We are very proud to introduce the team of engineers, designers and collaborators who will work on the development of Protei 006 during summer 2011, here at V2_Lab.
Digital media artist-designer, theorist and curator Valérie Lamontagne — presently doing a 4 month PhD stage on "Performativity, Materiality and Laboratory Practices in Artistic Wearables" at V2_ — recently interviewed V2_Lab’s Piem Wirtz, for Fashioning Technology.
From the beginning of Herman Asselberghs’s project 'Dear Steve', a video letter to Steve Jobs in which a MacBook Pro is taken apart, the artist wanted to make an installation out of the laptop’s components. He called it 'P.S.': A Postscript to Steve Jobs. In P.S., the viewer sees the MacBook Pro’s parts displayed in hundreds of small clear plastic bags hanging from the ceiling.
V2_ supports Protei, the Open-Hardware-Oil-Spill-Cleaning-Sailing-Robot. You can back this project by sailing to Kickstarter.com, “the worlds largest funding platform for creative projects".
The Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) is a new international, online, Open Access and peer-reviewed journal for the identification, publication and dissemination of artistic research and its methodologies.
The interaction design symposium. 23rd June 2011, Shoreditch House, London, UK.
Millions all over the world witnessed the spectacular show of the Black Eyed Peas during the halftime entertainment of the Super Bowl 2011. The costume Fergie was wearing is designed by Anouk Wipprecht and 'Stylist of the Stars' B. Akerlund.
The Intimacy project by Studio Roosegaarde, Maartje Dijkstra, Anouk Wipprecht and V2_Lab is the main feature of the traveling exhibition "Futuro Textiles" that combines science, technology and art on textiles.
Transmediale is on (February 1-6) and V2_ has lots to present; installations, books and a complete new Agency... we think you should not miss out on these events when you are in Berlin.
Valerie Lamontagne will be at V2_ for a 4 months stage to do research for her PhD.
It's my first week at V2_ in my role as Curator, and this morning I introduced myself to the team at our weekly staff meeting.
The book, Sentient City, is published by MIT Press and edited by Mark Shepard himself.
The E-Textile Workspace of November 30th 2010 was organized around the subject of "Wearable Spaces". The schedule for the evening consisted of a discussion, a presentation of Nicky Assmann’s final exam project and time to discuss the participants’ own projects.
Anouk Wipprecht, Jane Tingley and Marius Kintel created Daredroid, a cocktail making dress based on the technology of Pseudomorphs, for the Roboexotica festival: the worlds first (and therefore leading) festival for cocktail robotics.
The sports stadium as augmented reality arena
'Scream for culture' script installed in more than 60 websites and reached more than 18.000 people.
The 21st of October 2010, the E-Textile group chose 'transformational garments' as starting point for discussion. Where the topic can be interpreted very literally, in the sense of transforming the shape of a wearable piece, the discussion evolved swiftly towards the question how transformation affects our body and mind.
Take part in this exciting workshop to get a chance at showing your video work in the "Palm Top Theater Exhibition", part of the International Film Festival Rotterdam 2011.
Over the past few months, V2_Lab’s Simon de Bakker has developed software for Nicola Unger’s audio performance First Person Plural, an intriguing theatrical experience that will be performed on December 3 and 4 at the Rotterdamse Schouwburg.
The planned cuts to arts and culture are totally out of balance!