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* Andreas Broeckmann, [[David García]], [[Geert Lovink]], [http://www.uoc.edu/artnodes/eng/art/broeckmann0902/broeckmann0902.html "The GHI of Tactical Media"], December 2002.  
 
* Andreas Broeckmann, [[David García]], [[Geert Lovink]], [http://www.uoc.edu/artnodes/eng/art/broeckmann0902/broeckmann0902.html "The GHI of Tactical Media"], December 2002.  
 
* Andreas Broeckmann, [http://isp2.srv.v2.nl/~andreas/texts/2000/networkers.html "Sociable Machinists of Culture"], February 2000.  
 
* Andreas Broeckmann, [http://isp2.srv.v2.nl/~andreas/texts/2000/networkers.html "Sociable Machinists of Culture"], February 2000.  
* Andreas Broeckmann, [http://www.irational.org/cybercafe/backspace/netart.txt "Net.Art, Machines, and Parasites"]. January 1997.  
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* Andreas Broeckmann, [http://www.nettime.org/Lists-Archives/nettime-l-9703/msg00038.html "Net.Art, Machines, and Parasites"]. January 1997.  
 
* [http://www.mikro.in-berlin.de/wiki/tiki-index.php?page=texts more], [http://isp2.srv.v2.nl/~andreas/texts/ more]
 
* [http://www.mikro.in-berlin.de/wiki/tiki-index.php?page=texts more], [http://isp2.srv.v2.nl/~andreas/texts/ more]
  

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Born 1964. Art historian and curator. Lives in Berlin. Studied art history, sociology and media studies in Bochum, Berlin, and Norwich. 1995 PhD from the University of East Anglia, Norwich, with thesis A Visual Economy of Individuals: Portrait Photography in the 19th Century Human Sciences. 1995-2000 worked as a project manager at V2_Organisation Rotterdam, where he co-curated, amongst other things, programmes for the deaf festival and Next 5 Minutes conferences. Founding member of the translocal Syndicate network (1996-2001). From September 2000 to 2007 he was the Artistic Director of Transmediale - international media art festival Berlin. Since 2005 one of artistic directors of Tesla media art lab in Berlin. Independently curated exhibitions included projects with Kontejner / MaMa in Zagreb ('Runtime Art', 2004), at TENT/Witte de With in Rotterdam ('Tracer / Neuralgic', 2004), and at Skuc Gallery in Ljubljana ('KRcF - Room for Manoeuvre', 2006). Co-chaired Re:place conference (Berlin, 2007). He is a member of the advisory board for Visual Arts of the Goethe Institut, and of the Council for the Arts, Berlin. He co-maintains the Spectre mailing list (*2001) and is a member of the Berlin-based media association mikro (*1998). In university courses, curatorial projects, and lectures he deals with media art, digital culture, and aesthetics of the machinic.

Articles
External links

http://www.mikro.in-berlin.de/wiki/
http://isp2.srv.v2.nl/~andreas/