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'.
A pop-up exhibition at Ars Electronic in Linz with works developed during Summer Sessions residencies.
ARTIFICIAL is an exhibition with work from the Media Technology MSc in Leiden.
The exhibition Data in the 21st Century explores the friction between the unpredictable reality that we live in and the desire to capture it in data.
A weekend-long exhibition of works made by students of the Minor Art & Interaction of the Arts Academy St. Joost.
Exhibition of new work developed during the Summer Sessions residencies at V2_.
A Summer Sessions pop-up exhibition at Ars Electronica 2015, with work developed during a Summer Session residency. Featuring Johannes Langkamp, Roel Roscam Abbing, Máté Pacsika and Carina Hesper.
A programme by the D2RP studio from the Hyperbody Robotic Building of TU Delft at V2_, with a workshop, presentations and exhibition.
Exhibition of work made by MSc students of Media Technology in Leiden. The theme this year is 'Integrity'.
V2_ hosts the special pop-up store of the Institute for Human Activities, an initiative by Renzo Martens.
Julien Maire's 'Relief' (2014) is on show at V2_ during the IFFR 2015.
A two-day exhibition. Nine students of the Willem de Kooning's Digital Craft program present new work: objects to inspire and make us wonder and reflect on our relationship with electronic, networked and digital media.
A one day show of works made by students of the minor Art & Technology of the AKV|St. Joost.
Exhibition of new works developed during the Summer Sessions 2014.
Eleven first-year students of the Master Media Design of the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam show their interpretations of William Morris "News from Nowhere" in the form of eleven media projects.
Thingworld is the International Triennial of New Media Art in Beijing. V2_ presents three works in the exhibition.
Blueprints for the Unknown investigates the gap between the promises of engineering biology and the complex and conflicted world we live in. The exhibition is on show at V2_ during DEAF2014.
DEAF2014’s thematic exhibition The Progress Trap showcases artistic responses to the lure of technological innovation, how it feels to be trapped by this relentless pursuit of progress, and how to escape it.
Willem de Kooning Academy and the Piet Zwart Institute (Networked Media Department) present 'In Progress'. The exhibition questions innovation in relation to the notions of artistic process and research based progress.
Exhibition of Melle Smets' & Joost van Onna's Turtle 1: The Sequel at V2_