URL: https://agrippa.english.ucsb.edu
Role: Project Leader and General Editor.
Collaborators: Paxton Hehmeyer, James J. Hodge, Kimberly Knight, David Roh, Elizabeth Swanstrom.Agrippa (a book of the dead) appeared in 1992 as a collaboration between artist Dennis Ashbaugh, author William Gibson, and publisher Kevin Begos, Jr. The Agrippa Files is a scholarly site that presents selected pages from the original art book; a unique archive of materials dating from the book’s creation and early reception; a simulation of what the book’s intended “fading images” might have looked like; a video of the 1992 “transmission” of the work; a “virtual lightbox” for comparing and studying pages; full-text scholarly essays and interviews; an annotated bibliography of scholarship, press coverage, interviews, and other material; a detailed bibliographic description of the book; and a discussion forum.The Agrippa Files was created in 2005 (and launched publicly on Dec. 9, 2005) by Alan Liu and a volunteer team of graduate students with the assistance of the book’s publisher, Kevin Begos.
Agrippa Files home page
Suggested Citation: The Agrippa Files. Home page. Ed. Alan Liu, et al. 2005. University of California, Santa Barbara. Retrieved [Date of access, e.g., 27 September 2006]. <https://agrippa.english.ucsb.edu/>