Films by Lillian F. Schwartz
Written by Notebook
Published on 14 December 2012Lillian F. Schwartz is having quite a year: a restored version of her 1971 film UFOs was programmed at the Ann Arbor Film Festival and later in TIFF’s Wavelengths program; the New Museum in New York included that film and another in its “Ghosts in the Machine” exhibition; and the Museum of Modern Art recently had a discussion and screening with the filmmaker, showing several of her shorts from her time at Bell Laboratories, as well as a new digital work from 2012. Several of these films are by their nature—that is, by the particular choices of color and their compositional placement—3D if one has 3D glasses. Watching them in 3D is a reminder, just as is Ken Jacobs’ recent work, that the vast majority of commercial filmmakers “working in 3D” simply don’t understand what it is that’s dynamic, invigorating and exploratory about compositions in depth.Schwartz’s films seem to be in the process of being restored, and, according to the filmmaker, these restored films will eventually be put online through a new website. In the meantime, you can actually view a selection of them—including the masterpieces UFOs, Googolplex (1972), and Enigma (1972)—at her current website, quality of the streaming videos is not great—and is nothing compared to seeing these pulsing, teeming films of early computer visualization projected on film, a paradoxical experience itself—but it certainly gives an idea of the range of Schwartz’s collaborations, pursuits of interest, and artistry. Let’s view these as teasers for the improved versions to come.
Reinventing the Emblem: Contemporary Artists Recreate a Renaissance Idea
Richard S. Field, Yale University Art Gallery.
1987 – The Works Aren’t enough; Oxfordians want a life, too, and hope it isn’t Will’s. Schwartz’s work
on the Identity of Shakespeare in the Anniversary Issue of the Smithsonian. April, pp.40; Letter to the editor in June, pp. 14.Review of the article by Schwartz on The Art Historian’s Computer, Hannoveriche Allgemeine by Dr. Alexandra Glanz.
Shakespeare’s Raging Identity Crisis Don Oldenburg, Washington Post, May 17, C5.Featured Artist Cynthia Panucci, “Movements” Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. Vol. 3 No. 2.1993
Keeping Art Alive in a Computer age Lucy Fisher, London Times, March 15.State of the Arts Computer Graphics World, March pp. 24.IDEA/International Director of Electronic ArtsWorld Academy of Art and Science News March, 1993.

Art by Lillian Schwartz P.B.Van Cleve, ART Cellar Exchange, San Diego, CA.

Animation and the Influence of the Computer Bill Greaney, Syracuse University.

Review “Computer Artist’s Handbook” David Bastian, ANIMATION, NY, NY.

Scientists who do Art and Artists who do Science Trudy Myrrh Reagan. Fourth International Symposium on the Electronic Arts, Nov. 3-7 pp. 1-11.

You Paint with a PC; is it art? J. Greg Phelan, Asbury Park Press, May 9.

Jersey Played Major Role in Top Science Stories Kitta MacPherson. The Star-Ledger, Dec. 28.

Shall I compare thee to Good Queen Bess?, Nick Nuttall. The London Times, March 31, pp. 1, 15.

Perita mostra que retrato celebre de Shakespeare surgiu de Elizabeth 1a., Bernardo Carvalho, CIENCIA, Folha de S. Paulo, Sexta-feira, Jan. 10. pp 1.

The Computer Artist’s Handbook BOOKLIST – Review.

Mirror Image: The Secret of Leonardo’s Mona Lisa Smile, Jeremy Laurance. The London Times, Dec. 14, PP. 1.

Much Ado About Shaekspeare Art A.P. The Los Angeles Times, April 6, pp. 1.

Lillian Schwartz: The Computer Artist’s Handbook “ART Cellar Exchange”, Dec., pp 4,5. Created Cover.

Wherefore art thou Will?, Michael Blowen. The Boston Globe, March 31, pp. 66.

IMAGINATION’S TRACE:Jerseyan finds Elizabeth I’s face in Shakespeare image, Kitta McPherson. The Star-Ledger, March 23.

