Contact & Reference Websites
A Cherry Tree for Mr. Jefferson, 1990, drawing presented at the signing of
The Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 (VARA) on Capitol Hill, Washington, DC.
Additional Website References for Rockne Krebs' Artwork
Rockne Krebs catalogue raisonné
AskArt.com, Rockne Krebs
Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection, Little Rock, Arkansas, Krebs' A Red Rainbow Tree, 1973
Arts Council for Long Beach, CA. Public Art, Krebs' The Majic Wand.
Artsy Rockne Krebs
Baxter Art Gallery Records, Caltech, 1962-1997, in the Smithsonian Archives of American Art. "Rockne Krebs" (1983), includes three sound cassettes of Rockne Krebs Seminar.
Forgey, Benjamin. Oral history interview with Rockne Krebs, 1990 Jan. 27-Feb. 3, An interview with Rockne Krebs conducted 1990, Jan 27-Feb. 3, for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. Unpublished material, sound recording and transcript. http://collections.si.edu/search/results.htm?q=Krebs+Rockne&
Maida Withers Dance Construction Company. Rockne Krebs, Laser Dance, visual laser installation.
MIT CAVS fellow, 1973-74, under György Kepes, founder of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT. The Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS) brought together artists with scientists at MIT to encourage innovation.
MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies Special Collection, CAVS Digital Collection 2018, Rockne Krebs.
MIT Museum Studio IAP 2013 Introduction Course. Creating From Both Sides of the Brain. Slide 52 is by Rockne Krebs.
Pacifica Radio Archives, 1971, broadcast Feb. 1971 and July 1971. Art and Technology / Clare Spark.
Series of interviews on the relationship between art and technology. Interview with Boyd Mefferd and
Rockne Krebs (59 min.).
Rockne Krebs and Hewlet Packard, World Expo ’70 in Japan, Art and Technology Exhibit. Art – with a touch of
technology, “Collaboration between HP and a talented young sculptor has produced a unique work of environmental art that soon will be seen by millions of people around the world.” and http://www.mat.ucsb.edu/~g.legrady/academic/courses/07f200a/at/krebs.pdf
The Miami Line, 1984 Artworks: Light Art. CutureNOW Art in the Public Realm.
The Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, film/video database of The Program for Art on Film, www.artfilm.com .
NEW ARTS, 16 min., 16mm, 1971. Dir. Howard Chesley; Eric Saarinen Prod. Eric Saarinen; Howard Chesley. Source: Pyramid Film & Video, Source: Rental-see Educational Film & Video Locator. Shows the work of eight American artists that was exhibited at Expo '70 in Japan. These works combine, which combine art and technology, are discussed by their creators: Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Boyd Mefferd,
Tony Smith, Bob Whitman, Newton Harrison, and Rockne Krebs
A film by Edward Kelley on Krebs’ Photon Structures, 1968. (In 1977, BBC New York had the film.)
Science Friday, National Public Radio, August 21, 2015. Museum Plays Art and Technology Matchmaker.
Smithsonian Archives of American Art, Oral History Interview with Rockne Krebs
Smithsonian Archives of American Art. “A new collection: Mary Swift's photographs document the DC art scene from 1975-2001. Subjects include prominent locals William Christenberry, Gene Davis, Sam Gilliam, Rockne Krebs, and Martin Puryear.”
Smithsonian Archives of American Art. William Chapin Seitz papers, 1960s-1970s, Box 10, Folder 40-41.
Smithsonian Archives of American Art. Thomas Downing papers, circa 1946 – 1995.
Smithsonian Archives of American Art. Sam Gilliam papers, 1957 – 1989.
Smithsonian Archives of American Art. Jacob Kainen papers, 1905-2008.
Spectacle, by Roy Osborne, 1998. Color Academy, UK.
Spencer Museum of Art - Collection, Rockne Krebs
Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery, Collections
Smithsonian Institution Collections Search Center
Smithsonian Institution Collections Search Center (includes documents)
The Universe: Contemporary Artists and the Cosmos
University of Rochester Libraries. Rockne Krebs’ laser sculpture lights up the sky. - Downloaded PDF
Walker Art Center Blog, Artists’ Cinema: Projected Images by Jeremy Meckler
Washington Color and Light at the Corcoran | Washington Color School Project “Counterpoint and epitome, Rockne Krebs’s Ice Flower has even more of this double-take, stop-to-look-and-it’s-gone business going on — very nearly a kinetic sculpture in the way its interstices catch and fragment light, alternately showing chevrons, squares, dots and stripes to the viewer walking past.”
The White Tornado, 1979, Rockne Krebs. Commissioned through the Art in Architecture Program
Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration. Location: Frank Carlson Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse, Topeka, Kansas.