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_.
'Perpetual Self Dis-Infecting Machine' (2004) is a software work by 0100101110101101.org.
'One Word Movie' is an on-line platform which organizes, based on user-supplied terms, the flood of images on the Internet into an animated film. A word turns into images, images turn into a movie. It was shown at DEAF04.
"Civilization IV - Age of Empire" is an art game realized by Eastwood, presented in 2004.
"Rotor" (2005), a live cinema piece by Boris and Brecht Debackere.
"n-Cha(n)t" (2001) is an installation by David Rokeby. It was part of the exhibition of DEAF04.
"Si Poteris Narrare, Licet" is the first iCinema-movie. It was made by Jean Michel Bruyere (FR/SN) and shown at DEAF04.
"Perm" is an interactive abstract film by Ulf Langheinrich. It was shown as part of the iCinema program of DEAF04.
"Bitmirror" (2004) is a work by Tobias Grewenig. It was part of the DEAF04 exhibition.
The Bar Bot (2004) is a fully automated robot waiter, an art work by Time's Up it was shown during DEAF04.
'All is Full of Love' (1998) is a music video by Chris Cunningham. It was part of the DEAF04 exhibition.
Website for the archive of V2_, which was accessible at archive.v2.nl from 2003 till 2010.
"The Graphic Method Bicycle" (1979), in Dutch "Grafische Methode Fiets" is a performance conceived by Dick Raaymakers. It was performed first in 1979.
P.S. (2011) is an installation by Herman Asselberghs and Fairuz, using the parts of the laptop which was disassembled in the video "Dear Steve" (2010).
"Improvisation Technologies - A Tool for the Analytical Dance Eye" (1993-1999) is a CD-ROM, commissioned by the ZKM, and co-developed by Christian Ziegler for William Forsythe's Frankfurter Ballett.
"S.I.N (Zone I)" (1995) by Marc Marc is a 'determinating sonic sculpture'.
'Lessons in Modesty' (1995) is a feature film by Stefaan Decostere, also known under its Dutch title 'Lessen in bescheidenheid'.
"The File Room" (1994) by Antonio Muntadas is one of the earliest online media art works.
A virtual world inhabited by user generated artificial life forms. The project was launched as a website by Jane Prophet and Gordon Selley in 1995.
A WWW project by the Future Sound of London, presented at DEAF95, by the developer Jeremy Quinn.
A 1985 project by Horst Rickels and Elvira Wersche.