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Balls to the Wall

Article by Robert Barry about Philip Vermeulen's installation, Boem Boem Physical Rhythm Machine, published in The Wire, February 2018.

Machines Will Make Better Choices Than Humans

'Machines Will Make Better Choices than Humans' features three essays by Douglas Coupland and is available in the V2_Webshop for only EUR 4.50

Videos: Summer Sessions 2014

Video interviews with the artists who worked on a Summer Sessions project at V2_.

The Evening of ... Woody Vasulka

An evening program at DEAF00, curated by and featuring Woody Vasulka.

Art and Autonomy interview

Sebastian Olma's book 'Art and Autonomy: Past, Present, Future' (2018) asks what artistic autonomy might mean at a time when art is fully commercialized and ...

Thirty-five years of V2_ and unstable media: a portrait

V2_ started 35 years ago as an artists initiative in Den Bosch. Now it's a 'Lab for Unstable Media' in Rotterdam. A sketch of 35 years V2_.

Anouk Wipprecht on Intimacy 2.0

Anouk Wipprecht, fashion designer and former "Summer Sessionista" at V2_Lab, talks about the new designs she made for the successful Intimacy series together ...

DEAF's Dynamiek

DEAF's Dynamiek is an interview with Alex Adriaansens, on DEAF03 (Dutch).

The Lab as an Autonomous Zone

On 15 March 2013 Arie Altena interviewed Boris Debackere, and asked him about the direction of the V2_lab in 2013.

Interview with Kees Tazelaar in Gonzo(Circus)

Issue 117 of the music magazine Gonzo(Circus) features an interview with Kees Tazelaar about his forthcoming book 'On the Threshold of Beauty'.

Breiende typemachine

An interview with Leonie Urff about TK730.

Fashioningtech.com Features V2_ Summer Sessions

Guest blogger for "fashioningtech.com" Valerie Lamontagne interviewed this year's participants of V2_'s Summer Session program about the works they developed. ...

CaV2

An exhibition by Victor Elberse during DEAF00.

DEAF95 - Interfacing Realities

DEAF95 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - Interfacing Realities

DEAF_00 Exhibition

Exhibition of the Dutch Electronic Art Festival of 2000, the theme was Machine Times.

Four Corners Get Obtuse

A program about machines and interfaces, with four installations by Gordon Monahan (CDN), Laura Kikauka (CDN), Brad Hwang (ROK), and Bastiaan Maris (NL/D).

Manifestation for the Unstable Media 5

The theme and title of the fifth Manifestation for the Unstable Media (1993) was "The Body in Ruin".

Music & Interfaces

Music program, part of DEAF95.

Ping Body

Performance of the work "Ping Body" by Stelarc at DEAF96.

Radiobijdrages

Radio recordings by Rik Delhaas (NL).

Spielhalle, Dutch Electronic Amusement Fest

Exhibition organised by V2_, featuring artistic 'entertainment machines'.

Wiretap 1.10 - Music Machines

Presentations and performances with composers Richard Barrett (GB) and Victor Wentinck (NL), the premiere of "Memory Drums" by LOOS (NL), and interludes by dj ...

Wiretap 3.05 - Escape Velocity

An evening with Mark Dery (US) and Marcel Möring (NL), and the screening of "Pandaemonium" by John Wyver/Illuminations.

Wiretap 6.05 - Frequencies of Realtime

A program about Nikola Tesla, with Geert Mul (NL) and "The Epic Generator", Paul DeMarinis (USA) and "The Edison Effect", and philosopher Velimir Abramovic ...

Opening Dune 4.2 by Daan Roosegaarde

Media artist Daan Roosegaarde, who is currently working with V2_ Lab on the wearable technology project "Intimacy," will present his installation "Dune 4.2" on ...

Media Vintage Highlighted in Yearbook Textiellab

Many artists and designers find their way to the TextielLab in Tilburg, and not without reason. You will find the most professional machines and dedicated ...

Brabants Dagblad on Godenschemering Nr.2

Interview/article with the artists Elvira Wersche and Horst Rickels, April 29, 1985.

Aanraking en vertrouwen

Interview met Karen Lancel en Hermen Maat over hun project TELE_TRUST, door Arie Altena.

Autonomous Space Solutions

Interview with Hans Kalliwoda about 'The World in a Shell', by Arie Altena.

Developing Reconfigurable Dresses

Arie Altena interviews Di Mainstone, Stock and Simon de Bakker about the development of 'Sharewear'.
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