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V2_ at LIMA online

An online presentation in which Arie Altena and Florian Weigl discuss how the history of V2_ can inform and inspire future activities of V2_. Part of a series on 'A Critical History of Media Art in the Netherlands'.

20
 
May 2020
 
20:00 to 21:00
location: LIMA online channel

On the occasion of the release of the new publication A Critical History of Media Art in the Netherlands. Platforms, Policies, Technologies, edited by Sanneke Huisman and Marga van Mechelen, and with a beautiful design by Mind Design, Jap Sam Books and LIMA present a series of (online) events, made possible with the support of the AFK.

From May 18-22 the online program including works of art and (historical) documentation from the collections of STEIM, LIMA, V2_ and IMPAKT can be followed via LIMA’s YouTube channel. The content will be livestreamed and will remain available on the channel. bit.ly/LIMAchannel

Monday May 18, 20h00 CET- STEIM
Tuesday May 19, 20h00 CET - LIMA
Wednesday May 20, 20h00 CET - V2_
Thursday May 21, 20h00 CET - IMPAKT

On Wednesday May 20th V2_'s Arie Altena and Florian Weigl discuss how the history of V2_ can inform and inspire future activities of V2_.

 

 

A Critical History of Media Art in the Netherlands: Platforms, Policies, Technologies edited by Marga van Mechelen and Sanneke Huisman and published by Jap Sam, offers an in-depth exploration of Dutch media art from 1985 onwards from many different perspectives. Through early access to the Internet, state subsidies and dedicated institutions and festivals, a vivid counter-cultural environment and a cosmopolitan artistic and intellectual scene the Netherlands hold a unique position in regards to the development of media art.

For this book Arie Altena contributed a chapter on the role of V2_, which is the starting point for the online presentation on May 20th. Sanneke Huisman is the host of the evening.

More info via www.japsambooks.nl/blogs/news/18-21-05-2020-online-events-by-jap-sam-books-and-lima

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