Events, and Organizations:
CASZuidas Urban Screen Festival (4/5 September 2009).

NAi Netherlands Architecture Institute.

Virtueel Platform. (The Netherlands’ sector institute of e-culture. Virtueel Platform is an independent foundation funded by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.)

Interactive Architecture Org. Covers emerging architectural and artistic practices where digital technologies & virtual spaces merge with tangible and physical spatial experiences.

Urban Projection blog.

Visible Cities research blog.

Loca. Artist-led project on grass-roots, pervasive surveillance using mobile phones.

Lozano-Hemmer, R. Projects with sound and screens.

Luminapolis. A platform for everyone working with light.

Nomadic Milk. GPS art and science project with nomadic Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria.

Sun Run Sun. Sonic navigations by Yolande Harris.

Urban Screen. (A collective from Bremen doing projections.) For example, JUMP! in 2007:

The Urban Screens Initiative.

Visual Foreign Correspondents. Monthly series of audio-visual artworks for a number of screen based platforms.

Public Space:

(eds.), Heidi de Mare & Anna Vos. Urban rituals in Italy and The Netherlands : historical contrasts in the use of public space, architecture and the urban environment . Trans. [transl. from the Dutch Ko Hagoort … et al.]. n.d.

Alexander, Christopher. “A city is not a Tree.” 1966. Ed. London: Council of Industrial Design Reprint from the magazine Design. 15 07 2011 <>.

Auge, Marc. Non-places. Introduction to an anthropology of supermodernity. Trans. John Howe. London: Verso, 1995.

Bacon, Edmund. Design of Cities. Penguin, 1976.

Bongers, Bert. “Interactivating Spaces.” Metronom Electronic Arts Studio (2002): 6.

—. “Physical Interfaces in the Electronic Arts.” Trends in Gestural Control of Music 2000.

C. Marcus, C. Francis. People places. Design guidelines for urban open space. Wiley & Sons, 1997.

Christ, Wolfang. Access for all – Approaches to the built environment. . Birkenhauserverlag: AG, 2009.

Christopher Alexander, Sara Ishikawa and Murray Silverstein. A pattern language . n.d.

Couldry., N. Media consumption and public connection: toward a typology of the dispersed citizen. The Communication Review , 2005.

Girouard, Mark. Cities and people – A social and architectural study. . Yale University Press, 1985.

H. Thompson, R. Wycherley. The agora of Athens – The history shape and uses of an ancient city center. Athens: American school of classical studies at Athens , 1972.

Herzog, Lawrence A. “Culture, public space and city building in a global era.” University of Texas Press (2006).

—. Return to the center : culture, public space, and city building in a global era . n.d.

Kayden, J.S. Privately owned public space – The New York experience. NYC’s dpt of planning / Municipal Art Society of NY. New York: Wiley, 2000.

Kroniger, Birgit. Der Freiraum als Bühne – Zur Transformation von Orten durch Events und inszenierte Ereignisse. Munchen, 2005.

M. Carmona, S. Tiesdell. Urban design reader. Architectural Press, 2007.

Mumford, Lewis. The City in History: Its Origins, Its Transformations, and Its Prospects. Harcourt, Brace & World , 1961.

Novak, Marcos. Liquid Architectures of Cyberspace. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1992.

Pleij, H. Het gevleugelde woord – Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse literatuur 1400-1560. Bert Bakker, 2007.

R. Kitchin, M. Dodge. Code/Space: Software in everyday life. MIT Press , 2011 .

S. Carn, M. Francis, L.G. Rivlin, A.M. Stone. Public Space. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.

Sassen, Saskia. Global networks, linked cities. New York: Routledge, 2002.

—. “Reading the city in a Global Digital Age.” Urban Screens Reader (2009): 29-44.

—. Territory, authority and rights. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2006.

—. The Global city. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2001.

The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces. Dir. Perf. William H. Whyte. 1979.

Thompson, C.W. Urban open space in the 21st century – Landscape and urban planning. Elsevier, 2002.

W. Whyte, P. Underhill. City: Rediscovering the centre. La Farge Literary Agency 2, 2009.

Wycherley, R. The stones of Athens – How the Greek built cities. . Princeton University Press , 1978.

Essays, publications:
Eckardt, F. et al. (eds.) (2008) MEDIACITY: Situations, Practices and Encounters. Frank & Timme.

First Monday. Special Issue #4 (February 2006): Urban Screens: Discovering the potential of outdoor screens for urban society.

Foth, M. (Ed.) (2009). Handbook of Research on Urban Informatics: The Practice and Promise of the Real-Time City. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, IGI Global.

Grau, O. (ed.) (2007) MediaArtHistories. MIT Press.

Harley, R. “Screen potential: Urban Screens 08, Federation Square”. RealTime. Issue #89 (Feb-March 2009)

McQuire, S. (2008) The Media City: Media, Architecture and Urban Space. Sage.

Open. Cahier about art and the public domain.

Ranaulo, G. (2001) Light Architecture: New Edge City. Mediamente.

Struppek, M. (2008) “New Interventions in Urban Public Spaces”. In Rieser, M. The Mobile Audience. Rodopi.

Verhoeff, N. (2008). “Screens of Navigation: From Making a Ride to Taking a Ride”. Refractory 12.

Verhoeff, N. (2008). “Screens on Site: Mobilizing Urban Screenspace”. Simulacrum 16, 3/4

Wright, R. (11.03.2008). “Getting Closer to Bigger Screens”. Mute.