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Spotlight: Euphoria & Dystopia

A book presentation during DEAF2012.

Show Me the Money (Blowup Reader 5)

'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)

Au Milieu du Monde

For three evenings in August, DEAF is invited to Nantes (France) to play & mix.

pulp fashion | wearable archi[ves]tectures

Essay by Susan Kozel and Thecla Schiphorst about whisper (2002).

Wearable Turbulence

Seminar on wearable technology, part of the conferences program of DEAF04.

Association of Art Historians on The Sympathy of Things

Review of Lars Spuybroek's The Sympathy of Things.

Notes on the Exploitation of Poor Artists

Notes on the Exploitation of Poor Artists is a text by Hans Abbing, published in Blowup Reader 5, Show Me the Money (2012).

The winner is...

The opening night of the 8th Piemonte Share Festival announced the Share Prize 2012, under its theme 'Open Your City' and it went to Stanza, with honorary ...

Test_Lab: Clothing Without Cloth

Material Explorations in the Field of Fashion & Technology. This edition of Test_Lab is curated by Valérie Lamontagne.

The Concept of "Live" via the Viral

'Intervention' by Tagny Duffy for the Vibrancy Effect expert meeting, as published in the ebook The Vibrancy Effect.

Denzipfaden by Maartje Dijkstra

Maartje Dijkstra is a fashion designer who participated in two “classic” V2_ projects. She made the crash suit for Exercise in immersion 4 by Marnix de Nijs, ...

Thing Power: Meet the Scene

During DEAF2012, with Arjen Bangma, Koert van Mensvoort, Simone de Waart, and Sam Nemeth.

Thing Power: Workshop

A workshop by Jae Rhim Lee, introducing to corpse decompiculture by learning to grow edible mushrooms on one's own discarded body tissue using simple, DIY ...

Augmented Society: Debate

Discussions around utopian visions anticipated for Augmented Reality’s future, during DEAF2012.

Honorary Mention for Protei at Ars Electronica 2012

Protei, the project by Open Sailing, co-developed at V2_, received an Honorary Mention from 2012 Ars Electronica in the category "Hybrid Art".

DEAF2012 - The Power of Things

DEAF2012 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - The Power of Things!

Spotlight: Open Pitch

Win an artist-in-residence at V2_! Pitch your project! During DEAF2012.

Spotlight: Lab Collaborations

Panel Discussion and Beyond Data Book Presentation, during DEAF2012.

Spotlight: A New Form of Beauty

A talk by Josephine Bosma on the beauty in networks.

Sound Track Festival Presents Watch That Sound

Watch That Sound is a new sound design software, designed by Jacques van de Veerdonk and V2_Lab. During DEAF2012, several composers and musicians used the tool ...

Rohfilm & Materialfilm

Presented by director Wilhelm Hein, "Rohfilm" (1968) and "Materialfilm" (1976) during DEAF2012.

CREW: Terra Nova

DEAF2012 presents a new live art project by CREW, which combines a theatrical performance and a visual experience into an immersive adventure.

DEAF & TodaysArt: 30Y V2_

V2_'s 30 year birthday party during DEAF2012 with Jimmy Edgar and a line-up of fantastic performers.

Education: Film Workshop

The Power of Things: action and reaction. In this workshop, students produce a 1 minute short film using the theme of the exhibition, part of the Education ...

Education: NIMk Workshops

The workshops VIBROBOTS and Electronic Jewelry are part of the education program of DEAF2012, in collaboration with NIMk and Kristina Andersen.

(No) Match Found

Blogpost by Esther de Graaff about Marnix de Nijs' installation '15 Minutes of Biometric Fame' which was shown at DEAF2012. (Dutch)

Schoonheid verstopt in digitale netwerken

Blogpost by Florian Weigl about a presentation by Josephine Bosma at DEAF2012. (Dutch)

Wespenkwak

Short report in the form of a blogpost about the symposium Vital Beauty at DEAF2012, written by John de Weerd.

Wat is het toch leuk om in de toekomst te leven

Blogpost by John de Weerd about the DEAF2012 exhibition and Terresrtial Ball.

The Beauty of a Flower

Blogpost on the DEAF2012 site about the work of Philip Beesley, written by Hanna Schraffenberger.
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