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In a short lecture, Renzo Martens will provide an in-depth look at the workflow behind the chocolate sculptures that are sold through the Institute for Human Activities pop-up store at V2_. More info >
Bio Nat Muller
"Feelings Are Always Local" analyzes the ways in which networks organize, expand and rearrange themselves from the inside out.
Descriptions of works by Chris Cunningham and Time's Up which were shown during DEAF04, taken from ...
Descriptions of various cinematic projects shown during DEAF04, taken from "Feelings Are Always ...
Descriptions of three projects shown at DEAF04, taken from "Feelings Are Always Local" (2004).
Descriptions of Luke Jerram's "Tide" and of Seiko Mikami's and Sota ichikawa's "Gravicells".
Introduction by Arjen Mulder and Joke Brouwer to the publication "Feelings Are Always Local" (2004).
Project descriptions of various works shown at DEAF04, from "Feelings Are Always Local".
Descriptions of various projects shown during DEAF04, taken from "Feelings Are Always Local".
DEAF04 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - Affective Turbulence: The Art of Open Systems
Description of the projects M.U.S.H., by Eleonore Hellio and Joachim Montessuis; and DEVMAP by ...
The DEAF04 exhibition was part of the 2004 Dutch Electronic Art Festival, with the theme "Affective ...
In "From Image to Interaction," Arjen Mulder traces evolutionary lines in the fine art of the past ...
The symposium of DEAF04.
Nat Muller (NL) is an independent curator and critic based between Rotterdam and the Middle East.
Arjun Appadurai (US) is a socio-cultural anthropologist.
Book launch of the second Mag.Net Reader at DEAF07.
"Making Art of Databases" is a series of essays on experiments deploying databases in interactive, ...