Review of Kees Tazelaar's On the Threshold of Beauty by Emanuel Overbeke, published on the website of Muziek van Nu (7 January 2014).
A Dutch review of Kees Tazelaars On the Threshold of Beauty by Maarten Brandt published in Opus Klassiek (March 2014).
An interview with Kees Tazelaar about his book On the Threshold of Beauty, published in Gonzo(circus).
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Description of Paper Moon, an artwork by Ilona Gaynor in collaboration with Craig Sinnamon. Published in Blowup Reader 7 (2013)
Text by Nelly Ben Hayoun for the Blowup Reader 7, Outer Space as Extreme Scenario (2013).
An Interview with Kodwo Eshun by Geert Lovink – originally from 2000, republished in Blowup Reader 7 (2013).
Extent of Exposure -- Risk in Space and Space Analogues is a text by Regina Peldszus and Alex Salam. It is part of the Blowup Reader 7 (2013).
An Interview (2013) with Angelo Vermeulen by Michelle Kasprzak. Published in Blowup Reader 7 Outer Space as Extreme Scenario.
Het Ruimteschip (Dutch) is a text by Dirk van Weelden; with an English summary and postscript by Arjen Mulder.
The Conquest of Space in the Time of Power is a text by the Bureau of Public Secrets.
Maximum Jailbreak is an essay by Benedict Singleton. It is part of the Blowup Reader 7, Outer Space as Extreme Scenario.
Introduction to Blowup Reader 7 by Michelle Kasprzak.
Paper by Michel van Dartel and Anne Nigten presented at ISEA 2013, Sydney.
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_.