Essays and articles from V2_ books, interviews with artists, and
various writings about V2_ activities, including reviews of events and
exhibitions. This page displays the last additions.
The Future of Work (2016) is a publication by Anxious to Make (Liat Berdugo and Emily Martinez).
This eBook comprises seventeen haiku capturing the essential insights from The Hydra Syndrome workshop, which was convened in June 2014 by the Risk Science Center at the University of Michigan in cooperation with V2_.
We Are All Crew is the fourth Blowup Reader. It was edited on occasion of the centenary of Marshall McLuhan's birth and the Blowup event at V2_.
'Show Me the Money', part of the series of Blowup readers, collects several texts which explore the relation between money, value and culture. (Free Download)
'Wild Things' is the first in a series of Blowup readers. It collects several essays on the subject of media art for animals. (Free Download)
Every Artist, a Journalist is the second Blowup Reader. It collects texts on the subject of art as a form of journalism. (Free Download)
'The Era of Objects' is the third in a series of Blowup readers. It collects several essays exploring the future of objects, beyond the clichéd fantasy of the flying car. (Free Download)
'Speculative Realities', part of the series of Blowup readers, collects several text and interviews connected to the Speculative Realities exhibition of 2012. (Free Download)
Review by Ivan LP of Ruben Jacobs' 'Everyone in an Artist'.
Feature by Joris Lindhout & kenmore005 about the Cloud Labour Night, published in Metropolis M.
Archived PDF-versions of the Dutch and English newsletters, sent out by V2_ during 2016.
A preview of Kunstavond XL 2016 in the free newspaper Metro
Short critical text (in Dutch) by Tara Lewis on the 2016 Kunstavond XL.
Introduction to the catalogue of the exhibition Data in the 21st Century (2015-2016)
Interview with Cecilia Jonsson by Régine Debatty, April 2015. Published on We Make Money not Art.
interview with Michel van Dartel, published in Kunstlicht (2015).
Boukje Cnossen reviewed Ruben Jacobs' book 'Iedereen een kunstenaar' for the magazine RektoVerso.
Eva Kekou interviews V2_'s Michelle Kasprzak for Furtherfield (2014).
A text, based on an interview with Alex Adriaansens and Joke Brouwer about V2_, from the Book for the Electronic Arts (2000)
A very nice review by Gregory Taylor about 'On the Threshold of Beauty'.