Barcelona

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Initiatives: 0100101110101101.org (*1999), Alku (*1997), area3 (*1999), BAR project (*2013), d-i-n-a (*2000), Donestech, Drac Màgic (*1970), fiftyfifty (*2000), La Fundició, Glaznost (*1997), Hamaca, Innothna artcomm (*1997), Minipimer.tv (*2008), Orquestra del Caos (*1991), Platoniq (*2001), Sinapsis, Sitesize (*2002), Surt.tv, Transductores, YProductions.
Past initiatives: Dadata (2000-2002).

Festivals: ArtFutura (*1990), Generatech (*2007), The Influencers (*2004), LEM (*1997), Now (2006-2009), OFF ICMC conference (2005), OFF Loop (*2003), OFFF (*2001), OVNI (*1993), