V2_ organizes public programs ranging from exhibitions to workshops, presentations, and community events. These V2_events showcase the most exciting developments in the field of art and technology, present V2_'s research and development, and function as a platform for debate. V2_'s events offer artists opportunities to present new work to our audience and to exchange ideas with other artists, researchers and technicians. Besides events that take place at V2_'s venue in Rotterdam, V2_ also organizes events at parter institutes and participates in international festivals and symposiums.
The Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge (EIPK) presents an afternoon workshop ‘The Politics of Debt’ at V2_.
During the International Film Festival Rotterdam V2_ will show works by Keith Piper and Tirzo Martha.
Intersections is held in the Van Nelle Fabriek and is part of Art Rotterdam. V2_ will show installations by Teun Vonk and Max Dovey.
The workshop provides the tools to build a project based on the use of real-time multimedia (digital sets, audio-visual performances, interactive installations, etc.)
A diverse collection of museums and cultural initiatives in Rotterdam open their doors on Saturday night 4 March, from 20:00 till 01:00. V2_ shows Jardins d'Été by Quayola.
For the third consecutive time the students of the Minor Arts & Interaction of the AKV | St.Joost show their work at V2_ and Worm. The title of this years exhibition is 'Frisbee'.
On Thursday December 15 we present the closing event of our exhibition ‘The Gig Is Up: How New Technologies Are Reshaping The Future Of Work’.
Artist Constant Dullaart will create three new experiments in our 3x3 series. This is his third 3x3 installment.
The Gig is Up is an exhibition about cloud workers and forms of distributed and outsourced labour: the so-called ‘gig economy’.
On November 24 we celebrate the opening of our exhibition ‘The Gig is Up - How New Technologies Are Reshaping the Future of Work’. Everyone is welcome to join us in the celebration.
I’m that angel is a cycle of writings and performances by Tyler Coburn that explore the conditions of how we work on and against the computer, narrated from the perspective of a “content farmer”.
Once again it is time for a Community Meetup at the versatile and everchanging groundfloor of V2_Lab for the Unstable Media.
The 'Cloud Labour Night' looks behind the shiny surface of platform capitalism produced by Silicon Valley’s powerful ideology machines and their local offshoots. What’s the cost of the gig economy’s promised flexibility, and who’s paying it?