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.
Lecture by Michael Benson during Wiretap 6.11 (2000).
Report by Omar Muñoz-Cremers about The Evening of Ludic Society, DEAF07, 2007.
Article by Yvette van Nierop about Rhizome and The Kingdom of Piracy.
Essay written by philosopher Eric Bolle for "Book for the Unstable Media," 1992.
Volkskrant on Dick Raaijmakers, Profile, January 31, 2008. (NL)
Project description and technical rider of Tez' piece 'Anharmonium' (2010).
Interview with Michel Van Dartel and Artem Baguinski about live coding, by Silvia Scaravaggi. Published in the Italian magazine Digicult.
Essay by Lev Manovich about metadata, published in 'Making Art of Databases' (2003).
Arie Altena interviews Di Mainstone, Stock and Simon de Bakker about the development of 'Sharewear'.
Essay from 2000 by Andreas Broeckmann about activist use of photography on the internet.
Report about Datawolk Hoeksche Waard by ArchiNed and V2_Lab which won the Dutch National Millennium Competition in 2000.
Essay by NOX about their project 'deepSurface' (1999)
Article by Yvette van Nierop about privacy and Jonah Brucker-Cohen's project 'Police State'.
Verslag van Open Territories: project presentations, door Ron Meerhof, uit De Volkskrant, 27 februari 2003.
Report by Christel Vesters about DEAF03 Open Territories: Project Presentations, which took place on 26 February 2003.
Short essay by Arjen Mulder - To understand today’s world, one must understand what instability is, and what its consequences are, socially, politically and economically but also mentally.
Introduction from "Book for the Electronic Arts" (2000), written by Arjen Mulder and Maaike Post.
Description of Mark Bain's The Live Room, published in The Art of the Accident, 1998.
Article about Watch That Sound, published in Kunstzone (2008). Written by Max de Boer.
Descriptions of various projects shown during DEAF04, taken from "Feelings Are Always Local".