francisco: Lure Art Books.

"Room of One's Own - Slightly Behind The Scenes" Iterations: the New Image, Timothy Druckery, ed. Cambridge and London:MIT Press, pp. 150 - 156.


"Preliminary Notes." ZKM Medienalle Catalogue , May.

"Lust and Longing in Cyberspace." Kunstforum , September.

"Romancing The Antibody" Catalogue , Seattle Art Museum, August.

"Room of One's Own - Again." Cherche La Femme, Museum of Art, Hambourg, Germany.


"Romancing the Antibody." Kunstforum International, BD 132, November- January 1996, pages 158 - 167.

Clicking In. Hershman, Lynn, ed. Seattle: Bay Press.


"Virtual Space, Expanded Interaction and Infinite Surveillance: Techniques for the New Reality." Felix voyeurism, Vol. 2, No. 2. 1999, pages 287-291

"Romantiserung des Antik–rpers. Gier und Begehren im (Cyber)space." Ich ist etwas Anderes. Kunst am Ende des 20.Jahrhunderts. Kunstammlung Nordrheiin-Westfalen. Dumont. Pages 60-65.



Chipman, Jack. "Lynn Lester Hershman: An Interview." Artweek, July 1, p. 2, ill.


"Six Artists in Search of a Definition of San Francisco." Art News, Summer, p. 34-37, ill. Round-table discussion led by Peter Selz.


"Lynn Hershman." Currant, August/October, p. 44, 50, ill. Interview conducted by Alana Heiss.

"Some Notes on a Conversation with Lynn Hershman, Director of the Floating Museum, by Mary Stofflet." La Mamelle, vol. 1, no. 4 (Spring), p. 17.


Georgia Museum of Art Bulletin 1976-77. Catalogue of exhibition Open to New Ideas. Includes statement by the artist, p. 35, and transcription of her participation in "Artists Convention in Athens, Georgia, January 7, 1977", p. 132-133, 135, 139, 140, 141, ill.


"(H)errata." La Mamelle Magazine: Art Contemporary 10, (vol. 3, no. 1) p. 8-9, ill. Lynn Hershman and Jo Hanson with Moira Roth, San Francisco, October 18, 1977.

"An Interview with Lynn Hershman." Roth, Moira. LAICA Journal 17 (January/February), p. 18-24, ill. Additional photographs published as "Errata." LAICA Journal 19 (June/July), p. 44.


[Statement in] Persona. New York: New Museum of Contemporary Art, p. 40-41, ill.


[Statement in] Art Com 20, p. 26-27.


[Letter to the Editor] Artweek, August 24, p. 14.

"Discover the Truth about Lorna, and Win a Free Trip Around the World." Loeffler, Carl. Art Com 25, p. 52-53, 5, ill.


Connecting Conversations: Interviews with 28 Bay Area Women Artists. Moira Roth, ed. Oakland: Eucalyptus Press, Mills College, 1988, p. 86-92, ill. Interview conducted by Elizabeth Derecktor, San Francisco, September 26.


[Statement in] Lynn Hershman: Hero Sandwiches . Madison: Madison Art Center.


[Statement in] "The Function of Art in Culture Today."High Performance 41/42 (Spring-Summer), p. 47.


"Art that 'Pushes an Edge'." Risska, Rol. Inside San Francisco State University, June, p. 3, ill. Interview.


Deep Contact: Video Lynn Hershman. Video Galleriet, Huset, Copenhagen. Exhibition catalogue containing statements and an interview.


"Personal Interactivity and New Video: Lynn Hershman." Herbert, Justine. Film/Tape World: Northern California's Film & Video Newsmagazine , 6, no. 1, February, p.1, 22, ill.

"A Conversation with Lynn Hershman." Tromble, Meredith. Artweek, May 6, p. 27.


"Whose Future is it?" Soe, Valerie. Release Print, May, p.10-24, ill.


"Local Filmmakers Name All-Time Favorites." Guthmann, Edward. San Francisco Chronicle Datebook. April 13, 1997. p. 44.

[Statement in] "The Indelible Images Series." 40th San Francisco Film Festival Catalogue, April 24- May 8, 1997. p. 95.

