- [img src]:Edward A. Shanken, “Art and Electronic Media”,p.185
“In 1970, artist and writer Jack Burnham curated the exhibition ‘Software – Information Technology: Its New Meaning for Art’ at the Jewish Museum in New York. The first major US art and technology exhibition that attempted to utilize a computer in a museum context, ‘Software’ expressed technological ambitions that were matched by Burnham’s conceptually sophisticated vision.”
- Jack Burnham, Curator’s statement from Software exhibition catalog,Information Technology: Its New Meaning for Art,New York: Jewish Museum, 1970.
- The publication of the catalogue followed the presentation of the exhibition at the Jewish Museum, which is organised by Jack Burnham.
- Link to documentation of selected projects in Software (.pdf)
 Edward A. Shanken, “Art and Electronic Media”,p.185