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Pre-history of Computer Art

Article (1996) on the history of computer art in Eastern Europe by Martin Sperka.

Knitting Typewriter

The eTextiles Workspace group (Anja Hertenberger, Leonie Urff, Ricardo O Nascimento and Meg Grant) started their project "TK Series" as part of the V2_ Summer ...

Blowup: Non-Expert Experts

The same small circle of experts circulate on the world's conference stages... but what of all the specialist knowledge under our noses? Who are the ...

Unveiling Protei_006

Protei_006, the first full-scale prototype sailing robot that could clean oil spills in the ocean was unveiled for the first time to the audience at the press ...

Together on a list

Article (1998) by Marie-José Klaver on the Nettime mailing list.

Design Futurescaping

Design Futurescaping is an article by Anab Jain, Jon Ardern, and Justin Pickard. It is part of the Blowup Reader The Era of Objects.

Writings on the Internet of Things

Writings on the Internet of Things is a text by Rob van Kranenburg, it is part of the Blowup Reader The Era of Objects.

Design Fiction

Design Fiction is an essay by Julian Bleecker.

Speculation and Extrapolation

Speculation and Extrapolation, is an excerpt from a longer text by Ilona Gaynor. It is part of the Blowup Reader The Era of Objects.

Evolution of an Internet of Things

Evolution of an Internet of Things is a text by Ana Serrano and Tim Warner. It is part of the Blowup Reader The Era of Objects.

The Spime Arrives

The Spime Arrives is a text by Bruce Sterling. It is part of the Blowup Reader The Era of Objects.

Blowup: Innovation in Extreme Scenarios

A debate, a discussion, a provocation -- about contemporary approaches to innovation and the complex problem of how innovation works in the context of extreme ...

The Archivist Speaks ... [3]

On May 26th of 2011 'Test_Lab Clothing without Cloth' explores new directions for wearable and fashionable technology. Here we have a look at some recent and ...

ISMAR 2011: Hello Worlds

V2_ is organizing the exhibition "Hello Worlds" for the 10th International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality in Basel, Switzerland.

Blowup: Wild Things

The first edition of Blowup will examine art and design projects that are created with animals in mind as the end users and active participants – not people.

Homage to Dick Raaymakers

SPSound presents: Homage to Dick Raaymakers. Kees Tazelaar, Johan van Kreij and Ensemble 306 will present works of Raaymakers, with an emphasis on his ...

Blowup: Outer Space as Extreme Scenario

Join us for an evening exploring the extreme scenario of outer space: containing our visions, dreams, hopes, and nightmares for the future of space ...

Maximum Jailbreak

Maximum Jailbreak is an essay by Benedict Singleton. It is part of the Blowup Reader 7, Outer Space as Extreme Scenario.

Giving and Taking, Antidotes to a Culture of Greed

'Giving and Taking, Antidotes to a Culture of Greed' is a collective effort to establish the significance of the so-called non-pecuniary value of art and ...

Putting artists on-line

A short article by Alexei Shulgin on Russian net.art (1996).

Copyright and alternatives: an overview

An article by Sandra Fauconnier on open access, open content, open source software and copyright (2003).

VinylVideo description

Short text on Gebhard Sengmüller's "VinylVideo" from "The Art of the Accident".

A Translogical Meshwork of Thoughts

"A Translogical Meshwork of Thoughts, Daniela Alina Plewe: Muser's Service (1995-96)" is an article by Andreas Broeckmann.

Sentient City Book Launch: The Future of Urban Space

Imagine future interactions that take place as computing leaves the desktop and spills out onto the sidewalks, streets, and public spaces of the city.

The Archivist Speaks ... [2]

On the 14th of May 2011 the new book 'Sentient City: Ubiquitous Computing, Architecture, and the Future of Urban Space' will be presented at V2_, it looks at ...

Test_Lab: Clothing Without Cloth

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

Test_Lab: Who Wants To Be...?

Test_Lab: Who Wants to Be…? is a social experiment in the form of a raucous game show developed by art collective The People Speak. All visitors chip in 10 EUR ...

The Archivist Speaks ... [7]

It's the 100th anniversary of Marshall McLuhan's birth, and it's celebrated at V2_ on three consecutive nights with Blowup "We Are All Crew".

The Vibrancy Effect - Expert Meeting

The expert meeting "The Vibrancy Effect", curated by Chris Salter, discussed the fundamental theoretical division between "living" and "non-living."

DEAF2012 - The Power of Things

DEAF2012 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - The Power of Things!
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