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Description of the projects M.U.S.H., by Eleonore Hellio and Joachim Montessuis; and DEVMAP by Workspace Unlimited.
The Rotterdam based artist Marnix de Nijs has collaborated with V2_Lab on several projects. The latest focuses on the implementation of face detection and recognition software for his new work, "Mirror Piece." During one of his visits to the lab, we ...
From Fashion United, September 2010. An article on the work of Anouk Wipprecht and her project Intimacy Black with Studio Roosegaarde and V2_Lab.
Zelf geluid en muziek maken bij beeld is enorm leuk om te doen. Dat plezier willen wij met zo veel mogelijk kinderen en jongeren delen. De software-tool die wij nu ontwikkelen, maakt het mogelijk om in korte tijd een grote groep jonge gebruikers ...
Text with project descriptions by Angelica Schmitt
Project descriptions by Arie Altena from "Interact or Die!"
Published in Kunst Zone, in October 2008. (NL)
Interview met Karen Lancel en Hermen Maat over hun project TELE_TRUST, door Arie Altena.
Interview door Arie Altena met de Nederlandse kunstenaar artist Marnix de Nijs over de ontwikkeling van zijn werk "Exercise in Immersion 4", dat werd gepresenteerd op DEAF07.
Selection of links to blog posts on the Tweet Bubble Series by Aram Bartholl.
Essay by George Teyssot with Diller Scofidio, published in "Book for the Unstable Media," 1992.
Essay by Peter Weibel, published in "Book for the Unstable Media," 1992.
Essay by philosopher Paul Virilio, published in "Book for the Unstable Media," 1992.
Essay by Gregory Whitehead, published in "Book for the Unstable Media," 1992.
Interview with Katherine Hayles by Arjen Mulder, published in The Art of the Accident, 1998.
E-mail interview with Lars Spuybroek by Andreas Ruby, published in "The Art of the Accident," 1998.
Fax interview with Humberto Maturana by Arjen Mulder, published in "The Art of the Accident" (1998).
Essay by Otto E. Rössler, published in "The Art of the Accident," 1998.
Interview with activist, artist and inventor Steve Mann, by Arjen Mulder, published in "The Art of the Accident," 1998.
Essay in the form of statements by Marcos Novak, for the publication The Art of the Accident, 1998.