Was Shakespeare Really a Bearded Lady?. Davod Ward. NY/ “Daily Mail, March 31, pp. 14.

Beethoven via Satellit, “Electronik”.

Did Queen Bess have a head for Shakespeare?, Roger Lewin, New Scientist, Nov. 16, pp. 15.

In “THE VIRTUAL LAST SUPPER” YOU CAN ALMOST SIT AT THE TABLE|FR, Sunta Wadekar Bhargava. “Information Processing”, Business Week, December 9, pp. 90.

A Virtual Last Supper Bell Labs News, Dec. 16.

PICTURE PERFECT, AT&T Around the World. “AT&T Reports” Jan., pp.7.

LEGENDS ON THE SCREEN, Sandy Fritz. “OMNI”, Sept. pp. 67 – 71.

The New Renaissance: The Computer in Fine Art, Lee Noel Jr. “COMPUTE”, Nov., pp. 17 – 24.

Computers, Communications and Networking, Michael Dertouzos. “Scientific American.

Imagina Pierre HENON. International Forum on New Images of Monte-Carlo, IMAGINA.

Pix: Lillian Schwartz Louis Montana for American Artist, pp. 60, 65. April.

ART Eileen Watkins. Star-Ledger March 7.

Rencontres Internationales, Videotheque de Paris.

Tracing The Master’s Strokes: Computer Art by Lillian Schwartz, Bob Berger. OMNI, Oct., pp. 59 – 65.

Lillian Schwartz computerizes the art of art Rachel Mullen. The Bernardsville News-Observer-Tribune-Echoes-Sentinel-Hunterdon Review-The Randolph Reporter-Mount Olive Chronicle-Roxbury Register. March 15 pp. 16.

Lillian Schwartz: Computer Pioneer, Newsletter, The Morris Museum”. March/April, pp. 1,2.

Eine neue Perle am Frankfurter Mainufer: Eroffnung des Postmuseums; Welturauffuhrung, rote Spielballe und Kommunkationsprobleme, “Franfuter Allgemeine”, Sept. 28.

Neue Perle am Mainufer, “Frankfuter Allgemeine”, Sept. 28.


Durch Posthistorie im,,glasernen Schiff:, Wiesbadener Tageblatt, Wiesbaden, Sept. 28.

Kommt die blauae Mauritius?: Neues Museum der Post wurde gestern eingeweiht, “Offenbach Post,”Offenbach, Sept. 9.

Von der Buschtrommel bis zum Fernmedlesatelliten, “Dill Zeitung”, Dillenburg. Sept. 20.

Modern Telekommunikation zum Begreifen und eine aufgeifischte Flaschenpost, “Main Echo”. Sept. 28.

Von de Kutsche bis zum Fernmelde-Satelliten, “Weser Kurier, Bremen”. Sept. 28.

Durch Posthistorie im,, glasernen Schiff”, “Allegemeine Zeitung, Mainz. Sept. 28.

Deutsches Postmuseum: Technik zum Anfassen, “Recklinghauser Zeitung, Sept. 28.

Beethoven kam per Stellit ins Postmuseum, “Hochster Kresiblatt. Sept. 28.

Moderne Technik,,zum Begreifen, “Badisches Tagblatt, Baden-Baden. Sept. 28.

, Stapellauf; des, glasernen Schiffs’, “”Neue Zeit CDU, Berlin-Ost. Sept. 29.

Briefmarken und Postkutschen – und Technik ,,zum Begreifen”, “Wiesbadener Kurier”. Sept. 29.

Networking Taken to Art Form, “Communications Week International”. Oct. 1.

Bundespost Telekom im technischen Link mit AT&T: COMPUTERKUNST IM POSTMUSEUM, “medien aktuell”, No. 41, Oct. 8.

Kommunikation und Computer-Kunst, {ress Reporting”: CA – Computerzeitun:, Oct. 10.

