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Transcribed and edited from a phone interview conducted December 17, 2005 by Pax Hehmeyer, a member of the team behind The Agrippa Files, this extensive interview offers information about Kevin Begos Jr.’s background and views on book publishing, artists’s books, and the creation of Agrippa (a book of the dead).
MarcScarpa.com. Retrieved 26 August 2006. http://www.marcscarpa.org/timeline (navigate to “Agrippa” in the Flash interface)
In 1992, Marc Scarpa was hired by Kevin Begos, Jr., to help produce “the Transmission” of Agrippa. This entry in Scarpa’s digital scrapbook provides some details about the event. (The Agrippa transmission was Scarpa’s first netcast production. He later became a leader in the field of live networked productions [bio].) (more…)
Art & Auction June 1992: 32.
Article offers a substantial analysis and description of Dennis Ashbaugh’s artwork. (more…)
Retrieved 31 August 2005. http://www.antonraubenweiss.com/gibson/gibson0.html
Site features information about many of Gibson’s popular works, as well as information related to Agrippa, including a few photographs of the work. (more…)
Retrieved 31 August 2005. http://www.rallscollection.com/bios/ashbaugh_bio.html
Ralls Collection offers biographical information about Dennis Ashbaugh, as well as 31 images of the artist’s mixed-media work.
Maclean’s June 5, 1995. Accessed 31 August 2005.
Article offers straightforward biographical information about William Gibson. (more…)
Retrieved 31 August 2005. http://www.centerforbookarts.org/archive/bio.asp?artistID=436
CBA site offers some brief biographical information about Dennis Ashbaugh. (more…)
Lincolnwood, IL: Contemporary Books, 1999.
This book includes a section on Gibson’s work and offers a brief biography of the author. (more…)
Retrieved 31 August 2005. http://www.williamgibsonbooks.com/index.asp
This site includes information on Gibson’s books, including a full-text version of Agrippa, an introduction to Agrippa, a short biography of Gibson, links, and access to a blog and online discussion devoted to Gibson’s work. (more…)