We aim at building the main repository related to science-art and tech-art available online, and offer our community a single-entry point for collective knowledge on the co-creation process and the different elements that accompany the inclusion of the ARTS in Tech and Science.

All resources compiled are exclusively related to the SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY + ARTS field. They are classified by type:

  • Articles & papers
  • Books
  • Project & Programme reports
  • Toolkits

You can also find a STARTS Library, where we gather all materials that reveal the outcomes generated within STARTS funded projects, such as STARTS RESIDENCIES or the LIGHTHOUSES.

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Tech as Art: Supporting Artists Who Use Technology as a Creative Medium

Based on a field scan by the National Endowment for the Arts in collaboration with the Knight Foundation and the Ford Foundation. 2021. 

Ten simple rules for hosting artists in a scientific lab

Matthias C. Rillig Karine Bonneval, Christian de Lutz, Johannes Lehmann, India Mansour, Regine Rapp, Saša Spačal, Vera Meyer, 2021


Marie-Pier Boucher, Stefan Helmreich, Leila W. Kinney, Skylar Tibbits, Rebecca Uchill, and Evan Ziporyn, 2019

The Relationship between Art, Science, and Technology

Asmaa Youssef Mohammed Elmongi, 2019

COLLECTIVE WISDOM: Co-Creating Media within Communities, across Disciplines and with AlgorithmsSee abstract

Katerina Cizek and William Uricchio, 2019

Art + Technology = New Art Forms, Not Just New ArtSee introduction

Georgia Guthrie, 2013

Article produced in the frame of the Hacktory (US)

What is new media art? (Theory on different types of art)See Introduction

R. C Hoetzlein, 2009

Resolving Assumptions in Art-Technology Collaboration as a Means of Extending Shared UnderstandingSee abstract

Yun Zhang, Alastair Weakly, and Ernest Edmonds, 2007

But what kind of art? 

David Bordwell, 2007

Co-creativity in Art + Technology

Linda Candy, 2005

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Technology, Design and the Arts - Opportunities and Challenges

Rae Earnshaw, Susan Liggett, Peter Excell, Daniel Thalmann (Eds), 2020

Creating ArtScience Collaboration Bringing Value to OrganizationsSee abstract

Claudia Schnugg, 2019

Art, Design and Technology: Collaboration and Implementation

Edited by Rae Earnshaw, 2017

Curating the Digital: Space for Art and InteractionSee abstract

Edited by David England, Thecla Schiphorst, Nick Bryan-Kinns, 2016

A tale of two online communities: fostering collaboration and creativity in scientists and childrenSee abstract

Cecilia R. Aragon, Sarah S. Poon, Andrés Monroy-Hernández, Diana Aragon, 2009

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The Role of Art in Enterprise

Tom O’Dea, Ana Alacovska, Christian Fieseler, 2020

Report produced in the frame of Artsformation Project (GA no. 870726).

The Role of the Arts in the Digital Transformation

Ana Alacovska, Peter Booth, Christian Fieseler, 2020

Report produced in the frame of Artsformation Project (GA no. 870726).

The Social and Civic Impact of the Arts

Kirsti Reitan Andersen, Víctor Renza, Christian Fieseler, Fiona McDermott, Róisín McGannon, Aris Papadopoulos, 2020

Report produced in the frame of Artsformation Project (GA no. 870726).

The Missing Pillar - Culture's Contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

The British Council, 2020

The grid: connecting artists and technologistsSee abstract

Nadav Hochman and Alex Reben, 2019

Report commissioned by EUNIC SILICON VALLEY.

Artistic interventions in organisations: finding evidence of values-addedSee abstract

Berthoin Antal, Ariane & Strauß, Anke, 2013   

Creative Clash Report. Berlin: WZB. 

T.E.R.A. Incognita: Tech Education & Residency for Artists

Georgia Guthrie, 2013

Report produced in the frame of the Hacktory (US).

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WAAG - Co-creation navigator

WAAG, 2019

An online tool to guide you through the co-creative landscape.

Policy Booklets: measures to support measures promoting between artists and ICT

Region Arts, activities linking ICT and ART - Interreg Project, 2019

The good collaboration toolkit: an approach to building, sustaining, and carrying out successful collaborationSee Introduction

Barendsen, L., Fischman, W., Gardner, H., Loker, M., Murray, B., & Redding, A. 2013

The good projectCambridge, MA, Harvard University, Project Zero.

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