Weltpremiere Computer-Performance per Satellit.
Vereomsblatt”, Zeven. Oct. 10; “Einkauf Tip. Ortenberg, Oct. 11; “Hildesheimer Allgemeine”, Oct. 13; “Ludensheider Nachrichten”, Oct. 16; “Wochenzeitung Crailsheim”, Oct. 17; “Allgemeiner Anzeiger”, Halver, Oct. 17; “Suderlanader Tageblatt:, Oct. 17; “Tip Neuberg”, Oct. 18; “Tip Ingolstadt”, Oct. 18; “Hanse Extra Blatt:, Rostock, Oct. 19; “Gottinger Tageblatt”, Oct. 26.

Auf dem Bildschirm malen wie mit Tusche: Zum Geburtstag kam ein Kunstwerk per Satellit, Von Dieter Bulow. “VDI-Nachrichten, No. 43, Oct. 26.

Computer Art Exhibit Opens at Computer Museum Dana Kennedy, Boston Times, July 1.

Computer Museum’s Show – “Computer Art” Really is Art Marguerite Zientara, Boston Computer Currents, Aug.

Computer as palette-Art gets help from electronics Ronald Rosenberg, The Boston Globe July 1.

Take a Byte Wes Eichenwald, The Tab, Boston, Ma. Aug. 1.C-3.

Computer Art Opens in Boston – Museum is world’s only display of electronic aesthetic Dana Kennedy, Portsmouth, NJ July 2.

Computer art offers more than just technology Robert Taylor. Boston Sunday Globe, July 9, A3.

World Graphic Design Now: Volume 6 Kideto Takahma, Kodansha Ltd.

The World of Computer Graphics Hideki Mitsui. Th
e University of Tsukuba, Sakura-mura nihari-gun ibaraki=ken Japan.

World Graphics Design Now – Computer Graphics, Mitsuo Katsui and Toshifumi Kawahara. Kodansha Ltd., Tokyo, pp. 78.

Electronic Print: An International Exhibition of Computer Art, “Arnolfini Gallery of Art”. Bristol, England. October 14 – November 26. Printing: Bristol Plytechnic, Department of Art and Design. ISBN 0 907738 273

Computer Art, Patric D. Prince. “Computer Images International”, UK.

Unmasking the Mona Lisa, Tata Buckley. “Marketing COmputers”, Dec., pp. 64.

L’ordre visuel numerique et la simulation – Diamorphose, “Images – De L’optique au numerique”, Edmond Couchot. Hermes, Paris, London, Lausanne, pp. 178, 193-195.

DA VINCI “VINDICATED”: Computer artist offers solution to riddle of “Last Supper”, Kitta MacPherson. Newark Star Ledger, Oct. 16, pp. 43.

Images Du Futur 88 Edite par La Cite des Arts et des Nouvelles
Technologies de Montreal, Canada.

Soggy ceremonies launch ’88 class – Lillian Feldman Schwartz receives doctoral hood during commencement, Star-Ledger.

The First Picture Show, Arielle Emmett. “Graphics Portfolio: Computer Graphics World”, July, pp. 58-60.

Leonardo and His Last Supper: Schwartz’s Discovery, “Hobby”, Germany.

Lillian Schwartz, S.M.Parkhill, “Compressed Air”. Div. of Ingersoll-Rand, Wash., N.J.

Computer Sleuth: A Watchung Artist’s Search For The Identity of the “Mona Lisa” Brian Hickey. New Jersey Monthly, Nov. pp. 67.

Animation From Script To Screen Shamus Culhane.

Profile Karen N. Williams, Roeper Review, Dec.

High Technology in The World of Art, Michele Morrison. “Compressed Air Magazine”. Published by A division of Ingersoll-Rand Co., Wash., N.J.

Profiles and Perspectives Roeper Review, Vol. 10 No. 2.

SAY IT ANI”T SO, MONA Gerald Parshall. U.S.News & World Report, Dec. 29/Jan. 5, 1987, pp. 5.

