!!Oliver Grau - Selected Publications
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Oliver Grau is the exclusive author of seven books and edited volumes with approx. 125 reviews, 77 scientific articles 1994-2015, and 2500+ citations (H-Index 16, G-Index 37) and three published scientific online archives (with several thousand reviewed artworks, artist bios and data). His most cited and perhaps most influential publication, Virtual Art: From Illusion to Immersion (2000 citations excluding the Chinese translation), offered for the first time a historic comparison in image-viewer theory of immersion as well as a systematic analysis of the triad of artist, work and viewer under the conditions of Digital Art. \\
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New Media Art, in: Prof. Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann et. al. (Eds.): Oxford Bibliographies in Art History. New York: Oxford University Press (forthcoming). \\

Virtual Art: From Illusion to Immersion, Cambridge/Mass.: MIT-Press 2003 (4th edition). Transl. appeared in China (2006), Brazil (2007); Serbia (2008) and will appear in Korean and Polish. It is Grau's most cited [[800+ citations (H-Index) excluding the Chinese translation]] and probably most influential publication. Besides W.J.T. Mitchell's "What Do Pictures Want?", it is the most quoted book in Art History worldwide since 2000. ("Virtual Art" offered for the first time a historic comparison in image-viewer thoery of immersion as well as a systematic analysis of the triad of artist, work and viewer under the conditions of Digital Art.) It was selected as "Scientific American Book of the Month" and has received more than 75 international reviews.\\

The Complex and Multifarious Expression of Digital Art & Its Impact on Archives and Humanities: in: Christiane Paul (Ed.): A Companion to Digital Art, Wiley-Blackwell, New York 2015, (forthcoming). \\

Imagery in the 21st Century (Ed.), Cambridge/Mass.: MIT-Press 2011.\\

MediaArtHistories (Ed.), Cambridge/Mass.: MIT-Press 2007. Translations appeared in Portuguese (Brazil) and Macedonian (forthcoming in Russian, Korean and French).\\

Mediale Emotionen: Zur Lenkung von Gefühlen durch Bild und Sound (co-edited with Andreas Keil), Frankfurt: Fischer 2005. (Medial Emotions: Regarding the Guidance of Feelings by Image and Sound)\\

“New Perspectives for the (Digital) Humanities”, in: The Challenge of the Object, Congress Proceedings of the 33rd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art. T. 1-3. Ed. by G. Ulrich Großmann/Petra Krutisch, Nürnberg 2013, p. 990-994.\\

“Phantasmagorischer Bildzauber des 18. Jh. und sein Nachleben in der Medienkunst”, in: Brigitte Felderer (Ed.): Rare Künste: Zur Kultur und Mediengeschichte der Zauberkunst, Wien 2006, pp. 461-480.\\

"Druckgrafik bis Medienkunst: Neue Analyseinstrumente für die historisch vergleichende Bildforschung", in: Rundbrief Fotografie, Vol. 21 (2014), No. 1/2 [[N.F. 81/82]], pp. 108-116.\\

"Vorsicht! Es scheint, dass er direkt auf die Dunkelheit zustürzt, in der Sie sitzen." Immersions- und Emotionsforschung, Kernelemente der Bildwissenschaft, in: Klaus Herding/Antje Krause-Wahl (Eds.): Wie sich Gefühle Ausdruck verschaffen, Taunusstein 2007, pp. 263-288.