Institute for the Unstable Media
V2_ is an interdisciplinary center for art and technology in Rotterdam (the Netherlands). V2_'s activities include organizing presentations, exhibitions and workshops; research and development of artworks in its own lab; and publishing in the field of art and media technology.
The Festival of the Wereld the Witte Kwartier 2014: a city festival for cutting edge art and culture programmed by the art institutes in the neighbourhood of the Witte de Withstreet in Rotterdam.
Melle Smets and Ruben Jacobs talk about their work at the Festival WWWk.
V2_ presents the 2014 graduation edition of Test_Lab – a special evening showcasing a selection of installations, demonstrations, performances, prototypes and experiments by a new generation of artists and designers graduating this year from ...
These are the artists who have been selected for a Summer Sessions residency in 2014.
The Hydra Syndrome: Exploring Responsible Technology Innovation in a Complex World was a two day expert meeting / temporary think tank, organized as part of the Innovation in Extreme Scenarios research strand.
'Giving and Taking, Antidotes to a Culture of Greed' is a collected effort to establish the significance of the so-called non-pecuniary value of art and society. In the broadest sense of these terms: what is art about and after?
Blueprints for the Unknown investigates the gap between the promises of engineering biology and the complex and conflicted world we live in. The exhibition is on show at V2_ during DEAF2014.
DEAF2014 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - The Progress Trap.
DEAF2014’s thematic exhibition The Progress Trap showcases artistic responses to the lure of technological innovation, how it feels to be trapped by this relentless pursuit of progress, and how to escape it.
Thingworld is the International Triennial of New Media Art in Beijing. V2_ presents three works in the exhibition.
This is the complete press release for the Thingworld exhibition in Beijing in which V2_ participates.
In this lavishly illustrated book Kees Tazelaar meticulously reconstructs the birth and evolution of electronic music in the Netherlands from 1925 till 1965. It is the compelling story of the development of electronic music at the Philips research ...