Contemporary Women Animators, Cecile Starr. SIGHTLINES, Summer/Fall, pp. 15 -18

Let’s get Digital, Diane Kirkpatrick. “AfterImage”, March, pp. 19 – 20.

Computer Art: IMAGES WITH BYTE, Cynthia Goodman. “MD MAgazine”, March, pp.95 – 109.

DIGITART: Szepmuveszeti MuzeumfR, Nemes Laszlo, Szentgyorgyi Tibor. “Ujimpulzus Magazine and Mta-Sztaki”, pp. 1 – 16. Budapest, Hungary.

Artists Create with Computers, Sue Dunlap. “Greenwich News”, March 20, Sections 3, pp. 7.

People, EIMW, Dec. 19, pp. 74.

High-Tech Images on View in Greenwich, William Zimmer. “New York Times”, April 13, pp. 28.

Computers Spawn A New Kind Of Art, Louise Bruner. “The Blade”, Oct. 12, Section F.

Computer Graphics & Applications, IEEE.

Portrait of the artist: Was he Mona Lisa? The Cincinnati Enquirer, Dec. 18, pp. 1a.

A Leonardo da Vinci self-portrait, the painter’s “Mona Lisa” and computer artist Lillian Schwartz’s composite, Chuck Conconi. The Washington Post, Fec. 19, p C3.

Is Mona Lisa really da Vinci?, The Washington Times. Dec. 19, pp. 11B.

What’s behind Mona Lisa’s smile?, Owen Findsen. The Cincinnati Enquirer. Dec.

Researcher at center of “Mona” debate: Cincinnati native hears accolades, warnings on theory, Sandy Theis. The Cincinnati Enquirer, Dec. 19, pp.A-1, F.

ART ATTACK: Shocked experts dress down new “Mona Leo” drag theory, Jim Nolan. “New York Post”, Dec. 19. pp. 9.

A Portrait of the Artist A. Penzias. “Computer World”, 100th Issue. Nov. 3. pp. 75.

LEONARDO’S MONA: Jerseyan calls famous work a self-portrait, Kitta MacPherson. “Newark Star Ledger”, Dec. 19. pp. 1, 30.

The Marriage of Art and Technology: Appreciation Catches up with Lillian Schwartz, Bob Porter. “Dallas Times”, Aug. 20., pp.3E.

New frontier of computer-generated art explored. Grenwich Time, March 19, pp. C14.

Aesthetic Criteria Related to Computer Generated Imagery Rick Lucas Ph.D.

Pioneer of Computer Graphic Art at Greenwich Library: Artist to Talk on Computer as Brush The Greenwich in Preview, April 26.

Artists in the Computer Age, curated by Jack Beardsley and Ilene Schuster. Owens-Illinois, Toledo, Ohio, pp. 13.

Mona Lisa is Really Da Vinci in Drag: Expert, New York Post, NY Dec. 19.

DA VINCI DISPUTE, and Mysterious Mona, USA TODAY, Washington, DC, Dec. 19.

Mona Lisa Self-Portrait of Painter da Vinci; Computer solves mystery of Mona Lisa’s identity, researcher claims; Computer whiz claims Mona Lisa Self Portrait Da Vinci Associated Press, NYC Metro Wire.

Is the Mona Lisa Laughing at Us?, Douglas C. McGill, New York Tims, Dec. 27, pp. 11.

Lillian Schwartz: In the Forefront of a New Art Form Chip Deffaa. New Jersey Monthly, December 18.

Computer Video Art At Currier, The Union Leader”, Manchester, N.H., May 21.

In The Mind Of…Lillian Schwartz. B. Coffey, Computer Pictures,
Jan/Feb. pp. 52 – 56.

Lillian Schwartz’s Art by Computer – Innovation on View at AFI
Retrospective. Alan M. Kriegsman, Washington Post, Nov. 1.

BIG MOMA, “Kodansha Ltd.. Tokyo, Japan.

Computer Animation, “Pixel”. The computer Animation Newsletter, George Street, Toronto, Canada, M5a 2m9. August.