Videotaped Interview by Lisa Milosevich, Founder Chik-Tek 97. CD-ROM.


"Life after purgatory is like an archive." Interview with Gislind Nabakowski. Eikon: Internationale Zeitschrift für Photographie uns Medienkunst. Heft 23, 1998. pp. 3-9, ill.

"Risky Business: An Interview with Lynn Hershman Leeson." Release Print. April 1998, p.32-34. iil. Conceiving Ada.

"Lynn Hershman" The Visual Artists Awards. Flintridge Foundation, 1997/98. Statement and Illustration., pp. 12-13.

"Movie Close Up" Interview with Bonnie Steiger. KUSF, Public Access Television, San Francisco. February 17, 1999.

"Ada, conceived and released," Interview with Michael Fox. Film/Tape. February 1999.


"Difference Engine #3," Artist’s Statement, Leonardo, vol. 32, no. 4, pp 269-70


Interview with Lynn Hershman", Moira Roth. n.paradoxa, vol.5 2000, pp 17-21

Catalogue Article, Connected Cities, Wilhelm Lehmbruch Museum,

"Virtual Space, Expanded Interaction and Infinite Surveillance: ‘ Techniques for the New Reality." Felix Voyeurism, Vol. 2, No. 2.

"Private I", ZKM Catalogue, Sept.2001

Montano, Linda. Interview by author in Performance

Artists Talking in the Eighties. Berkeley: UC Press, Pp 60-66.


Packer, Randall From Wagner to Virtual Reality W.W.Norton, pages 320-326

Waldrup, Noah MIT Press "New Media"

"Taschen Woman Artists" by Uta Grosenick. Koln, Germany.



Dunham, Judith. "Painting the Walls of San Quentin." Artweek, September 4, p. 15, ill.

"For Funky Dining." San Francisco Chronicle, August 25, p.22, ill.

Frankenstein, Alfred. "The Floating Museum Murals." San Francisco Chronicle, July 22, p. 42, ill.


Ballatore, Sandra Lee. "Lynn Hershman as Roberta Breitmore." New Performance , vol. 1, no. 2, p. 27-30, ill.

Blum, Walter. "A Museum without Walls." California Living Magazine, San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle, April 3, p. 16-18, ill.

Burnham, Jack. "San Quentin Mural Project." New Art Examiner, May, p. 4-5, ill.

"Lynn Hershman." Data 27 (July-September), p. 62-63, ill.; English translation, p. 4.

Ratcliff, Carter. "Report from San Francisco." Art in America, May/June, p. 59-60, ill.

Rosler, Martha. "The Private and the Public: Feminist Art in California." Artforum, September, p. 72-74, ill.


Roth, Moira. "Toward A History of California Performance: Part One." Arts Magazine, February, p. 101-102, ill. p. 98.

Stein, Ruthe. "The Alter Ego of an Offbeat Artist." San Francisco Chronicle, May 8, p. 22, ill.


Deak, Frantisek. "The Use of Character in Artistic Performance." The Dumb Ox 10/11, Spring, p. 68-70, ill.


Orloff, Kossia. "Women in Performance Art: The Alternate Persona." Heresies 17, p. 37-39.


Jan, Alfred. "Lynn Hershman: Process of Empowerment." High Performance 32, p. 36-38, ill.

Peters, Catherine. "Totally Tubular Artists." California Living, San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle , September15, p. 14-15, ill. p. 11.

Van Gelder, Lawrence. "'New Television', Channel 13 Series." New York Times , June 7, p. C2.


"Off the Wall: San Francisco Harbors this Year's Hippest Form of Expression, Perfomance Art." People , July 14, p. 76.

Smith, Kim. "Lynn Hershmanís Interactive Videodisk Lorna."Artspace 10, pt. 2, Spring, p. 15-17, ill.

Tamblyn, Christine. "Lynn Hershman's Narrative Anti-Narratives." Afterimage, Summer, cover, p. 8-10, ill.


Tamblyn, Christine. "Video Art: An Historical Sketch." High Performance 37, p. 37.


"Die 70er Jahre." Kunstforum 96 (August-October), ill. p. 149.

