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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 ...

Da Jungl Networking

A music program at DEAF96, featuring Jungle-DJs.

Web Audio Meetup

On Thursday March 29 we are hosting a Web Audio Meetup in order to bring together a community of sound designers, javascript coders, musicians, producers, ...

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 ...

Plone Conference 2010

V2_'s software architects are attending at the Plone conference in Bristol where the community discusses the latest developments and possibilities of the ...

DEAF95 Digital Dive

The DEAF95 "cybercafe".

DEAF95 Symposium Interfacing Realities

The DEAF95 Symposium on November 24-25, 1995, focused on the main theme of the DEAF95 festival, INTERFACING REALITIES. An international group of researchers, ...

DEAF95 World Wide Web

Exhibition of four WWW-projects, part of DEAF95.

DEAF96 Digital Dive

The Digital Dive in Theater Lantaren/Venster was DEAF96's public meeting place.

DEAF98 Open Territories

Presentation of various media art projects at DEAF98.

DEAF98 Symposium

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

Online Realities in 3D

Conference at DEAF98 which investigates 3D online art projects.

Opening V2_Lab

The opening of the V2_Lab, designed by NOX, was opened by art functionary Maarten Asscher.

Parasounds

'Parasounds' was a series of three programs, organized by V2_, which explored the subliminal soundscape.

Rotterdam Media Agenda

The presentation of the Rotterdam Media Agenda.

(Tele)communicatie in kunst

'(Tele)communicatie in kunst', or 'Telecommunication in art' was a festival about the use of new communication technologies – mainly fax, video, television, ...

The Wardenclyffe Project

A performance by Projekt Atol/Rastermusic.

Time's Up

"Time's Up - Hypercompetition for Beginners" features "situation-machines" that relate biological mechanisms, perception and controle.

Wiretap 1.11 - World Wide Web at DEAF95

This program, chaired by Kathy Rae Huffman, presented, among others, Robin Hanson's "Idea Futures", Jane Prophet's "TechnoSphere", and Jeremy Quinn with ...

Wiretap 2.06 - Museums and the Internet

A program with SIMIN (NL), Tony Brown (F/CDN), Jill Scott (AUS/D), Jan van der Starre (NL), Cornée Jacobs (NL) and Bartomeu Marí (NL).

Wiretap 4.01 - Cinema without Walls

A program included in the Exploding Cinema exhibition of the IFFR98 about interactive cinema, with Michael Naimark (USA), Toni Dove (USA), Gloria Davenport ...

Wiretap 4.04 - ParaSounds 2

Wiretap 4.04 was part of the ParaSounds series, part 2 explored Sounds of Silence.

Wiretap 4.09 - Dancing in Virtual and Physical Space

With presentations by Paul Kaiser (US), Scott deLahunta (NL), Suzan Kozel (UK) and Kirk Woolford (US).

Wiretap 4.10 - Soft Liberation

With presentations by Matthew Fuller (I/O/D), Graham Harwood (Mongrel), and a discussion by Rolf Pixley (Anomalous Research), moderated by Paul Perry.

COTIS

Description of COTIS, a work by the artist collective KIT, published in The Art of the Accident, 1998.

Why 2K or

Essay by Timothy Druckrey, published in "The Art of the Accident," 1998.

DEAF00 - Machine Times

DEAF00 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - Machine Times (2000).

DEAF98 - The Art of the Accident

DEAF98 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - The Art of the Accident

I rip you, you rip me

A three-day workshop at V2_, followed by a concert at Nighttown, a program initiated by Ben Schot and Ronald Cornelissen. I rip you, you rip me, which focused ...
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