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V2_35 Years

V2_ started 35 years ago – by now 40 years ago – as an artists initiative in Den Bosch. Now it's a 'Lab for Unstable Media' in Rotterdam. A sketch of 35 years ...

The Archivist Speaks ... [11]

About the early history of V2_.

DEAF94 - Digital Nature

DEAF94 Dutch Electronic Art Festival - Digital Nature.

Heropening V2_Store

Official opening of the V2_Store with a performance by 80lx

The Theme of Care in the History of V2_

A short reflection on the theme of 'care' in the history of V2_

Codex Kodanski Performances

During DEAF04 the game Codex Kodanksi was played on the streets of Rotterdam.

Photo Report: Test_Lab at festival Ars Electronica 2009

Some photo impressions of Test_Lab at festival Ars Electronica 2009

Interview with Michel van Dartel in Kunstlicht

Michel van Dartel talks about 'speculative design' in an interview for the arts magazine Kunstlicht.

New book: A Critical History of Media Art in the Netherlands

Jap Sam Books recently published 'A Critical History of Media Art in the Netherlands', which, of course, also features quite a bit of the history of V2_.

The Normill

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

V2_ at LIMA online

An online presentation in which Arie Altena and Florian Weigl discuss how the history of V2_ can inform and inspire future activities of V2_. Part of a series ...

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". ...

Van beeld naar interactie

In "Van beeld naar interactie" volgt Arjen Mulder ontwikkelingslijnen uit de beeldende kunsten van de afgelopen vijfhonderd jaar die rechtstreeks naar de ...

Art His­to­ry’s Ob­jects

Art His­to­ry’s Ob­jects is an interview with Sven Lüttick­en by Rachel O’Reil­ly. Published in the Speculative Realities ebook.

The Evening of the Long March

Evening programme, curated by Lu Jie, about The Long March, part of DEAF07.

Exhibition ISEA / WDS

Two exhibitions. both part of DEAF94, presenting a state-of-the-art overview of electronic arts and culture.

Manifest

On 31 december 1986 the first V2 Manifesto was published in the Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant.

The Archivist Speaks ... [12]

... about moving boxes of stuff.

Interview V2_Organisation (2000)

Interview with Alex Adriaansens and Joke Brouwer about V2_, published in 'Book for the Electronic Art' (2000)

Vampires and Archives

An email conversation with Anne Nigten and Michael Punt, 2002.
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