Fullerton, Pat. "Will the Real Lynn Hershman Please Stand By."Freeze Frame: Northern California Women in Film & Television, September/October, p. 1, 6, ill.

Lubell, Ellen. "Video Art Invades the TV Room." New York Newsday, April17-23, p. 11.


Adolphson, Sue. "S.F. Artist Takes a Walk on the Dark Side." Datebook, San Francisco Sunday Chronicle and Examiner, May 14, p. 34-36, ill.

Renov, Michael. "The Subject in History: The New Autobiography in Film and Video." Afterimage, Summer, p. 6-7, ill.

Strayer, Chris. "Longshot." American Film Institute Video Festival 1989 . Catalogue, p. 13, ill.

Soe, Valerie. "Where Truth Intersects Illusion." Artweek, May 13, p. 6-7, ill.


Dent, Tory. "First Person Plural: The Work of Lynn Hershman." Arts Magazine, 65, no. 3, November, p. 87-89, ill.

Perry, Susan. "Edited Personalities: Will the Real Lynn Hershman Please Stand Up?" The City , 1, no. 4, p.23-24, ill.

Tamblyn, Christine. "Computer Art as Conceptual Art." Art Journal, Fall, p. 253-254, ill.


Martin, Maureen, and Ken Rackow. "Is it Art: Interview [with] Robert Riley on the Expanding World of Fine Art." Vox , 3, no. 1, Fall, p. 8-9, ill.

Morgan, Anne Barclay. "Interactivity in the Electronic Age."Sculpture, May/June, p. 39-40, ill.

Rowlands, Penelope. "Sex, Art & Videotape." San Francisco Focus , January, p. 24, ill.


James, David E. "Lynn Hershman: The Subject of Autobiography." Over Here: Reviews in American Studies 12, no. 1, Summer, p. 18-28.

Movin, Lars. "Cyberholics af Kød og Blod." øjeblikket , 9, April, p. 14-16, ill.

"NEA Grants for Artists, 1991." Art in America, January, p. 142.

Rinder, Larry. "Robot Redux." Artforum , November, p. [3], 74-75, ill.

Stiles, Kristine. "Survival Ethos and Destruction Art." Discourse 14, no. 2, Spring, p. 88-89, 99, 101.


Baker, Kenneth. "Videos Trace Work of Feminist Artists." San Francisco Chronicle, March 27, p. C3, ill.

Bartlett, Mark. "The Passage of History into Art: Recent Videos by Lynn Hershman. Artweek, May 6, p. 26-27, ill. Response by Lynn Hershman in "Readersí Forum", Artweek, June 17, p. 2.

Stein, Eckart. "Ich liebe Dich." ZDF Monatsjournal (Mainz, Germany) 11, November, p. 11-[13], ill.

Tromble, Meredith. "Three Channels: Lynn Hershmanís Recent Work," Video Networks 17, no. 3, June/July, p. 4, 21-23, ill.

Frank, Peter. "Turn Off Your Tube and Turn on Some Art." Press Telegram, July 4, p. J7.

Stein, Eckart. "Ich Liebe Dich," ZDF Monats Journal, November, p. 11-13. ill.

Turoff, Randy. "Virtual Love." Bay Times , October.

Harvey, Dennis. "Virtual Love." Variety, November 1.

"Diary Daring and Cathartic." The Vancouver Courier , November 3.

Leonard, Andrew. "Reality Check." Guardian , November 24, p. 29-30.

Huffman, Kathy Rae. "Kunst aus dem Computer." Screen Multimedia, November, p.92-4, ill.

Jones, Jennifer. "Santa's Got a New Bag." Lit: A Literary Supplement to the Guardian, December 9, p. 3.


Dery, Mark. "Technoculture Head Crash." New Media, January, p. 126.

Kerault, Charles. CBS Sunday Morning. January 2.

"Varied Films Grace ëWomen in the Director's Chair' Series." January 7.

Dinkla, Soke "Vom simulierten Dialog zur Simulation des Lebens, Media Gram, 14 Wird augeliefert am 22. December, pp 4-7.

Dinkla, Soke HORIZONT. Zeitung f. Marketing ,Werbung und Medien, February 4, p. 38.

Morgan, Anne. "Tomorrow's Palette." Art in America, April, p.37-41, ill.

