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Monoskop is a wiki for collaborative studies of the arts, media and humanities.

Events

Mons, October 2015

Ideographies of Knowledge, a symposium on documentation and classification of knowledge held at Mundaneum in Mons, Belgium, on 3 Oct 2015. The event brought together digital librarians, media theorists, designers, researchers and artists to discuss the poetics, aesthetics and politics of information and knowledge in relation to digital libraries, search engines and the legacy of library/documentation science. With Dušan Barok, Matthew Fuller, Geraldine Juárez, Stéphanie Manfroid, Marcell Mars, Nikita Mazurov, Tomislav Medak, Michael Murtaugh, Robert M Ochshorn, Barbora Šedivá, Femke Snelting, and Matěj Strnad.

Basel, June 2015

Sources and Resources, a panel discussion in the framework of Economies of Aesthetics conference held at the FHNW Academy of Art and Design, Campus of the Arts. The panel was prepared by FHNW's Institute of Experimental Design and Media Cultures.

Vienna, June 2015

A statement on the notion of public library and presentation of Monoskop at the Technopolitics seminar, upon invitation by Armin Medosch.

Zagreb, June 2015

Javna knjižnica / Public Library, an exhibition and conference organised by What, How and for Whom/WHW and Multimedia Institute, and hosted by Nova Gallery, [1], [2], [3]. On the occasion, the curatorial collective WHW created an online hybrid-archive exhibition featuring selected works from the archives of UbuWeb and Monoskop: Part 1: Art and Its Dissatisfaction, Part 2: Art Is Not a Mirror, Art Is a Hammer, Part 3: The Rights and Freedoms, Tricks and Pranks (commentaries in Croatian).

Bergen, March 2015

The Extensions of Many: Seminars on Media Aesthetics, a series of seminars organised by Bergen Center for Electronic Arts (BEK) together with Monoskop was held at Hordaland kunstsenter in Bergen, Norway. The series explored the ambiguity of the notion of media from an aesthetic and technological perspective; speakers included Ina Blom, Florian Cramer, Knut Ove Eliassen, Olga Goriunova, Aud Sissel Hoel, Eleni Ikoniadou and Femke Snelting. Introductory talk, Part 2.

Stuttgart, October-November 2014

Public Library: Rethinking the Infrastructures, an exhibition and conference sparked by Marcell Mars and hosted by Württembergsicher Kunstverein. With Aaaaarg.org, Vuk Ćosić, Sebastian Lütgert and Jan Berger, Monoskop, Postcapital Archive, Praxis, Femke Snelting, Cornelia Sollfrank, and many others. Organised in collaboration with Akademie Schloss Solitude. Video.

Novi Sad, July 2013

An Archive/Live Archive/UnArchive and Public Library workshop, with Kenneth Goldsmith (UbuWeb), Dušan Barok (Monoskop), Simon Worthington (Mute Magazine), Marcell Mars (Public Library), and the hosting organisation, kuda.org. The event was part of Aesthetic Education Expanded, a collaborative project by Berliner Gazette, Kontrapunkt, kuda.org, Multimedia Institute and Mute. Video.

Ljubljana, November 2012

HAIP 2012: Public Library / Javna knjižnica, a conference and exhibition hosted by Kiberpipa. With Aaaaarg.org, Vuk Ćosić, Sebastian Lütgert and Jan Berger, Marcell Mars, Monoskop, Simon Worthington, and many others. Video.

Prešov, October 2012

Presentation at the University of Prešov andragogy seminar led by Branislav Frk; and at Wave club in Prešov within CyberTalks series organised by Peter Pankuch; a discussion with Kristian Lukić.

Rotterdam, July 2012

Unlimited Editions, a public discussion on personal collecting and media archiving; with Annet Dekker, Darko Fritz, Florian Cramer and Sandra Fauconnier. Hosted by TENT, Rotterdam. Launch of the Monoskop online library.

Novi Sad, April 2012

Presentation at The Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina in Novi Sad, by User:Dusan, upon invitation by Luka Kulić. Part of the Digitizing Ideas project.

