Links + Selected Bibliography


(* indicates a publication)

Maria Porges, "Rebeca Bollinger”, Sculpture Magazine, G16, San Francisco, CA

Gallery 16, “‘All-Purpose’ An Evening of Translations”, San Francisco, CA

Sarah Hotchkiss, “At fused space, 'Seven Places of the Mind' Is No Slouch” KQED Arts

Mills College Art Museum, The Bender Room

Anton Stuebner, “Gesture/Fragment/Trace”, Art Practical

Nikki Grattan, Klea McKenna, “In the Make: Studio Visit with Rebeca Bollinger”

Artist on Artist Talks “Rebeca Bollinger on Giorgio Morandi”, SFMOMA, Organized by Suzanne Stein

Carlos Garcia Montero, “What Went Wrong? You Vanished in Front of Me: BAN1 and its reconstruction”, Art Practical

Kadist, Trapped in the Wunderkammer

*Robert Riley, “Rebeca Bollinger, SECA Art Award Exhibition Brochure”, Fifty Years of Bay Area Art: The SECA Awards, editors Alison Gass and Tanya Zimbardo, (SFMOMA 2011) p. 98 —— Book

Ballroom Marfa, 2012 Data Deluge Artist Walkthrough: Artist Rebeca Bollinger discusses her video "Alphabetically Sorted" (1994)

*Margaret Morse, “Search Memory” in “Pixels and Chips: Alan Rath, Jim Campbell and Rebeca Bollinger,” Radical Light: Alternative Film and Video in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1945-2000, editors Steve Anker, Kathy Geritz, Steve Seid, (UC Press 2010) p. 307 —- BAMPFA Book Launch + Exhibition

James Nisbet, “Picks: Rebeca Bollinger,” Artforum

*Griff Williams, These are the People in Your Neighborhood: Sixteen Years of Gallery 16, (2010) p. 54-57

*David DiMichele, “ABEX Returns: The Sequel in LA: It’s Not Just About The Paint Anymore,” Artillery, March/April 2011, Vol 5, Issue 4, p. 28-32

*Glen Helfand, “On View” Photograph, March/April 2008, p. 80-81

David Buuck, “Rebeca Bollinger at Rena Bransten Gallery,” Artweek, Jan 2005, Vol 35, Issue 10, p. 12.

Margaret Morse, “Sunshine and Shroud: Cyborg Bodies and the Collective and Personal Self” Last Year by Color and Composition, Medien Kuntz Net, 2003

*Andrea Scott, “Rebeca Bollinger,” in 2002 California Biennial exh. Cat (Orange County Museum of Art 2002), p. 10-12

Glen Helfand, “Reviews: Rebeca Bollinger,” Artforum, (January 2002)

Leah Ollman, “Scribes of Precision and Obsession,” Los Angeles Times, (01-11-02), p. F29.

Kenneth Baker, “Getting history all tangled up,” San Francisco Chronicle, (07-01-02)

*Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson, “Rebeca Bollinger,” in Marked: Bay Area Drawings exh. brochure (Hunter College, NY 2001)

*Janet Bishop, “Rebeca Bollinger,” in 010101:Art in Technological Times exh. Cat (SFMOMA 2001), p.50-51

David Spalding, “Rebeca Bollinger @Rena Bransten,” Flash Art, (Volume 34, Nov/Dec 2001)

Meredith Tromble, “Fields: Rebeca Bollinger @Rena Bransten Gallery”, stretcher, (October 2, 2001)

David Goldberg, “Fields: Rebeca Bollinger at Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco,” Art Papers (Dec 2001)

David Bonetti, Bay City Best / Top Picks for the Coming Week, SF Gate (March 4, 2001)

Glen Helfand, “Picks: Rebeca Bollinger at Rena Bransten Gallery”, Artforum, September 19, 2001

Kenneth Baker, “Bollinger Sorts It Out,” San Francisco Chronicle, (September 8, 2001)

Joan Kee, “Rebeca Bollinger,” Art Papers, (March/April 2000), p. 48.

Sally McGrane, “High Tech Is the Art in San Francisco,” New York Times, (03-16-00) p. D7.

Amy Berk, “Forever on the Move,” Sculpture News, (Volume 6, Number 1, Winter 2000), p. 34

*Glen Helfand, “The Museum, In Pieces,” in Museum Pieces: Bay Area Artists Consider the de Young exh. Cat (de Young Museum 1999), p. 14

David Bonetti, “Genial deconstruction of de Young Museum”, SF Examiner (November 26, 1999)

Mark Van Proyen, “Rebeca Bollinger at The LAB,” New Art Examiner, (Dec/Jan 1999/2000), p. 56.

Kenneth Baker, “Local Heroes,” San Francisco Chronicle, (11-20-99)

*David Buuck, “Rebeca Bollinger: Keyword Search Results,” Tripwire, Issue 3 (Summer 1999), p. 91-95

Jennifer Hillner, “Scrolling Past,” Wired, (December 1999), p. 100. (magazine pdf)

Robert Hirsch, AnJanette Brush, “From Dots to Pixels: Tracing Truth & Desire”, U-Turn E-Zine #1, 1999

Kenneth Baker, “Foraging on Internet For Raw Materials,” San Francisco Chronicle, (09-04-99)

*Anne Ayres, “If I Knew You Were Comin’ I’d’ve Baked a Cake”, In the Polka Dot Kitchen, Otis Gallery exh. Cat (Pasadena Art Alliance 1998), p. 15

*Ingrid Calame, “In the Polka Dot Kitchen,” Otis Gallery exh. Cat (Pasadena Art Alliance 1998), p. 38-41

*Rachel Eggebeen, “Touch Me, Talk to Me,” Interface: Art + Tech in the Bay Area, Bay Area Artists exh. Cat (Duke Museum of Art 1998)

Oliver Irwin, “In the Polka Dot Kitchen at Otis and Armory Center for the Arts” Artweek (1998)

Luis Delgado Qualtrough, “In the Gallery: Deus in Machina: Imagemaking and the Machine” Camerawork: A Journal of Photographic Arts Fall/Winter Vol 25, No 2 1998, p. 7

*Renny Pritikin and René de Guzman, “Bay Area Now”, Bay Area Now exh Cat (Yerba Buena Center for the Arts 1997), p. 7, 15

Richard Smith, “Bay Area Now at the Center for the Arts”, Artweek, (August 1997)

Peter Lunenfeld, “Technofornia”, Flash Art, (March April 1996), p.69-71.

Roberta Smith, “In Tomblike Vaults, the Future Flickers and Hums” New York Times, August 9, 1996

Rebeca Bollinger, “Artist’s Pages: Rebeca Bollinger”, Camerawork: A Journal of Photographic Arts Fall/Winter 1995, p.7

Rebeca Bollinger “Absolute Identity” Photo Metro | Editorial, October 1994