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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 Ingo Günther
Collection of essays from all kinds of disciplines that study archives in a paleontological, cultural, political, sociological, historical, neurological or artistic context.
Ingo Günther (DE) is an artist and journalist.
"Worldprocessor" (1988-2002) are illuminated thematic globes, a project by Ingo Günther. It was ...
Report by Yvette van Nierop and Martijn Stevens about the DEAF03 symposium.
Information is Alive was the symposium at DEAF03.
A conference on electronic networks and politics, consisting of three subevents: a presentation of ...
"Personal Records" (2003) is a short article by Sandra Fauconnier about "Exactitudes" and ...
Herwig Weiser (AT) makes intriguing machines he calls 'analog sculptural processes'.
Introduction by Arjen Mulder and Joke Brouwer for the publication "Information is Alive" (2003).
Extended biogaphy of Sadie Plant by Yvette van Nierop for the DEAF03 symposium.
Jeffrey Shaw (AU) has pioneered the use of interactivity and virtuality in his installations as ...
Sadie Plant (UK) is an author and philosopher.
Extended biography of Arjun Appadurai by Yvette van Nierop for DEAF03.
George Dyson (US) is a historian.
The DEN Foundation (Digitaal Erfgoed Nederland / Digital Heritage Netherlands) is the Dutch ...
Lev Manovich (RU/US) believes that software takes command.
Paul N. Edwards (US) is a researcher exploring the history, politics, and cultural aspects of ...