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The experience of a JET LAG

Report by Lydia van Veen on the preformance JET LAG (1998) by Diller + Scofidio.

Wiretap 4.11 - The Art of the Accident

This month the Wiretap was dedicated to the theme of the festival: 'The Art of the Accident'. It was the conclusive program of DEAF98 where there was room for ...

Wiretap 3.02 - a report

Wiretap 3.02: Radio & Internet: a workshop report by Andreas Broeckmann (1997).

Wiretap 3.02 - Radio & Internet

Wiretap 3.02 was a week-long research workshop with radiomakers and Internet workers from the Netherlands and from republics of the former Yugoslavia. On the ...

DEAF04 Conferences

Program of seminars and expert meetings at DEAF04.

Wiretap 6.07 - Time-Based Space

A program on the relation of space in time: architecture as movement, interactions between virtual and real spaces, and the transformation of space through ...

Wiretap 2.09 - 'Webbed Workspaces and Artist Programmers'.

Part of DEAF96, this Wiretap presented projects by Michael Century, Margarete Jahrmann, Stuart Rosenberg, Bill Seaman/Gideon May, Walter van der Cruijssen, and ...

Poortgebouw - Open Action Cafe

A DEAF04 related program at the Poortgebouw in Rotterdam.

Blowup: Every Artist, A Journalist

This edition of Blowup will examine the tension between documentary methods and artistic expression, and address where notions of truth and beauty fit in this ...

Test_Lab: Summer Sessions 2011

New artworks by Kasia Molga, Julie Legault, Xiaowen Zhu, E-textile Workspace, Jelle Valk and Olav Huizer, developed at V2_ during this year's Summer Sessions. ...

N5M2

Download PDF - event program N5M2 (1996).

Wiretap 3.08 - 220V Robotic Conference

With presentations by Karin Spaink (NL), Joseph Michael (UK) and Chico MacMurtrie (US) from Amorphic Robot Works.

Wiretap 3.04 - Virtual Worlds

Kathy Rae Huffman (USA), Karel Dudesek (D) and other artists present a variety of virtual environments and discuss the implications of 'living online'. The ...

Wireless Taps and Short Wave Commotions

Wireless Taps & Short Wave Commotions was an exchange project between Riga (Latvia) and Rotterdam, consisting of a workshop, a party and a presentation.

Test_Lab: The Graduation Edition

In this edition of Test_Lab we celebrate the graduation of a selection of freshly graduated media artists from European art and design academies as well as the ...

Exhibition: Paper Moon

Paper Moon is an installation made by Ilona Gaynor and Craig Sinnamon. It's on show at V2_ from Friday 13 December till Friday January 10 2014.

Wiretap 6.06 - Designing Time

A program with Ianus Keller (NL), Adam Hyde (NZ/NL) and "The Frequency Clock" project, and Bob Ostertag (USA) with "Yugoslavia Suite." Moderated by Andreas ...

About Atau Tanaka

An article by Jennifer Leonard, on the "Global String" project, and the artist Atau Tanaka.

Wiretap 6.03 - Time Collisions

With presentations by Robert Neunteufel (A), Joel Ryan (USA/NL) and Granular Synthesis/Ulf Langheinrich (A). Moderated by Caroline Nevejan (NL).

Zero Gravity

Lecture by Michael Benson during Wiretap 6.11 (2000).

What to do without resistance?

An Afternoon in Zero Gravity. Report by Nadia Palliser about Wiretap 6.11 (2000).

V2_authors received AICA Certificate

On March 19, authors Arjen Mulder and Joke Brouwer received the AICA Certificate for "Dick Raaijmakers: A Monograph."

ATACD colloquium

The second colloquium for the project "A Topological Approach to Cultural Dynamics (ATACD)," initiated by Goldsmiths University of London, on Evolution, ...

Captured

Concert, opening of DEAF94 (1994).

CREATIVITY 2.0

CREATIVITY 2.0 - Rotterdam satellite of the 2nd Chinese Bloggers Conference, links the worlds of blogging between Europe, Asia and beyond in a live and online ...

DEAF98 Exhibition

The DEAF98 exhibition was entitled" The Art of the Accident".

DEAF98 Open Territories

Presentation of various media art projects at DEAF98.

DEAF98 Symposium

Symposium of DEAF98 about "The Art of the Accident".

Emotional Rescue Through Media

In a world over-saturated with data and virtuality, is emotional rescue possible through physical media? “Het Wilde Weten” invited the public to an evening of ...

Exploding Television: Tea Time TV

On 26 January 1926, television pioneer John Logie Baird gave a first successful public demonstration of image transmission. Eighty years later, the ...
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