Toshihiro Asai 浅井俊裕

Debra Bricker Balken
Space Waves

René Paul Barilleaux
New Directions in Holography

David Briers
Duped by Their Art

Norman Bryson
Peter Friese
Künstlichkeit und Wirklichkeit

Eleanor Heartney
Constructing Science

Shirley MacWilliam
Automated Observations

Tomoe Moriyama 森山朋絵
The Dream Book

Motoko Nakagawa 中川素子
The Metaphor of the Book in Art
Ron Platt
The Ghost in the Machine

Frank Popper
Art of the Electronic Age

Chris Titterington
The Beauty of Science

Wenyon & Gamble
Book Works

Peter Zec

Essays & Books

Tikhonova, Yulia, Precision: Illustrative Techniques in Art and Science [catalog]. The Art Gallery of Eastern Connecticut State University.

Joelson, Jo, ‘“Susan Gamble & Michael Wenyon” (Book Section)’, in Library of Light - Encounters with Artists and Designers (London, UK: Lund Humphries, 2019), pp. 85–91

Barnes, Martin, ‘“Stockings” and “Knickers” from the Series “The Body in Question”, 1982, Reproduction of Holograms by Susan Gamble’, in Cameraless Photography (London: Thames & Hudson Ltd in association with the Victoria & Albert Museum, 2018), pp. 106–7

Heartney, Eleanor. “Constructing Science.” published on in association with the exhibition at the New York Hall of Science

Schroeter, Jens. “3D. History, Theory and Aesthetics of the Transplane Image." New York: Bloomsbury Academic, (ISBN: 9781441148162).

Schröter, Jens. Die künstlerische Holographie: Der Illusionismus, das Licht und die Achronie. In 3D - Zur Geschichte, Theorie und Medienästhetik des technisch-transplanen Bildes, 285-309. München: Wilhelm Fink.

Bryson, Norman. Auch Bücher haben ihr Schicksal, Wenyon & Gambles Bibliomancy. In Das holographische Wissen, 153-160. Zürich-Berlin: Diaphanes, 2009.

MacWilliam, Shirley, essay in Art at the Met Office, Met Office, Exeter.  

Gage, John, ‘“Light from Shadow”, essay in the Catalog to the Exhibition at the Ivan Dougherty Gallery COFA, University of New South Wales, Sydney, October 22 – November 29, 2003’, Light from Shadow, 2003.   

England, Jane, essay in The Map is Not the Territory, England and Co., London.

Osaka, Eriko, In Pursuit of a New Horizon: A Journey of Contemporary Art and the Universe, essay in Space Odyssey, Contemporary Art Center, Art Tower Mito, Mito, Japan.

Bricker Balken, Debra, Wenyon & Gamble's Space Waves, in "Observing the Observers…", Wenyon & Gamble, MIT Museum, Cambridge Mass (catalog of individual show).

Kemp, Martin, editor, The History of Western Art, Oxford University Press.

Bryson, Norman, Books Too Have Their Destinies: Wenyon & Gamble's "Bibliomancy", and Wentworth, Michael, introduction, in "Bibliomancy", Wenyon & Gamble, Boston Athenæum (catalog of individual show).

Cazeaux, Clive; Green, James, and Peat, David, Dark Matter: A Visual Exploration of The New Physics, The Harris Museum & Art Gallery, Preston (group exhibition catalog).

Nakagawa, Motoko, Hon no bijutsushi: Seisho kara maltimedia made (History of the art of the book: from the Bible to multimedia), Kosakusha Publishing, Tokyo, pp. 185—188 (book, Japanese).

Berger, René, The technological arts at the dawn of the twenty-first century, Prix UNESCO 1993, UNESCO, p 72 (catalog).

Platt, Ron, The Ghost in the Machine, List Visual Arts Center, MIT (catalog of group show).

Popper, Frank, Art of the Electronic Age, Abrahms Inc, NY, pp. 4546. (book)

Capucci, Pier Luigi, Realta del Virtuale, University of Bologna, p 118. (book, Italian)

Chandler, David and Titterington, Chris, Volumes, The Photographer's Gallery, London (catalog of show).

Turner, Silvie, ed., British Artists Books 1983—93, estamp, London. (book)

Asai, Toshihiro, Critérium IV: Wenyon & Gamble, Bibliography, Art Tower Mito, Japan, p3. (catalog of individual show, essay in Japanese)

Nakagawa, Motoko, ‘The Metaphor of the Book in Art’, Annual Report of the Faculty of Education Bunkyo University, 26 (1992), 27–48 (excerpt p44–46)   

Barilleaux, René Paul, New Directions in Holography, Whitney Museum, catalog, p 3, 4.

Mellor, David, ‘Romances of Decay, Elegies for the Future’, in British photography: towards a bigger picture, ed. by Charles Hagen and Nan Richardson (Aperture, 1988), pp. 52–67

Galloway, David, artware, ECON Verlag, Düsseldorf, p12. (book, German)

Zec, Peter, Holographie, Dumont Buchverlag, Cologne, p165-167. (book, German)

Friese, Peter, Die Tauschung führt sich hinter's Licht, in Künstlichkeit und Wirklichkeit, Volkshochschule Wuppertal, p 5457. (catalog, German)

Anon., ‘Pandora’s Key, a Selection of Work by Some of Southwark’s Women Artists’, Catalogue to Exhibition at the South London Art Gallery, March 27 – May 7, 1987. (South London Art Gallery, 1987)

Blekkenhorst, Tom and van Berkum, Ans, Science*Art, pub. by Fentener van Vlissingen Foundation, Utrecht, p 58—59. (book)

Galloway, David. “‘Artware’, Introductory Essay in Catalog to the Exhibition in the Congress Center Hamburg, November 27th – December 1st, 1985, on the Occasion of the InterMedia Congress, Curator: David Galloway.” Artware (catalog). Congress Centrum Hamburg: N. p., 1985. Print.

Briers, David, Duped by Their Art, Wenyon & Gamble, New Holograms, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery & Museum, Swansea. (catalog)