In this eBook, a range of specially-commissioned and previously published pieces have been collected which explore how human thought and action as it relates to outer space has inspired and challenged artists, designers, thinkers, and the general ...
An interview with Kees Tazelaar about his book On the Threshold of Beauty, published in Gonzo(Circus).
An article published in Eindhovens Dagblad, written by René van Peer, about Kees Tazelaar's book On the Threshold of Beauty.
Introduction to The Vibrancy Effect ebook, by Chris Salter.
'Intervention' by Tagny Duffy for the Vibrancy Effect expert meeting, as published in the ebook The Vibrancy Effect.
A small book for the V2_Lab Show of 2013, celebrating works produced in collaboration with V2_Lab. With an introductory essay and descriptions of the exhibited works.
Descriptions of various cinematic projects shown during DEAF04, taken from "Feelings Are Always Local".
About the early history of V2_.
... about moving boxes of stuff.
A report by Danielle Roberts of the meeting “Wearables and data visualisation” which took place at V2_ on 13 June 2013.
The great artist, composer, theatre maker, machine builder, poet, and thinker Dick Raaijmakers has left 'this' world for 'that' world.
A chronology of the life and works of Dick Raaymakers, as it was published in "Dick Raaymakers, Monograph".
Review of Lars Spuybroek's The Sympathy of Things.
A review of The Sympathy of Things, published in the Dutch magazine Esthetica.
A long review from the Carlyle Studies Annual on Lars Spuybroek's The Sympathy of Things.
Article from the Dutch design magazine about Lars Spuybroek's Sympathy of Things.
With the theme of ecology V2_ puts the dynamics of the interaction between living and non-living things right at the center of its research in 2013 and 2014.
Project proposal for the Summer Sessions residency programme by Cecilia Jonsson.
A Translocal Formation, V2_East, the Syndicate, Deep Europe (1997) is an essay by Andreas Broeckmann.
Text (2013) by Arjen Mulder about Marnix de Nijs's work 'Exploded Views 2.0'.