V2_events during 2004
The conference Understanding New Media Art and Research adressed the beginning and meaning of interdisciplinary research projects in the field of electronic art, as well as experiences of active media practice.
Kurort / DAMPF Research Lab #3 was an expert meeting in 2004.
Shooting Gallery, The Stalker Stalked was an exhibition curated by V2_ during the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2004.
In the context of the MuseumNacht, the museum night of Rotterdam, V2_ opens its doors for a spectacular live performance Survival Training by the Berlin based artist Frank Werner.
A two-day electronic media arts and culture gathering in and around the city of Novi Sad, Serbia, organized in cooperation with V2_.
"Understanding Media Theory: Language, Image, Sound, Behavior" by essayist Arjen Mulder is a clear and accessible introduction to media theory.
A seminar on Free, Libre, Open Source Software and design.
At the crest of rapid economic growth, China has enjoyed a parallel advancement in the digital realm, deploying the latest development in communication technologies and nurturing vast opportunities for both artistic creation and social progress. ...
A symposium organized around the issues debated in the "Under Fire" forum. A project by visual artist and media theorist Jordan Crandall.
"Free Bitflows" was a conference-exhibition in Vienna, Austria. Its theme focused on information, access, and commons.
An exhibition of "Kurort" by Angelika Oei and René Verouden: a collection of interconnected spaces designed for a unique interactive experience.
Two music programs at DEAF04
Program of seminars and expert meetings at DEAF04.
DEAF04 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - Affective Turbulence: The Art of Open Systems
The DEAF04 exhibition was part of the 2004 Dutch Electronic Art Festival, with the theme "Affective Turbulence".
Workshop at DEAF04.
During DEAF04 the game Codex Kodanksi was played on the streets of Rotterdam.
Program of workshops at DEAF04.
An exhibition of works of Lars Spuybroek during DEAF04.
A lecture by Lars Spuybroek.