The New Realism, Susan West. “Science ’84, July-August.

Lillian Schwartz “Portrait de Boulez” Cabinet de Portraits Par L’Ordinateur. Publication Festival de la Rochelle: Cahier Arts Plastiques” No.2 pp. 22.

East Coast Computer Film-maker Creates Works of “Pure Art”, “Softalk”, Feb. Vol. 3, pp. 232, 233.

Conferenza su Piero, “La Gazzetta di Aarezzo”, Oct. 13.

Piero della Francesca e l’arte del computer, “La Gazzetta di Aarezzo”, Oct. 20.

Artists swap easels for computers, Steven Findlay. “USA TODAY”. Section D, August 1.

Computers and Art, Tom Tolnay. “Computer Pictures”. New York, N.Y.

Motion Picture Academy Avant Garde Symposium.

The Creative Computers, Sharon Begley with John Carey and Robb A. Allan in New York, Janet Huck in Los Angeles and Richard Sandza in San Francisco.
“Newsweek”, July 5, pp.58 – 62.

Disney World Computer-generated film- The History of Communications.

Lillian Schwartz – The Technology of the 20th Century: Cinema and Computer, A Second Renaissance. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Academy Foundation. Dec.

The Creative Computers. “Newsweek”, July 5, pp. 58, 64.

The Artist and the Computer, Douglas Davis. “Newsweek”, September 13, pp. 81.

The Computer As Art Medium. Charles Solomon, Los Angeles Times, Dec. 4, pp. 1, 10.

The Fiction Lab, Aldo D`Angelo & Associate, Edizione Radio Italiana.

Film plus TV Graphics No.2, Seibundo Shinkosha Publishing Co.,Ltd.

Graphics in Motion, John Halas, Bruckman (Germany).

Animafilm, John Halas, Halas/Batchelor Magazine – Warsaw.

The Electronic Palette, Bob Kinkead. Bell Telephone Magazine, No. 3:4, pp.50, 51.

Computer Graphics, Dr. Uchiyama, Prof. of Tama College of Art. “Seibundo Shinkosha” Publishing Co., Ltd. Tokyo, Japan.

Local Artist Known Internationally for Innovative Modern Explorations, Charles T. Zavalick. “The Bernardsville News; Observer; Tribune; Echoes-Sentinel; HuUnterdon Review; The Randolph Reporter; Mount Olive Chronicle.” Dec. 9. Cover and pp. 2

Cortos cinematograficos de Lillian Schwartz El Universal, Jueves 18 de Febrero de 1982, pp. 4-2.

UC Graduate Nursing Art On Computer, Tony Lang. “The Cincinnati Enquirer” Section B1, May 3.

Electronics Art Takatoshi Shinoda. BIJUSTSU TECHO, Shinjuku-ky, Tokyo. Jan.

Lillian Schwartz, Computer Graphics World, Vol. 4, No. 8. Cover and Feature Article, August, pp. 58, 59.

Newport Times, Robert B. Coon, June.
Rabin & Krueger Gallery 1935 – 1974 Reconstructed The College Gallery, Vaughn Eames Hall, Kean College of New Jersey

Computer Art Roger COQART. Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels. Published by ICSAC. Internationaal Centrum Voor VZW Structuuranalyse en Constructivisme.

Newark Star Ledger\ Nov. 30. “A Whirlwind of Feminine Creativity”, Victor Kalman.

New American Animation, Cecil Starr – Reference to films by LS.

Computer Graphics as Art: Variation on Reality by L. Schwartz.
& C.B. Rubinstein, \f2Hastings Publisher\f1, London.

Newark Star Ledger, August 17. “Jerseyan is Animated About the State of Art Abroad”, Victor Kalman.

Computer Graphics Captures Free Lance Artist’s Imagination. Computerworld July 14.

N.Y. Times “T.V.: WNET Launches Science Fiction Series”, John J. O’Conner.

Picture Processing, “Proceedings of the IEEE” Special issur on digital encoding of graphics. COVER. Edited by A. Netravali, July.