Gerhard, Susan. "Local Color." San Francisco Bay Guardian, April 20, p. 51-5.

Shackelford, Penelope. "An Exploration of Hershmanlandia." The Davis Enterprise , April 21, p. 3-6, ill.

Mackey, Heather. "(Re)productive Tracts." San Francisco Weekly, April 27, p. 19-20 , ill.

Pearce, Naomi. "Question Reality." California Computer News, April, p. 26-7, ill.

Seid, Steve. "Reaching through the Screen: A Tribute to Lynn Hershman." San Francisco International Film Festival Catalogue , April 28, p.23, ill.

Shapiro, Michele. "Front & Center: Rotterdam's Cinemart." The Independent, May, p. 27, ill.

Soe, Valerie. "Whose Future is it?" Release Print , May, p.10-24, ill.

Guthrie, Julian. "Haunting Art." The Examiner Magazine, May 8, p.10, ill.

Wolff, Kurt. "San Francisco International Film Festival." Filmmaker, Summer, p.50.

"EXIT." New Art in Poland. Quarterly #2, (18) p. 762, 763.

"Recovered Diaries." France Soir, September 22.

"UCDavis News." Artweek, September 27.

Viper Catalogue, October, p. 40.

Caen, Herb "Once Upon a Deadline." San Francisco Chronicle, October 19.

Budnick, Nick. "Electronics Spark New Field of Artistry at UC Davis." Yolo Neighbors , Sacramento Bee. November 17, p. 1 and 8, ill.

Uricchio, Marylynn. "Photo Finish." Pittsburgh Post , November 14, p. D-1, ill.

Machiko. "Interactive Art." InterCommunication, Winter, Tokyo, Japan, p. 73.

Vowell, Sarah. "Lynn Hershman's 'Recovered Diary'." High Performance, Winter, p. 52-3, ill.

Gibson, Linda. "Onto the Big Screen: The Video to Film Experience." Video Networks, December/January, 1994/5, p. 7-9, ill.

Gillespie, James Loran. "Video Art: Regarding the Scene." Parallelogramme Vol. 19 No. 4.

"Scanlines." Video Networks, December/January, 1994/5, p.6.


"Arts Update." Artscape, January, p. 10, cover ill.

Weigand, Davis. "Selling Points." Datebook San Francisco Chronicle/Examiner, January 1, p. 5, ill.

Robinson, Walter. "Awards." Art in America, April, p.126.

Smith, Gina. "Multimedia Magicians." San Francisco Examiner, April 2, p. B-5, B-6.

Gerhard, Susan. "Utopia/Dystopia: The Third Annual Conference on Feminist Activism and Art." The Bay Guardian, April 5, p. 55.

Helfand, Glen. "Ups and Downs." The SFWeekly, April 12, p.33.

Baumgardner, Jennifer. "Artswatch." Ms., Vol. 5, No. 6. p. 85.

Roetzer, Florian. "The Viewer is the Voyeur." ZKM/ Seimens Medien Kunst Preis Katalogue, May 13.

Clifton, Leigh Ann. "Hershman-Leeson Recognized." Artweek, June, p.30.

"Lynn Hershman." InterCommunication Journal, ICCNETT volume 14, published Tokyo, Japan, p. 142.

Glowen, Ron. "Lynn Hershman at the Seattle Art Museum." Artweek, v26, #11, November 26, p. 27, 13.


Kluszcynski, Ryszard W., "Corps de resistance captures: sur l'art de Lynn Hershman." Turbulences Video, No. 12, Spring 1996, p.42. ill.

"Back in Black." San Francisco Bay Guardian, August 7, p. 34.

Stack, Peter. "Virtually Real 'Sets' for New Movie." Datebook, San Francisco Chronicle, August 15, p. D1, D5, ill.

Nolan, Sara P. "Digital Revolution of the 19th Century Perceived in Conceiving Ada." Film/Tape World: the Film, Video & Computer Media Newsmagazine, v9, #8, September, p. 16 -17.

Reiter, Michael. "The Individual as a Victim of Media Aggression." Novum: Das Forum fur Kommunikations-Design, September 1996, ill.

