Peter Rose Bibliography


Banes, Sally (1984). He Who Must See, Village Voice. May 22 p.86. (review of show at Collective for Living Cinema).

Beavais, Yann. (1980). Mots, dites, image (catalog for show organized by Scratch and the Centre Georges Pompidou;10/88-11/88)

Burbank, Carol (1989). Review of Labys (Siren) at the Painted Bride. New Art Examiner (Summer ). p. 46

Carr, Jay (1986). Boston Globe review of Brattle Theatre show February 19, p.60.

Carroll, Noe1 (1977). Unity and Diversity. Soho Weekly News (review of Film Forum show l2/77).

Cinema for the Ear: Audio Art by Film and Video Artists

Copland, Collette (2003). Fotophile Magazine, issue 45

Delorme, Stephane (2004). Deux Rose et trois bouquets Cahiers du Cinema #596 December, p. 92.

De Michiel, Helen (1984). Talk, talk, Afterimage Vol. ll No. 7 (Feb). (review of Word Works show at Walker Art Center)

Faller, Greg (1992). Secondary Currents and the Linguistic Message. Media Criticism: Journeys and Interpretations. edited by Scodari and Thorpe; Kendall/Hunt, pp. 94-103.

Ferguson, Bruce (1990). Illuminating Video. Doug Hall and Sally Jo Pfeiffer, ed. p. 516,

"The Films of Peter Rose" (1984) pp. 23-32

Gamwell, Lynn (2000). Dreams 1900-2000: Science, Art, and the Unconscious Mind (Cornell Studies in the History of Psychiatry). Cornell Univ. Press, p.272.

Gartside, Thomas (1985). New Art Examiner June p.52 (review).

Halpern, Paul (2004). "The Great Beyond", Higher Dimensions ...... John Wiley and Sons, pp. 294-5.

Jost, Jon. (1986) "Hear,Hear! American Film, XI. (No. 9 July), pp. 66-67.

MacDonald, Scott (1995). Screen Writings: Scripts and Texts by Independent Filmmakers University of California Press, pp.156-174.

MacDonald, Scott (1986). Text as Image. Afterimage, 13. (No. 8, March ), pp.9-20

"The Man Who Could See Far" Fall-Winter '82/83 pp.ll2-l20

Marincola, Paula. (1988). Matter of Time. Art Forum. Nov. ; p. 149 (review of installation at Pa. Academy of Fine Arts 6/88-9/88).

Moy, Jim. (1984) High Performance, 8, (No. 2) pp.76-77. ( review)

Perlmutter, Ruth (1983). Interview with Peter Rose. New Art Examiner. ( Feb. ) pp.l2-13

"Peter Rose" (1984) interview pp. 32-39

Pickel, Regula (1991). Between Irony and Empathy: Peter Rose's New Video Installation .The Independent. May , pp.28-31

"Proposition for the Deconstruction of Cine-Structuralism" (1984) pp. 16-23

Razutis, Al. (1984) Opsis, 1, No. 2/3

Rifkin, Ned (1984) Made in Philadelphia 6 Univversity of Pennsylvania. (catalog for show at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Phila. 4/l0/84).

Rose, Peter (1979). Downtown Review Spring l982, p.52 .

Rose, Peter (1978). Frames: a selection of drawings and sketches by contemporary independent animators.ed. George Griffin. Capitol City Press; Montpelier,Vt. pp.5-6.

Rose, Peter (1985). Introduction to Pleasures of the Text. Spiral #3 (audio cassette) April Side B, No.6.

Rose, Peter. (1984). On the Edge. Cinematograph - Fall

Rose, Peter (1979). On the Making of Analogies Film Library Quarterly, l2; (No.4) pp.7-l3.

Rose, Peter (1998). Text and image from "Pressures of the Text" Chain 5 Spring, pp. 130-137.

Schenkel, Thelma . (1979). Letter to the Editor Piece. Millenium Film Journal No. l2

Sound Culture 96 Pacific Film Archive 1996

Tafler, David (1995). The Irresistible Interface: Video's Unknown Forces and Fire-Lit Waves. Critical Issues in Electronic Media State University of New York Press, pp. 235-251.

Tamblyn, Christine . (1987). Reading Between the Lines. Afterimage March ( review of Video and Language show at LACE)

Tamblyn, Christine. (1988). To Live and Diei n L.A. Afterimage (Jan.) p.21 (review of National Video Festival).

Zweig, Ellen. (1984). Suspicious Language. The Act, I., (No. 1, Winter/Spring 85/86) pp.37-41

Adapted by Yvens Lewis from Peter Rose Picture (http://www.peterrosepicture.com/publication.php), 2006.


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