The artist's CD-ROM and DVD-ROM are new forms of the Artist's book. Presentation of work in this format enables artists to put multimedia and Hypertext into Installation art. Pioneers of the new format include Laurie Anderson, Jean-Jacques Birgé, David Blair, Guy Bleus, John Maeda, Christine Tamblyn, Marita Liulia, Marjorie Franklin, Paul Tompkins, Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner, Takahiko Iimura and Rodrigo Toledo.
- Puppet Motel by Laurie Anderson and Hsin-Chien Huang
- Waxweb by David Blair
- Desks: 1001 Bureaus by Guy Bleus
- Reactive Books by John Maeda
- Machiavel by Jean-Jacques Birgé and Antoine Schmitt
- The Ambitious Bitch by Marita Liulia
- Machines à écrire by Antoine Denize
- Xplora and Eve by Peter Gabriel and Michael Coulson
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