Picture THIS, Podcast #1: The Ancient Camera (Camera Obscura). Hosted by Chelsea and Tony Northrup, The Art and Science of Photography (January 25, 2016).


Cosmos: A Space Time Odyssey, Episode 5 “Hiding in the Light.” Written by Ann Druyan and Steven Soter, and narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson. National Geographic Channel and FOX. First aired in the USA on April 6, 2014.


Artefact Festival, Thema: De Prehistorie van het Beeld (Prehistory of the Image), Paleolitische Tent, Bibliotheek Twee Bronnen, STUK Kunstencentrum, Leuven, Belgium (February 13-23, 2014).


Probabilità e l’origine di arte: Simulazioni della teoria della Paleo-camera, Museo di Paleontologia, Dipartimanto di Scienze della Terra, Università della Calabria. La Notte dei Musei, all’iniziativa del Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali. Cosenza, Italia (Sabato 14 Maggio 2011).


Camera Obscura Installation, Gatton and Getsinger, VTI Building, Jefferson Community and Technical College, Louisville, USA (April, 2010).


Le cinéma/Pré-cinéma, Exposition, Malle pédagogique, Collège au cinéma dans le Calvados, Editées par la Maison de l’Image Basse-Normandie, Pôle Régional d’Education à l’Image, Avec le soutien du Conseil Général du Calvados-Office Départemental d’Action Culturelle du Calvados, de la Direction régionale des affaires culturelles de Basse-Normandie. Caen, France (2009-2010).


Camera Obscura Installation, Art Sparks, Speed Art Museum, Louisville, USA (2007-2008).


How Art Made the World: Cambridge Interviews, Episode 2, “The Day Pictures Were Born.” Series produced by Mark Hedgecoe, directed by Robin Dashwood, and hosted by Dr. Nigel Spivey, KCET/BBC, June 22, 2006.

Clip used with permission from Vlaamse Radio- en Televisieomroeporganisatie.

Artefact is STUK’s annual arts festival, focusing on visual culture, cultural affairs, and scientific challenges. The program consists of an extensive thematical exhibition with international artists, lecturers and performances linked to the central theme. The Prehistory of the Image is an exhibition that takes the Paleo Camera Obscura Theory (PCOT) by the American artist Matt Gatton as a guide to study the origins of art.