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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.

Is this thing on?

Is this thing on? Identity, robots, and spying through everyday objects, article by Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino, part of the Blowup Reader The Era of Objects.

Where independent media made a difference

Subtitled 'Citizen producers in Eastern Europe, 1989-1991', is an article by Chris Hill from 1994.

Genetics of the Wild City

Article by the Stealth group on the same-named project, developed in the context of the DataCloud 2.0 research project.

Book for the Unstable Media Introduction

Introductory essay for "Book for the Unstable Media," published by V2_ in 1992.

Auteursrecht: ontwikkelingen en problematiek

A Dutch article by Sandra Fauconnier on open source software, copyright and open content (2002).

A Pig Saved My Life

Article by Elio Caccavale, part of the Wild Things e-pub (2011).

Miracles, monsters and disturbances

Article by Elio Caccavale and Michael Reiss, re-published in the Wild Things e-pub (2011).

What Gilgamesh and What Apes?

Article by Wilfried HoujeBek on a translation of Gilgamesh for apes (2008), re-published in the Wild Things e-pub (2011).

Protest memes, dog poop girl, happy slapping, surveillance & control

How do images become network protocols, database objects and viral agents that organize our behavior? A panel talk & book launch 'Image Management' by Kim de ...

Breiende typemachine

An interview with Leonie Urff about TK730.

Code Red

"Code Red" (2003) is a short article by Christel Vesters about George Legrady's "Pockets Full of Memories".

Digital Identification

An article from 2003 by Yvette van Nierop about "Can You See Me Now?" and "Pockets full of Memories".

About Atau Tanaka

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

Datawolk Hoeksche Waard winner Dutch National Millennium Competition

Report about Datawolk Hoeksche Waard by ArchiNed and V2_Lab which won the Dutch National Millennium Competition in 2000.

[DPsNtN] = DISPLACED PERSONS say NOTHING to NOBODY

Exhibition of the interactive installation "[DPsNtN] = DISPLACED PERSONS say NOTHING to NOBODY" (2001) by Christin Lahr

Shooting Gallery

Shooting Gallery, The Stalker Stalked was an exhibition curated by V2_ during the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2004.

TANGENT_FEAR

TANGENT_FEAR: Inviting Horror, presents the artistic research project "Inviting Horror" by Karen Lancel and Hermen Maat in which the experience of fear in ...

Sentient City Survival Kit

The Sentient City Survival Kit is a design research project that explores the social, cultural and political implications of ubiquitous computing for urban ...

Brabants Dagblad on Godenschemering Nr.2

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

aRt-and-D (Introduction)

Introduction of idea of Artistic Research and Development, from the publication "aRt&D" (2005).

ASA: Access All Accidents

Short article on the "Association for Strategic Accidents," by Ed van Megen, published in "The Art of the Accident," 1998.

Assault and Absence

Essay by Wim Nijenhuis for "TechnoMorphica," 1997

BitPlane and other BIT Products

Catalogue description of the work "BitPlane" of the Bureau of Inverse Technology, published in "The Art of the Accident," 1998.

Caught in the Net: From Limb-Machine to Cyborg

Essay by Gerburg Treusch-Dieter for "TechnoMorphica," 1997.

Compactor, The Machine

Description of the video installation "Compactor {The Machine}" of Gunter Krüger, published in "The Art of the Accident," 1998.

COTIS

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

Dick Raaijmakers: Intona

Tekst over Intona, uit Dick Raaijmakers, Monografie.

Erasure and Disembodiment

Essay by George Teyssot with Diller Scofidio, published in "Book for the Unstable Media," 1992.

Fascinations, Reactions, Virtual Worlds and other Matter

Essay by Florian Rötzer, published in "Book for the Unstable Media," 1992.
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