This program was the successor of 220V Klankpark (1994) in the 220V series and would be followed by 220V Robotics in 1997.
During the opening of the installation, there was a special performance
by the Dutch artist Arthur Elsenaar. The sounds of a radiostation
controlled the muscles which determined Elsenaar's facial
expressions in the work Ontvanger.
The Electro Clips program also featured Interfacing Realities, a conference about architecture and interfaces.
During 220V Electro Clips, in August 1995, Christian Möller presented his installation The Party Effect in Rotterdam's Museumpark.