E.A.T. ARCHIVE PACKAGE OF PUBLISHED MATERIAL
In 1980, E.A.T. assembled an archive package of 360 documents published by the organization: reports, catalogs, newsletters, informational bulletins, proposals, lectures, announcements, and reprints of major articles produced by E.A.T. in the course of its activities. Complete sets of this archive package were distributed to major libraries in New York, Washington, Paris, Stockholm, Moscow, Ahmedabad, India, London, Toronto and Australia.
The original 1980 E.A.T. archive package was later expanded to include newly found material. Bard College and ZKM, Karlsruhe, have acquired this collection of documents; and E.A.T. still holds several archive boxes.
Billy Klüver published a master list of the documents in the archive package together with a list of published articles by others on E.A.T. in E.A.T. Bibliography 1965-1980.
ARCHIVE OF E.A.T. ACTIVITIES: 1966 - 2001
In 1993, the full archive of E.A.T.’s activities from 1966 to 1993 was placed at the Getty Institute for Study of Art History and the Humanities, in Los Angeles. The URL of the finding aid for these materials is
In 2001 The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology acquired the archive of the 16 mm and 35 mm film footage of 9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering shot by Alfons Schilling and AT&T, audio recordings of some of the performances, as well as production materials and master video tapes of several documentary films on the performances by Experiments in Art and Technology. The URL of the index to these materials is: https://www.fondation-langlois.org/9evenings/e/index.html
E.A.T. ARCHIVES FROM 2001 - PRESENT
The documents in the archive package have been digitized, and entered into a database of “E.A.T. Published Material,” created and managed by Hedi Sorger. A second database was also created by Sorger of over a thousand photos, objects, and ephemera, that documents E.A.T. projects and activities, and is available to researchers and historians. Sorger manages these digital archives and handles requests from scholars and publications, as well as facilitating loans for exhibitions around the world.