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_.
"Nephology 1: Cloud Maker" (2012) is a work by Karolina Sobecka.
HATERS TV - The Haters mastering gravity.
"Obstruction" (2012) is a work-in-progress by Po-Ting Lee, in collaboration with Maartje Dijkstra.
"The One-Way Ticket" (2012) is a multi-media installation by Joseph Popper: a proposition to send one person on a voyage into deep space from where they will not return.
A videoinstallation by Orlan (FR), presented in 1993.
'Telematic Dreaming' (1992) is an interactive installation by Paul Sermon.
"Soft Sell" (1993) is a video installation by Liz Diller and Ricardo Scofidio.
'Delusions of Self-immolation' by Erik Hobijn is an interactive installation using fire. It was shown in the 1993 exhibition 'The Body in Ruin'.
Gadget (1993) as a Japanse adventure game, issued on CD-rom.
"The Meeting Point - so far and yet so close, so close and yet so far" (1994-1997), an interactive installation by Dutch artist Hermen Maat.
'Openbare Televisie Skulptuur' is a work by Jaap de Jonge from 1995.
Culturecab (or Culture Cab) is an extension of Plone. It is a CMS developed by V2_, specifically to run websites of smaller cultural organizations which also keep an archive of their activities.
Website to promote the software package Culturecab, built on Plone.
Intimacy Black (2010) by Anouk Wipprecht and Daan Roosegaarde is the second dress of the Intimacy-series.
Intimacy (2010-) is a series of e-fashion pieces by Daan Roosegaarde (NL).
'Intimacy White' (2009) is a fashion project by Daan Roosegaarde, V2_Lab and Maartje Dijkstra about the relation between intimacy and technology.
The Bar Code Interpreter (2001), developed by V2_lab allows other (electrical) devices to respond directly to any bar codes.
"Utility Pets" (2004) by Elio Caccavale, is a series of speculative products investigating the ethical consequences of xenotransplantation.
"Submersive Cinema" is a work by Graham Smith.
"VOID: a stereo endoscopy into a black-box" is a work by Sandro Canavezzi de Abreu.