Keynote lecture by Adam Greenfield.
Audiovisual live performance by Geert Mul and Michel Banabila. Performance at DEAF2014
Keynote lecture by Ronald Wright.
Light installations, videomapping and projections by Marco Broeders, Joris Strijbos and David Louf are shown at DEAF2014 in the foyer of the New Institute
Blueprints for the Unknown investigates the gap between the promises of engineering biology and the complex and conflicted world we live in. The exhibition is on show at V2_ during DEAF2014.
DEAF2014’s thematic exhibition The Progress Trap showcases artistic responses to the lure of technological innovation, how it feels to be trapped by this relentless pursuit of progress, and how to escape it.
Willem de Kooning Academy and the Piet Zwart Institute (Networked Media Department) present 'In Progress'. The exhibition questions innovation in relation to the notions of artistic process and research based progress.
DEAF2014 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - The Progress Trap.
May 2014 edition of the cultural talk show about interesting events in Rotterdam.
April edition of the cultural talk show about interesting events in Rotterdam.
March 2014 edition of the cultural talk show about interesting events in Rotterdam.
Exhibition of Melle Smets' & Joost van Onna's Turtle 1: The Sequel at V2_
Rotterdam Museum Night is on at March 8, 2014.
V2_ presents Melle Smets' 'Turtle 1, The Sequel', at the Museum Night 2014.
An invitation-only expert meeting on the development of the African car 'The Turtle 1'.
Cultural talk show about interesting events in Rotterdam.
A lecture and presentation by Anouk Wipprecht. Part of the program 'Key' by Media Technology Leiden.
Composer Kees Tazelaar presents his new book On the Threshold of Beauty: Philips and the Origins of Electronic Music in the Netherlands 1925–1965 at V2_.
'Key' is an exhibition with new works from the MSc Media Technology in Leiden. Opening: Thursday February 6, 17:00 – 19:00
Students of the new WDKA Digital Craft minor present objects to inspire, wonder, and that reflect on our relationship with craft in times of electronic, digital, and networked media.