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_.
The projects "Coin Flipper" and "The Buttons" by Dot Mancando are mechanical devices which investigate randomness vs control.
"Three Sirens" (1992-) is a self learning robo rock band by Nicolas Anatol Baginsky.
"The Information Age" (1997), a CD-ROM and web project by Jutta Kirchgeorg.
An interactive installation (1995) by Naoko Tosa which reacts to the emotions and voice intonations of the visitors.
The Capturing Unstable Media Conceptual Model (CMCM) is an ontology developed for the Capturing Unstable Media project in 2004.
"Demedusator" (1998) is a webproject by Zoltán Szegedy-Maszák (H) and Márton Fernezelyi (H).
"Havendam" was an internet project by Kit Blake and Paul Boots.
"Worlds Within" (1996) is an online 3D multi-user communication environment by Karel Dudesek and Van Gogh TV.
"The Known Unknowns" is an installation about randomness by Steffen Fiedler & Jonas Loh.
"Street/Appropriation/Struggle" by STEALTH.[u]ltd transports and amplifies a surrounding real environment into a digital simulation.
"Sound/Light/Street" is an installation by Edwin van der Heide.
"Lightframe" (2011) is a light project by Lyoudmilla Milanova.
TICS [THIS INAUDIBLE CITY SOUNDS: Reading through Pamuk's Istanbul] is an audiovisual project by mxHz.org
"Avluda | In The Courtyard" (2002) is a video work by Cevdet Erek.
"Burnstation" (2003-) by Platoniq is a public space installation and action for a free audio culture.
"Diskohedron" is a reactive light installation by Philipp Lammer, Selena Savic and Gordon Savičić.
"Back, here below, formidable" (2011) by Marguerite Humeau is an installation from the "Vocal Tracts" series.
"Prototypes for Hermit Crab Shells" (2001) is a work by Amy Youngs & Matt Derksen.
"Holodeck for House Crickets" (2005) by Amy Youngs is a virtual environment for crickets.
"Gilgamesh for Apes" (2008) by Wilfried Hou Je Bek is the translation of the oldest known story for apes.