V2_ events during 1997
Wiretap 3.02 was a week-long research workshop with radiomakers and Internet workers from the Netherlands and from republics of the former Yugoslavia. On the last day, a live-production session was broadcasted on the Internet and rebroadcast live by ...
Exhibition in the context of "Digital Bridges - Russian Media Art from St. Petersburg."
Russian Media Art from St. Petersburg in Rotterdam.
The opening performance of the Postinformation Exhibition, in the context of the "Digital Bridges" event.
A workshop about the artistic possibilities of the Internet, Russian net.art and possible applications of teleconferencing.
A net performance by Alla Mitrofanova and Olga Suslova (RUS).
A symposium about the utopian concept of a 'post-information society,' with Alla Mitrofanova (RUS), Olga Suslova (RUS), Dimitrij Pilikin (RUS) and Irina Aktuganova (RUS).
Kathy Rae Huffman (USA), Karel Dudesek (D) and other artists present a variety of virtual environments and discuss the implications of 'living online'. The audience will have ample opportunity to explore the different online-VR worlds on several ...
An evening with Mark Dery (US) and Marcel Möring (NL), and the screening of "Pandaemonium" by John Wyver/Illuminations.
The program series "Machine Aesthetics" reflect on the possibility of a new aesthetics of the machine. Does digital technology make it possible for the machine to develop aesthetic behavior, to create art, and to become an autonomous agent? How can ...
The exhibition, part of the Machine Aesthetics event.
Artists workshop about the use of machines in art, and about a potential aesthetics of the machinic. With Knowbotic Research (D), Daniela Plewe (D), Pit Schultz (D), and other artists.
A program with presentations by Eric Kluitenberg, Nicolas Anatol Baginsky and Christan Hübler (Knowbotic Research), and the performances "Three Sirens" by Nicolas A. Baginsky and "Vinyl Video" by Gebhard Sengmüller.
Seminar about the theory and practice of contemporary media art in the context of the program series "Machine Aesthetics" (1997).
The "Deep Europe" workshop took place at the Hybrid WorkSpace of Documenta X in Kassel, where the V2_East/Syndicate workshop ran. people missing
With presentations by Karin Spaink (NL), Joseph Michael (UK) and Chico MacMurtrie (US) from Amorphic Robot Works.
The third program in the 220V series, "220V Robotics" discussed robotics as its central theme, and included an exhibition and a Wiretap-conference.
An exhibition of 42 robots by the American collective Amorphic Robot Works, shown in the context of the "220V Robotics" event.
This Wiretap program on artists, musicians and machines featured Felix Hess (NL), Joost Rekveld (NL), Peter Duimelinks (NL)/Geert Mul (NL), and Ad van Buuren (NL).
A conference cycle organized by Virtual Platform "Towards a European Media Culture: From Practice to Policy."