'The Era of Objects' is the third in a series of Blowup readers. It collects several essays exploring the future of objects, beyond the clichéd fantasy of the flying car. (Free Download)
Every Artist, a Journalist is the second Blowup Reader. It collects texts on the subject of art as a form of journalism. (Free Download)
A small book for the V2_Lab Show of 2013, celebrating works produced in collaboration with V2_Lab. With an introductory essay and descriptions of the exhibited works.
'Wild Things' is the first in a series of Blowup readers. It collects several essays on the subject of media art for animals. (Free Download)
'Show Me the Money', part of the series of Blowup readers, collects several texts which explore the relation between money, value and culture. (Free Download)
The ebook 'Innovation in Extreme Scenarios' is the result of a week-long booksprint which took place in Aalborg at the end of November 2013.
We Are All Crew is the fourth Blowup Reader. It was edited on occasion of the centenary of Marshall McLuhan's birth and the Blowup event at V2_.
New Aesthetic New Anxieties is the result of a five day Book Sprint organized by Michelle Kasprzak and led by Adam Hyde at V2_ from June 17–21, 2012. (Free Download)
In this eBook, a range of specially-commissioned and previously published pieces have been collected which investigate how the exploration of outer space has inspired and challenged artists, designers, thinkers, and the general public. (Free ...
'Speculative Realities', part of the series of Blowup readers, collects several text and interviews connected to the Speculative Realities exhibition of 2012. (Free Download)
V2_ presents an e-book about the art project 'The Iron Ring' by Cecilia Jonsson. With an extensive visual essay reporting on the seven chronological steps that were required to create an iron ring out of 24kg of grass harvested from the acidic river ...
(e-Book) What are the ethical, aesthetic and political stakes in understanding a world view in which humans are no longer at the centre?