V2_ Lab Show

The V2_ Lab Show celebrates the work of V2_Lab by highlighting a selection of exemplary results from its recent history. Featuring: Studio Roosegaarde, Marnix de Nijs, Open_Sailing, Cecilia Jonsson, Nicky Assmann, Paul Cox & Toine Horvers, Jon Stam & Simon de Bakker, Carolien Teunisse & Bram Snijders.

8
 
Nov 2013
 - 
23
 
Nov 2013
 
13:00 to 18:00
location: V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media, Eendrachtsstraat 10, Rotterdam

7 November: Opening, from 17:00

8 – 23 November: Wednesday – Saturday, 13:00 – 18:00.

The V2_ Lab Show celebrates the work of V2_Lab by highlighting a selection of exemplary results from its recent history. These results range from artist-in-residency projects and output from its talent development program to artist commissions and spin-off from its technical research. The selected projects reveal a concise overview of the artistic themes, variety in output, and different types of collaborations emerging from V2_Lab.

Featuring works by: Studio Roosegaarde | Marnix de Nijs | Open_Sailing | Cecilia Jonsson | Nicky Assmann | Paul Cox & Toine Horvers | Jon Stam & Simon de Bakker | Carolien Teunisse & Bram Snijders.

The groundfloor of V2_’s building on the Eendrachtsstraat in Rotterdam has been recently transformed into the new V2_Lab space. As part of this reconstruction a new mezzanine was installed and the wall of the groundfloor was opened up with two large windows, providing a view to the inside from street level. The V2_ Lab Show inaugurates this new space that opens up V2_Lab for a wide audience.
 
Founded in 1997, V2_Lab has initiated and supported the production of artistic projects that interrogate and illuminate contemporary issues in art, science, technology, and society. The mission of V2_Lab is to be an autonomous zone where experiments and collaborations can take place outside of the constraints of innovation agendas or economic and political imperatives. It is internationally recognized for its pioneering role in the hybrid field of ‘electronic arts’ and over the course of its 15-year history has developed into a significant center of excellence in artistic research and development.

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