Computer-Aided Art Work, Ruth Leavitt. “NEXT”, published by LItton Industries.

Local Artist Known Internationally for Innovative Modern Explorations Charles T. Zavalick. Home News.

L’Artiste et L’Ordinateur Swedish Cultural Center and the French Embassy.

Sightlines, Vol. 12 No.2 78/79 “Animation For Openers”, Cecille Starr.

Filmaking with Computer, Interdisciplinary Science Review, Vol.4#4, Heyden & Son Ltd, 1979.

Bibliotheque publique d’information – ethnographique film festival

UNESCO Colloquium on Cinema: Theory & Research Paris,France.

Colloquium-Secretariat d’Etat a’la Culture Office d’la Creation France.

The Artist and The Computer Film News (Feb.), John Canemaker.

Newark Star Ledger – Feature Article.

Computopia Datamation, Feb. Cover.

Computopia Datamation, March. Cover.

WNET Launches Sci-Fi Series John J. O’Connor. New York Times, Sept. 26.

American Animation Today, Millimeter, Thelma Schenkel.

Home News Feature article. August 28.

ANIMATION – The Artist and The computer: 1977 Cine Golden Eagle award winner John Canemaker, “Film News”.pp. 46, Vol. 34, No. 1. Jan./Feb.

Film Festival Brings Animation Into a Needed Sharper Focus, A.H. Weiler. “New York Times”. Sept. 26, pp. 41.

Sculpture award International Women’s Art Festival, Walker Art Institute.

Innovations of the 20th Century Avery Fisher Hall (Strindberg, Shuller,
Bartok with films by L. Schwartz. N.Y. Philharmonic conducted by David Gilbert. Program Notes.

Naval Post graduate School, Monterey “Image Science Colloquium”. Program Notes.

IBM Systems Engineering Symposium Toronto, Canada. Program Notes.

Whitney Museum of American Art New Filmmaker”s Series. Program Notes.

Wilson Library Bulletin, March Cine-Opsis- Review of “ALAE”, Jana Varlejs.

Computer magazine “Nude Descending Staircase”, Award winning graphic.

Proceedings Conference Culture Office d’La Creation Cine.

Proceedings, Conference at Naval Post Graduate School – Visual Imagery.

Cinema et animation d’images – Lillian Schwartz, “IBM Informatique”, Pierre Demarne. Published by IBM, France, pp.56, 57.

Calcolatore e immagine -Esperienze, a cura di Iva Bergamini e Roberto Lanterio. Rivista IBM, supplemento al numero 4/1976 pp. 44.

Carnegie Hall Film as Art “Metamorphosis”, American Film Festival. Program Notes.

American Film Institute Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, “Metathesis”. Program Notes.

The Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, one – person (lecture & films).

Theatre d’ Assay with Jean-Claude Risset. Paris.
Program Notes.

\RIThird International Computer Art Festival City University of New York. Program Notes.

Computer Art Day Purdue University. Program Notes.

Annenberg Center for Communication Arts & Sciences Women & Film. Program Notes.

The American Federation of the Arts\f Film/Graphics. Program Notes.

Cal Tech Film Festiva. Program Notes.

Lillian Schwartz: Computer Artist, Elise SHapiro, “MD’S WIFE”. summer 1975.

Rochester Institute of Technology Film Festival. Program Notes.

Whitney Museum of American Art New Filmmaker’s Series. Program Notes.

Computerized Creativity Alan M. Kriegsman, The Washington Post, April 19.

Computer Graphics, Monte Davis. Science Digest, March, pp. 33.

Computers & People Magazine, Cover, August.

Computer & Art MD Magazine, June.

Library Hosts Women Artists Sunday Star Ledger, January 26.

Computer Creates Art In Watchung New York Times, January 2.

Ideas In Action: Computers in The Arts, “1975 Systems Engineering Symposium”. IBM, Canada.

METAMORPHOSIS Sinking Creek Festival Award. Program Notes.

