Interview/article with the artists Elvira Wersche and Horst Rickels, April 29, 1985.
Interview with Alex Adriaansens and Joke Brouwer about V2_, published in 'Book for the Electronic Art' (2000)
Interview by Josephine Bosma with sound artist Ron Kuivila (2000).
Interview by Geert Lovink with Eduard Muka.
Short interview with computer artist EIKE (2000).
Interview with Michel Van Dartel and Artem Baguinski about live coding, by Silvia Scaravaggi. Published in the Italian magazine Digicult.
Arie Altena interviews Di Mainstone, Stock and Simon de Bakker about the development of 'Sharewear'.
Interview met modeontwerpster Maartje Dijkstra, over de ontwikkeling van 'Intimacy'.
Interview with Hans Kalliwoda about 'The World in a Shell', by Arie Altena.
Interview with Aram Bartholl about his "Tweet Bubble Series".
An interview by Arie Altena with Daan Roosegaarde about the project "Intimacy" developed with Maartje Dijkstra and V2_Lab.
Bernie Lubell interviewed by Arie Altena on occasion of the exhibition 'Origins of Innocence'.
Sabine Seymour and Piem Wirtz discuss the field of wearable technology. The talk took place on May 20th at the V2_lab.
An interview with Hannah Perner Wilson and Mika Satomi of Kobakant, about the development of their work, by Piem Wirtz and Arie Altena.
Practices, ideas, and environments: an interview with Michel Van Dartel and Artem Baguinski by Silvia Scaravaggi.
The Rotterdam based artist Marnix de Nijs has collaborated with V2_Lab on several projects. The latest focuses on the implementation of face detection and recognition software for his new work, "Mirror Piece." During one of his visits to the lab, we ...
Interview met Karen Lancel en Hermen Maat over hun project TELE_TRUST, door Arie Altena.
Interview door Arie Altena met de Nederlandse kunstenaar artist Marnix de Nijs over de ontwikkeling van zijn werk "Exercise in Immersion 4", dat werd gepresenteerd op DEAF07.
Interview with Katherine Hayles by Arjen Mulder, published in The Art of the Accident, 1998.
E-mail interview with Lars Spuybroek by Andreas Ruby, published in "The Art of the Accident," 1998.