Brno, April 2012

Remake conference organised by Barbora Šedivá at The Brno House of Arts. Talk by Dušan.

Zagreb, December 2011

G33koskop seminar at Mama, organised by Marcell Mars. The first public presentation of the then offline Monoskop file archive. Talk by Dušan.

Tallinn, October 2011

Gateways: Workshop for Curators from Central and Eastern Europe, presentation by Mária Rišková.

Kiev, June 2011

Presentation by Barbora Šedivá.

Bratislava, May 2011

Presentation at the New Media Art & Digital Art Meeting Point seminar organised by 13 kubikov. Talk by Dušan (in Slovak).

Prague, June 2007

Presentation at the Glocals and Outsiders conference organised by Denisa Kera. Talk by Dušan.

Prague, February 2006

Presentation at the New Media programs in the Czech Republic seminar organised by Denisa Kera and Miloš Vojtěchovský. Variation of the text appeared in the Mag.Net publication in March 2006. Talk by Dušan.

Writings about Monoskop

Site news

  • Monoskop's server has been upgraded and the website is now HTTP Secure thanks to LetsEncrypt ! (26 Apr 2016)
  • Between 23 July and 2 August 2015, Monoskop was accessible through http://monoskop.multiplace.org due to an issue with our registrar of the .org domain.
  • Installed a more recent version of MediaViewer, all images should be finally loading properly. (23 May 2015)
  • The website has been slightly restructured. The frontpage now shows some of the latest additions, and there is a new section with Contents. The subtitle has been updated to the more fitting "wiki for collaborative studies of art, media and the humanities" from the former "collaborative wiki research on the history of art, culture and media technology". (31 Aug 2014)
  • Monoskop wiki has been upgraded to the latest stable MediaWiki version, 1.23, and has several new extensions installed. The most exciting is MediaViewer for images which is still in beta (try it out by clicking on any image). A list of all installed extensions is here. (5 Jun 2014)
  • Monoskop wiki re-launches in new design, inspired by Moving Brands' Wikipedia Identity proposal. (11 Mar 2012)
  • Support of the Twitter widget enabled. You can now embed a twitter feed on your profile. (11 Mar 2012)
  • Monoskop moves to a new domain: http://monoskop.multiplace.org. Old links are preserved. (5 Mar 2012)
  • Monoskop wiki now supports embedding videos from Youtube, Vimeo, Blip.tv, Google Video, UStream, and basically any publicly accessible website (using HTML5 video tag), as well as documents from Google Books, Scribd, and SlideShare, image searches and slideshows from Flickr, and stills from Google Maps and Google Street View. See MediaWikiWidgets manual to learn how. (16 Nov 2011)
  • Realising there are almost 100 users or so registered, we did small improvements in user profiles. Using your profile (find here) you can now share what you have been working on, message others, etc. (28 Jul 2008)
  

Sister projects

  • Monoskop Log, writings on art, culture, and media technology.
  • Remake, REthinking Media Art in K(C)ollaborative Environments

Wiki

Monoskop is a wiki where anyone can edit any article and have those changes posted immediately. Learn how to edit pages.

Design

The current Monoskop skin was inspired by Moving Brands' Wikipedia Identity proposal and Michael Murtaugh's customized MediaWiki Monobook skin, and uses Fedra Sans font designed by Peter Biľak, along with Greek Font Society's Neohellenic font for the headlines.

Hosting

Monoskop runs on MediaWiki software, and is hosted by the Sanchez free art server, maintained by Multiplace.

Contact

db at monoskop dot org

Copyrights

User Notice for Copyrighted Materials on Research Website

Some of the text, images, graphics, audio and video clips, and other content of this website (collectively, the "Content"), are protected by copyright law, where the copyright is owned by third parties. Monoskop is making the third-party Content available to you under the fair use doctrine. Fair use permits only certain limited uses of the Content.

You may use the website and its Content only for your personal, educational and scholarly use. If you wish to distribute or make any of the Content available to others, or to use any Content for any purpose other than your personal, educational and scholarly use, you must obtain any required permission from the copyright holder.