The Rose Goldsen Archive partners with many online institutions, exhibitions, and curators whose online resources provide invaluable reference materials on new media art.
Initiated in 2000 as a direct response to the increasing number of Asian contemporary art exhibitions and events world-wide, the Asia Art Archive (AAA) is the first ever non-profit research centre in Hong Kong dedicated to documenting the recent history of visual art from the region within an international context.
AAA maintains an online catalogue of material related to contemporary art, including DVDs, CD-Roms, and Videos, especially from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macau.
CiTu is a collaboration between the three leading new media initiatives in French Universities: cirEN, Interdisciplinary Research Center on the Aesthetics of Computing, University of Paris 8; LAM, Laboratory of Arts and Media, University of Paris 1; Paragraph Laboratory, University of Paris 8. These sites include extensive documentation of collaborative activities in art production and scholarly presentation since 1996.
Contact Zones: The Art of CD-Rom was an extensive international exhibition, curated by Timothy Murray, that opened at Cornell University and toured internationally through 2004. The bilingual online catalogue (English and Spanish) includes detailed descriptions and images of many of the CD-Roms held in the Goldsen Archive.
Edited by Arthur and Marilouise Kroker, CTHEORY is an international peer-reviewed journal of theory, technology and culture, publishing articles, interviews, event-scenes and reviews of key books.
The Database of Virtual Art documents the rapidly evolving field of digital installation art. This complex, research-oriented overview of immersive, interactive, telematic and genetic art has been conceived, organized, and maintained by Dr. Oliver Grau, Humboldt University in Berlin.
The Experimental Television Center, located in Owego, New York, 20 miles from the Goldsen Archive, maintains the Video History Project, an extensive database that includes biographical and contextual information on many of the artists represented in the Goldsen Archive.
FACT, The Foundation for Art and Creative Technology in Liverpool, England, is the UK's leading organization for the commissioning and presentation of video and new media art forms. FACT Online includes an archive of FACT's 6 Video Positive Festivals(1989-2000) as well as other information on artists and events in video and new media art.
NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] is an innovative cultural facility in Tokyo Opera City Tower. ICC actively exhibits and promotes new forms of media art expression such as virtual reality and interactive technology. Archive Zone presents a multi-faceted history of ICC and its "HIVE" image recording archive of exhibitions and workshops.
The Fondation Daniel Langlois maintains an extensive Centre for Research and Documentation (CR+D) whose database search engine provides access to supplementary research materials on many artists and artworks represented in the Goldsen Archive.
Media Art provides an online survey of seminal interfaces between media and art. The Archive is directed by Dieter Daniels and Rudolf Frieling for the Goethe- Institut and ZKM.
Museum of the Essential and Beyond That is an inventive Brazilian archive of Latin American and International new media art and theory.
Newmedia FIX recommends online resources and projects, and offers news and occasional reviews, and periodically releseases in-depth texts on new media culture.
Edited by Pier Luigi Capucci, NOEMA is a website dedicated to providing resources and information about culture-new technology interrelations and influences.
The Palazzo sponsors contemporary exhibitions and houses a Documentation Center for the Contemporary Arts complete with archives, a library, a mediatheque, and cultural and experimental workshop activities.
Rhizome.org is an online platform for the global new media art community. Rhizome maintains extensive online databases of art and text that rely or reflect on innovative approaches to technology.
The Archive portal at V2_, Institute for the Unstable Media provides documentation of activities since 1993 at the V2_ interdisciplinary center for art and media technology in Rotterdam. This includes a collection of some 15,000 photographs and a growing number of digitized video fragements, in addition to a large number of texts, images, and links.
Vectors maps the multiple contours of daily life in an unevenly digital era, crystallizing around themes that highlight the social, political, and cultural stakes of our increasingly technologically-mediated existence. The multimedia journal speaks to key debates across varied disciplines, including issues of globalization, mobility, power, and access. Operating at the intersection of culture, creativity, and technology, the journal focuses on the myriad ways technology shapes, transforms, reconfigures, and/or impedes social relations, both in the past and in the present.
ZKM, The Center for Art and Media (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie) in Karlsruhe, Germany, responds to the rapid developments in information technology and today's changing social structures. Directed by Peter Weibel, the ZKM maintains an extensive website of its uniquue collection of new media art, much of which has been developed in the ZKM labs.