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We Are All Crew (Blowup Reader 4)

We Are All Crew is the fourth Blowup Reader. It was edited on occasion of the centenary of Marshall McLuhan's birth and the Blowup event at V2_.

Texts Strategic Arts

Texts from the orig­inal Strate­gic Arts Ini­tia­tive cat­alogue from 1986, by Derrick de Kerckhove and the participating artists.

The Normill

A text (2012) about Norman White, by Ine Poppe.

Mar­shall McLuhan In­ter­view – 1996

Fake interview from 1996 with Marshall McLuhan (1911 – 1980) by Gary Wolf, originally published in 'Wired'.

Excerpt Image to Interaction

An excerpt from Arjen Mulder's book 'From Image to Interaction' (2011), as used in the Blowup Reader 'We Are All Crew'.

Destruction in Art

A lecture by Kristine Stiles (USA).

The Archivist Speaks ... [9]

A look at the V2_archive on occasion of the premiere of the interactive film 'Order' at V2_.

New regulations for the Internet in Belarus

Short text, part of the Deep Europe reader (1997).

But SHE was a HEROINE

Short text by Mare Tralla, part of the Deep Europe book (1997).

Art, Power, and Communication

Statement, via e-mail, by Alexei Shulgin on art, power and communication (1996).

The Representation of the Body under 'Communism'

Article by Marina Grzinic (1997).

Estonian Internet/Poetry Scandal: the Case of Sven Kivisildnik

Article by Heie Treier explaining the internet poetry scandal around Sven Kivisildnik which took place in 1996.

Book Launch: From Image to Interaction

After the success of Understanding Media Theory, V2_ is proud to present Arjen Mulder’s new book, "From Image to Interaction: Meaning and Agency in the Arts". ...

Sentient City is published by The MIT Press

The book, Sentient City, is published by MIT Press and edited by Mark Shepard himself.

Something that almost does not exist

E-mail statement by Alexei Shulgin about the state of the arts in Moscow in 1996.

From alternative scene to art video

Article by Barbara Borcic about video production in Slovenia.

OSS/**** (article)

Article by Miklós Peternák about JODI's OSS/**** (1998).

Moving Pico-seconds

Short article by Arthur Bueno describing three works shown during DEAF_00 (2000).

RE: explained

Video interview with Carolien Teunisse and Bram Snijders on their augmented reality work "RE:"

Futuro Textiles

The Intimacy project by Studio Roosegaarde, Maartje Dijkstra, Anouk Wipprecht and V2_Lab is the main feature of the traveling exhibition "Futuro Textiles" that ...

Blowup: Fiddling While Rome Burns?

This edition of Blowup will be a "Book Sprint." From June 17 to June 21 we invite a group of leading thinkers, writers and artists to an intensive four day ...

Thing Power: Debate

In an effort to get a better grip on the notion of 'thing power,' this debate will call attention to the work of several artists and designers with the aim of ...

We Are All Crew Reader (Introduction)

Introduction to the fourth Blowup Reader We Are All Crew, by Michelle Kasprzak.

Strate­gic Arts Ini­tia­tive 2.0 (Introduction)

In­tro­duc­tion to the Strate­gic Arts Ini­tia­tive 2.0 Ex­hi­bi­tion, by Laura Berazadi.

Strate­gic Arts Ini­tia­tive 2.0 (Text)

A text by Derrick de Kerckhove about the 2011 exhibition Strate­gic Arts Ini­tia­tive 2.0.

Strate­gic Arts Ini­tia­tive 2.0, in­for­ma­tion on the works

Short information texts about the works in the Strate­gic Arts Ini­tia­tive 2.0 exhibition, part of the 'We Are All Crew' Blowup Reader.

McLuhan in Eu­rope 2011

A text by Stephen Kovats about the relevance of McLuhan in 2011.

Celebrating the internet of anal things

Article about Dani Ploeger's work 'B-hind', published on We Make Money Not Art (27 February 2020).

Outer Space as Extreme Scenario (Blowup Reader 7)

In this eBook, a range of specially-commissioned and previously published pieces have been collected which investigate how the exploration of outer space has ...

Het Ruimteschip

Het Ruimteschip (Dutch) is a text by Dirk van Weelden; with an English summary and postscript by Arjen Mulder.
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