Cannes Film Festival, XXVIieme Festival International du Film, “MUTATIONS”. Program Notes.

New Filmmakers Series, “Whitney Museum of American Art”. Program Notes.

Computer Graphics & Film Workshop New York University. Program Notes.

Women by Women Centre Culturel Americain, Paris. Program Notes.

Institut voor sonologie van de rijksuneversite Utrecht. Program Notes.

The Public and The Computer Artist, Sarah Rolph. “Datamation”, April, pp. 153.

IBM, Sydney (Graphics & Film). Program Notes.

Festival d’Automne Paris. Program Notes.

Indianapolis Museum of Art Exhibition of films, graphics & sculpture. Program Notes.

Evergreen State College-The International Computer Animation Festival. Program Notes.

CANNES IS A FESTIVAL – Cine-Opsis Jana Varlejs. Variety, May 15, pp. 5.

Film As Metamorphosis Catherine Egan. “Sight Lines”, Published by The Educational Film Library Assoc., Inc. NY. Vol. 8, No. 4, Summer, pp. 11, 12.

Avant-Garde Film Moskowitz. RELATED TO CANNES.

A Deep South Melodrama; 11 short Films Shown at the Whitney A. H. Weiler, The New York Times Nov. 21.

Art & You Sunday, Daily Record, May.

The Computer Was a Walk-on, Kathryn Schwille. Notre Dame Magazine published by University of Notre Dame, pp.40. 41.

Cinema 35, May Issue.

Computer Animation:Promising-Still, Jeffrey Altschuler. Print Magazine, March/April, Vol.XXVIII:II. RC Publications, Inc. N.Y., pp. 58 – 64.

Art Films In Summit. “Daily Record”, July 26, pp. 17.

Structuralist Films, Nacie Salny. Sunday Daily Record, July 28. pp. H6.

Computer Graphics in Color,Peter B. Denes. “Bell Laboratories Record”, vol. 52, No. 5, May, pp. 138 – 146.

Art And You, Nacie Salny. “Sunday Daily Record”, August 4, pp. H6.

International Manifestation t-5 and the 25th Annual Assembly of the International Association of Art Critics /AICA/ in Zagreg. “The Gallery of Contemporary Art”, Zagreb. Program Notes.

Essex to Get Major Art Show, Josephine Bonomo. Frank Stella, Rauschenberg, Albers, Vickrey, Koch, Magafan and Anuskiewicz. Sculptors will include Archipenko, Giacometti, Chaim Gross, Bruno Lucchesi and Lillian Schwartz. “The New York Times”, Nov. 25.

International Computer Arts Festival, “Kitchen”, New York. April. Program Notes.

1973 National Computer Conference & Exposition, “Science Film Theater”, New York Coliseum, June. Program Notes.

Women’s Films, A. H. Weiler. “New York Times”, Fe. 23.

A DIVERSE PROGRAM OF COMPUTER ARTS, John Rockwell. The Computer Arts Festival at the Kitchen. “New York Times”.

lms At the Annenberg Center, James Felton. “The Evening and Sunday Bulletin”, Philadelphia, PA.

Museum and Computers: Strange Bedfellows “Museum News”, Vol. 51, No. 8. Created Cover, April, pp.1.

Series of Short Films by Women Comes to Whitney Screen W. H. Weiler, New York Times Feb. 1.

Engineered Art, Barry Finley. “The Sciences” Published by The New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 13, No. 4., pp. 17.

Movies from an artistic computer: Lillian Schwartz films to be shown at NSC, Springfield (N.J.) Leader – Thursday, Jan. 18, 1973, pp. 15.

Television Turns The Cameras on Itself, “The Television Laboratory at WNET/13 News”. August, Vol.1, No.1.

ENIGMA, “Kenyon Film Festival”. Program Notes.

MUTATIONS, “National Academy of Television, Arts, & Sciences.” Program Notes.

APOTHEOSIS, “Foothills Film Festival.” Program Notes.

