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This eBook comprises seventeen haiku capturing the essential insights from The Hydra Syndrome workshop, which was convened in June 2014 by the Risk Science Center at the University of Michigan in cooperation with V2_.
'New Materials New Methods ', is the eighth in the series of Blowup Readers. It explores the relation between innovation, art and science, and the hopes projected onto the possibilities of new materials and new methods: a massive ship made of ice ...
Proliferating Plants and Strange-Looking Eyes is a text by Boukje Cnossen on the work of Driessens & Verstappen.
It's About Time: Prototyping and Intent is a text by Greg J. Smith. It's included in the e-book 'New Materials, New Methods' (2014).
Digital Alchemy is a text by Giles Lane.
Learning from Fitzcarraldo is written by Karoline Sobecka for the V2_publication 'New Materials, New Methods'.
Excerpt from 'Churchill’s Iceman: The True Story of Geoffrey Pyke: Genius, Fugitive, Spy' by Henry Hemming, 2014.
Report by Lisa Haskel about the New Economy workshop.
Eva Kekou interviews V2_'s Michelle Kasprzak for Furtherfield (2014.
Extreme Modernity: an Attempt at a Philosophical Reflection on an Anatomy of Contemporary Crisis is an essay by Carsten Friberg, published in the 'Innovation in Extreme Scenarios' Ebook (2014).
Introduction to the Innovation in Extreme Scenarios e-book (2014)
Domeniek Ruyters of Metropolis M reviewed the exhibition of The Progress Trap. (Dutch).
Review (dd. 16 May 2014) of Kees Tazelaar's 'On the Threshold of Beauty' in the Italian magazine 'Neural'.
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).
In this eBook, a range of specially-commissioned and previously published pieces have been collected which investigate how the exploration of outer space has inspired and challenged artists, designers, thinkers, and the general public. (Free ...
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).