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.
A lecture by Martin Berghammer, during Wiretap 5.13, on the history of computer games.
Video interview with Carolien Teunisse and Bram Snijders on their augmented reality work "RE:"
Report by Nadia Palliser about the Augmented Reality events at DEAF2012.
A report by Kit Blake (1997) about the Deep_Europe workshop at Documenta X.
Short report in the form of a blogpost about the symposium Vital Beauty at DEAF2012, written by John de Weerd.
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_.
A text by Derrick de Kerckhove about the 2011 exhibition Strategic Arts Initiative 2.0.
Short information texts about the works in the Strategic Arts Initiative 2.0 exhibition, part of the 'We Are All Crew' Blowup Reader.
A text by Stephen Kovats about the relevance of McLuhan in 2011.
A text (2012) about Norman White, by Ine Poppe.
Fake interview from 1996 with Marshall McLuhan (1911 – 1980) by Gary Wolf, originally published in 'Wired'.
An excerpt from Arjen Mulder's book 'From Image to Interaction' (2011), as used in the Blowup Reader 'We Are All Crew'.
Text about Marshall McLuhan by Gary Wolf.
Texts from the original Strategic Arts Initiative catalogue from 1986, by Derrick de Kerckhove and the participating artists.
Introduction to the Strategic Arts Initiative 2.0 Exhibition, by Laura Berazadi.
Introduction to the fourth Blowup Reader We Are All Crew, by Michelle Kasprzak.
Every Artist, a Journalist is the second Blowup Reader. It collects texts on the subject of art as a form of journalism. (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)
'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)
Lecture by Seiko Mikami during the Machine Aesthetics Student Seminar (1997).