MUTATIONS, “CINE Golden Eagle”, Washington, D.C. Program Notes.

APOTHEOSIS, “Sinking Creek Film Celebration.” Program Notes.

Film Retrospective Whitney Museum of American Art. Program Notes.

University of Guelph Ontario, Canada. Feb. Program Notes.

Lincoln Center exhibition. Program Notes.

Arts Festival – Bordeaux. Program Notes.

Los Angeles International Film Festival. Program Notes.

Manifestation Tendency, 5/T-5/Zagreb Graphics, film. Program Notes.

Melbourne Film Festival. Program Notes.

Berlin Film Festival. Program Notes.

International Film Festival, Edinburgh. Award and group. Program Notes.

New American Filmmaker’s Series, “Whitney Museum of American Art”. Program Notes.

United States Pavillon – World’s Fair. Films including Pixillation. Program Notes.

Film Retrospective Newark State college, Union, N.J. Feb. Program Notes.

Art and Technology, “Art in America”. March-April.

Ani-Festival to donate Proceeds”Back Stage Publications, Inc.”. Oct. 6.

Screen: Palette of Art: 6 Short Works on View at Whitney Museum, Roger Greenspun. New York Times, April 14.

ENIGMA awarded Special Award for Special Effects by National Academy of Televsion, Arts, & Sciences. Program Notes.

ENIGMA received 1st in animation at Foothills. Program Notes.

U.F.O.’s, “International ICOGRADA Jury Award.” Schwartz sponsored by AT&T. Oberhausen. Program Notes.

U.F.O.’s received honorable mention award at Sinking Creek Film Festival.

United States Embassy, London, England. One-person film and lecture. Program Notes.

University of Toronto. Lecture and grant from IBM of Canada and Bell of Canada to produce computer-generated film. Production. Program Notes.

Film Retrospective and Juror – 1st International Animation Film Festival, New York. One-person. Program Notes.

Franklin Institute, Philadelphia. Lecture and films. Program Notes.

Whiney Museum of Art, New Filmmaker’s Series. Group. Program Notes.

Spring Joint Computer conference, Atlantic City, N.J. Group showing of graphics and film. Program Notes.

United States Embassy, London, England, one-person show (films). Program Notes.

Lecture Series – “The Computer in Filmmaking” at the University of Toronto. Lectures. Program Notes.

Screen: Selected Shorts at Whitney, Roger Greenspun. “The New York Times”.

Computer creating in the manner of Mondrian, Edward Cage. “New York Times”.

Mind Bogglers: “MOCEPTIONS”, Bob Lehman. “Today’s Filmmaker.” Vol. 2, No.2, Nov., pp. 6.

TRIUMF U New Yorku!, Zdenko Sulc. “Telegram”, Zagreb. broj 63 (579) 15. prosinca.

Educational Television Education Magazine, The Ontario Educational Communications Authority. Cover #1. Jan.pp.1.

Canadian Television Education Magazine Cover #2.

New York Times May, Feature Article.

The Artist and the Computer Douglas Davis, Newsweek Magazine, Sept. 13, pp. 78 – 81.

An Experiment in Communication Through Films, AT&T.


College Management, Cover for February Issue, Published by CCM Professional Magazines, Inc., pp. 1.

International Art Magazine, Paris.

Reporter Magazine, Bell Labs.

Filmmakers Newsletter.

Computers and Automation,, Berkeley Enterprises, Inc. Newtonvilee, Mass. created, and received award for cover. Aug. Wo. 19, No. 8, pp.13.

Engineer Meets Artist, Western Electric Magazine, Vol/ XXI. Mo/ 2 pp. 14 – 17.

M.D. Magazine, May.

Computer Graphics & Film, by Herbert Franke; Praeger Publisher.

Township Artist’s Work in Modern Art Museum Michael Lenson. Newark Evening News. (Either Dec. ’68 or Jan. 69).

I Remember MOMA, “Reporter”, March/April, Ell Telephone Laboratories, pp. 15 – 18.