An incomplete overview of media attention for DEAF2014.
Michel van Dartel talks about V2_ in Halle.
These are the artists who have been selected for a Summer Sessions residency in 2014.
V2_ participates in the Kunstblock Tour, an exciting, accessible, organized visit to the various art venues in and around the Witte de Withstraat in Rotterdam.
Here's an overview of some of the media attention for the 2014 DEAF Biennial.
IDEAbooks – who also sell and distribute Kees Tazelaar's 'On the Threshold of Beauty' has added a nice book-video for this publication.
This is the complete press release for the Thingworld exhibition in Beijing in which V2_ participates.
If you want to read about the activities of V2_ in 2013, you can now download a PDF of the annual report. Please note: the text is in Dutch.
A new book on why art is made, the genetic drive to create, and non-pecuniary values. Forthcoming in May 2014.
A premiere of 8 short horror movies and a festive presentation of the new version of the music software Watch that Sound.
The Turtle 1 exhibition at V2_ was mentioned on news sites in Ghana after the expert meeting and the Museum Night presentation.
Het Nieuwe Instituut is the lead partner and main location for DEAF in 2014.
V2's Michelle Kasprzak will give a presentation on 'Innovation in Extreme Scenario's' at the Oxford Futures Forum 2014.
A new collection of texts by Arjen Mulder: Wat is leven. Queeste van een bioloog. Available from February 18th on.
The call for the Summer Sessions 2014 is on. Deadline for application is extended till May 26.
A lecture by Kees Tazelaar at the Museum Boerhave.
During the International Film Festival a special Vertical Cinema workshop is organised by Sonic Acts in cooperation with Piet Zwart Institute and Filmwerkplaats Rotterdam. On Friday 24 January workshop will be hosted by V2_.
DEAF 2014 will take place in Rotterdam, festival from 21 – 25 May, exhibition 21 May – 9 June 2014.
On Monday 27 January Kees Tazelaar presents his book On the Threshold of Beauty at Club Transmediale in Berlin.
Zbigniew Karkowski, Polish composer and musician who broke many barriers between classical music, avant-garde, electronics and noise, died of cancer in the Peruvian jungle.