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Welcome to Monoskop, the media art and culture wiki.

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Artists' cultures
or, sets of techniques and practices bringing together communities of artists, makers and writers

Architecture, Photography, Early cinema, Futurism, Concrete poetry, Epic theatre, Dada, Constructivism, Graphic design, Artists' books, Experimental film, Typewriter art, Radio art, Lettrism, Electroacoustic music, Lettrist International, Kinetic art, Robotic art, Situationist International, Pirate radio, Multimedia environments, Mail art, Hacker culture, Computer art, Computer music, Fluxus, Light art, Video, Video activism, Sound art, Urban practices, Systems art, Land art, Field recording, Noise, Neoism, Cassette culture, Zine culture, Demoscene, VJing, Live cinema, FLOSS, Media labs, Max/MSP, Film labs, Digital libraries, Cyberfeminism, Cypherpunk, Tactical media, Community television, Net art, Hacktivism, Afrofuturism, Software art, Code poetry, Art servers, Hackerspaces, CD-ROM art, Game art, Circuit bending, Pure Data, SuperCollider, Net radio, File sharing, Media archives, Internet of things, VVVV, Bio art, Fab labs, Glitch art, Internet activism, Copyright activism, Data activism, 3D printing, Live coding, Locative media, Libre graphics, Electromagnetism, Surf clubs, Open spectrum, DIY biology, Open hardware, Sensory ethnography, Post-digital.


Cities
media culture of the 1990s and onwards

Aarhus, Amman, Amsterdam, Ankara, Arnhem, Athens, Banja Luka, Banská Bystrica, Barcelona, Barentsburg, Basel, Beirut, Belfast, Beijing,Belgrade, Bergen, Berlin, Bern, Bielefeld, Bilbao, Bochum, Bonn, Bournemouth, Bordeaux, Bratislava, Brighton, Bristol, Brno, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Caen, Cairo, Cambridge, Chemnitz, Cluj, Cologne, Copenhagen, Coventry, Crimea, Deventer, Dnepropetrovsk, Dordrecht, Dortmund, Dresden, Dublin, Dubrovnik, Edinburgh, Eindhoven, Enschede, Florence, Frankfurt, Galanta, Gdansk, Geneva, Ghent, Gijon, Giza, Glasgow, Gothenburg, Graz, Grenland, Grenoble, Grimstad, The Hague, Hainburg, Hallein, Hamburg, Helsingør, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Høvikodden, Innsbruck, Istanbul, Jerusalem, Karlsruhe, Karlstad, Katowice, Kaunas, Kharkiv, Kiev, Kirkenes, Korčula, Kortrijk, Košice, Krakow, Krasnoyarsk, Krems, Kristiansand, Kvinesdal, Las Palmas, Lausanne, Leeds, Leiden, Leipzig, Limassol, Linköping, Linz, Lisbon, Liverpool, Ljubljana, Lodz, London, Lübeck, Lublin, Lucerne, Lugansk, Lund, Lviv, Lyon, Maastricht, Madrid, Malmö, Manchester, Maribor, Marseille, Michalovce, Milan, Minsk, Mons, Mooste, Moscow, Mostar, Mulhouse, Munich, Murcia, Nantes, Nice, Nicosia, Nida, Nijmegen, Nitra, Nottingham, Nové Zámky, Novigrad, Novi Sad, Olomouc, Omsk, Oradea, Osijek, Oslo, Osnabrück, Ostrava, Oulu, Paris, Pärnu, Pécs, Plovdiv, Plymouth, Plzeň, Podgorica, Porto, Považská Bystrica, Poznan, Prague, Prešov, Prishtina, Pula, Rabat, Ramallah, Regensburg, Reykjavík, Riga, Rijeka, Rome, Rotterdam, Rouen, Saint-Ouen, Salzburg, San Marino, Sandnes, Sarajevo, Sebastopol, Sheffield, Skopje, Sofia, Split, St Petersburg, Stavanger, Stockholm, Strasbourg, Szczecin, Szeged, Tallin, Tbilisi, Tel Aviv, Thessaloniki, Tilburg, Timisoara, Tirana, Tottenham, Tromsø, Trondheim, Turin, Umeå, Ústí nad Labem, Utrecht, Valencia, Velika Gorica, Vienna, Vilnius, Vis, Warszawa, Weimar, Wroclaw, Zagreb, Zambrow, Zlín, Zürich


Countries
avant-garde and modernism beyond the canon

Albania, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Central and Eastern Europe, Chile, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kosova, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Slovenia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States


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Sister projects

  • Monoskop/log, a living archive of writings on art, culture, and media technology.
  • Remake, REthinking Media Art in K(C)ollaborative Environments
  • Monoskop/ram, visual references for the history of media art in Central and Eastern Europe.
  • Related media archives

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