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"The Work of Art in the Age of Digital Technology," UC Davis. May 19.

"Artists in the Digital Age," Bay Area Video Coalition, San Francisco. May 3.

"Sins of Change: Media Arts in Transition," Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 6-8.

"High Touch/High Tech: Making Art in the 21st Century," Oakland Museum, April 8."Connected Cities," Wilhelm Lehmbruch Museum, Duisberg, Germany

Interactive Net Works: Maryland Institute of Art, November

> Photography and the Digital Age, Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois, November

Interactive Net Works, University of Ulster, Belfast, December.


International Film Financing Conference, Jan. S.F. Digital Films.

"Crash." U.C. Berkeley Symposium on Critical Issues in Net Art, February 16-19.

"A Brief History." Napa Arts Council, Napa, California.

" Phantom Limbs and other Cyborgs," Oakland Museum, March 12.

"Social Simulation in the Digital Domain," College Art Association, New York, February 24.

"Interactivity- Digital Film," UCLA Design and Media Department, March 13

Public Lecture. Columbia College Chicago. November 11.


"Weaving and the Consumption of Memory." Digitale Schnitte/Digital Cuts 98, Cinemathek Köln im Museum Ludwig. October 29, 1998.

Interactivity, Electronic Cinema, and Infinite Time." University of Virginia, Office of Information Technolologies, Digital Directions Speakers Series. Charlottesville, Virginia. October 31, 1998. Demonstration and Lecture.

"Tracking the Avant-Garde: From Spectacle to Commodity," Society for Photographic Education Western Regional Conference. San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, Ca. November 6 &7, 1998. Featured Speaker.


"Visual Doublespeak," Panel Discussion, Goethe Institut of San Francisco, November, 1997.

Chik-Tek 97, San Jose Museum of Art in conjunction with CADRE Insitute, San Jose State University and Art-Tech: Silicon Valley Institute of Art and Technology. November 2, 1997.

"Clicking In - Digital Cinema - Infinite Reality." Mediasalon 'Theatralitaet - Medialitaet' June 3 - 8, 1997, Bayerisches Staatschauspiel, Munich, Germany.

"Clicking In: Digital Cinema, Virtual Sets and Infinite Reality." Art, Technology and Culture Lecture Series. University of California, Berkeley. March 31, 1997.

Guest programmer and presenter, "John Cassavetes and Shadows.""The Indelible Images Series, 40th San Francisco Film Festival Catalogue, April 24- May 8, 1997.

"Who Owns the Images on the Internet." Tech Nation....Americans and Technology, with Dr. Moira Gunn, KQED-FM, February 1997.

"Women & Interactivity." Camerawork Conference. September 1996.

"A Filmmaker's Toolkit: Putting Your Career Together," Moderator, Outdoor Art Club, Mill Valley Film Festival, Mill Valley, California, October 12, 1996.

"Romantizar el anti-cuerpo," Arte en la Era Electronica, Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, January 30, 1997.

"Virtual Sets, Infinite Reality: The History of Electronic Arts", Washington State University, March 27, 1997.

"Clicking In: Hot Links to a Digital Culture", Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California, June 1997.

"An evening with Lynn Hershman Leeson." Film Arts Foundation, May 27.


The Walker Art Center, Sins of Change, (March 2000)

The Kitchen Center for Art and Music (1999)

Museum of Modern Art, New York (1999)

Ars Electornica, Austria (1999)

Lehmbruch Museum, Duisberg, (1999)

"Mediamatic", Doors of Perception Conference, Netherlands Design Insitute.

Virginia Festival of American Film, November 1994.

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Illinois, November 28 1994.

Seattle Museum of Art, Seattle, Washington.

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, in conjunction with San Francisco Cameraworks and The Lab.

ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany Siemens Award 1995.

National Gallery of Canada, Ottowa, Canada.


Jayne Wark, The Radical Gesture: Feminism and Performance Art. Roberta Breitmore's Construction Chart. Spring 1997.

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"INVideo-Mostra internazionale del Video d'arte e di

ricerca", in Milan 2001

Ph.D. On Lynn Hershman, University of Paris, the Sorbonne

Silke Albright: time and TimeAgain, University of Dusseldorf

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