Interactive installations, new media artworks, projects developed by
V2_, software, soundworks, videos and other artworks and products of
research related to V2_. Also included are works shown at exhibitions curated by V2_.
Cafe9.net was a collaborative project between the nine Cities of Culture for the Year 2000.
Dance video by John Greyson (camera) and Joe Laughlin (choreography), shown as part of the Evening of ... Sara Diamond.
Video by Meena Nanji, shown in the DEAF00 program The Evening of ... Sara Diamond.
Nato is a collection of Max objects used for live video art.
The Strob-Optical Machine is a work and performance by Bruce McClure.
"#19" is a light installation by Joost Rekveld.
Work by Norbert Schliewe, combining the Nipkow disc and the phonograph.
"Atom Town: Life After Technology" (2011) is a film by Gair Dunlop.
"Phase IV" (1974) by Saul Bass is a science-fiction film.
"BIT Plane" (1997-1998) by the Bureau of Inverse Technology (BIT) is a miniature aerial observation and recording unit.
A web project and exhibition developed during DEAF00 (2000).
"Be Now Here (Welcome To The Neighborhood)" (1995) is an immersive installation by Michael Naimark allowing to visit public plazas on the UNESCO World Heritage Centre's list of endangered places.
"Indigestion" (1995) is an interactive installation by Diller & Scofidio.
"The Dream Machine" (1997) is a networked project by MIT's Interactive Cinema Group.
"The Invisible Shape of Things Past" (1995-) by ART+COM are parametric translations of movies into space.
"Victory Garden" (1992) by Stuart Moulthrop: the hypertext classic.
"Idea Futures" by Robin Hanson is a collection of ideas in the WWW, a betting market on important questions in science and technology.
"The Clue: A MiniMystery" (1991) is a kinetic poem by Robert Kendall.
"The Web Stalker" (1997-1998) is a software project by I/O/D that generates a deep level re-visualisation of data-space.
"Heritage Gold 1.0" (1998) is a software project by Mongrel that alters your racial features.