H.I.T. (2016) is a work by Max Dovey and Manetta Berends.
Internet Machine (2014) an audiovisual triptych by Timo Arnall about the invisible infrastructure of the internet.
Exhausting a Crowd - Netherlands (2015) is a work by Kyle McDonald.
Nesting Cycle (2015) is a work by PWR Studio (Hannah Nilsson and Rasmus Svensson).
Opening the Books (2016) in an artistic intervention by Informal Strategies (Geert van Mil and Doris Denekamp).
I Cannot Not Communicate (2015) is a collection of 100 books recommended by online bookseller Amazon for the artist, Martin John Callanan.
What can big data tell us about the character of an iconic street? On Broadway (2015) is a work by Lev Manovich, developed in collaboration with Daniel Goddemeyer, Moritz Stefaner, and Dominikus Baur.
Habitáculos Orgánicos is a project by Gabriela Munguía that explores the poetic possibilities of building structures and architectures for micro-organisms.
Construction in Time and Place is the 2015 Summer Sessions residency research project of Teun Vonk which he developed at Chronus Art Center, Shanghai.
'A Hipster Bar' is an installation by Max Dovey, realized as part of a Summer Sessions residency in 2015.
WOOF & WOW is a project by Gaspard Bos and Charlot Boonekamp.
THe Life of a Mayfly is a work by Chin Chi-Ping, developed during a 2015 Summer Sessions residency.
Union Scope is a work by Fako Berkers. It was developed during a Summer Sessions residency at V2_ in 2015.
'On the Verge' is a work by Fanny Hagmeier.
the 'mycoremediating biodegradable closed ecological system' is a work by Jos Volkers.
"Olfactoric Nervous System" is an interactive smell installation by Erik Hobijn, shown at V2_ in 1995.
"Analog Sun Tracking" (2013) by Johannes Langkamp follows the movement of the sun through a 24 hours time-lapse video.
The D.I.Y. Surgery Robot by Frank Kolkman is part of his OpenSurgery project.
Maximum Power II (2015) is an installation by Bastian Hoffmann
'Trojan Offices' is an installation by Dries Depoorter that explores the beauty and complexity of technology, and provides a glimpse into unsuspecting coffeepots and offices all over the world.