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_.
"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.
"National Heritage" (1997) is a collaborative networked project by Mongrel.
"TerraVision" (1994) is a networked virtual earth representation by ART+COM.
"Agrippa - A Book of The Dead" (1992) by William Gibson is a dual-unit artwork that destroys itself after while reading.
"afternoon" (1987-1990) by Michael Joyce is the archetypal hypertext book.
"Artificial Paradises" (short ap02) is a code by Martin Howse, developed in 2002.
'Black Hole Radio' (1992) is an installation by Jem Cohen.
"EAT IT! City Simulator" (2010) is a game about urban planning by Selena Savic.
"MARS Bag" (1998) is a new Theremin-based product from MARS lab. It is a bag filled with content. It is a communicator.
"The Negative River" or T.N.R. (1996) was a collaborative internet project by Károly Tóth (H/NL).
"Fugitive" (1995-1997) is an interactive artwork by Simon Penny, interpreting bodily movement as 'mood.'
"Aeriology" (1995) is an electromagnetic installation by Joyce Hinterding.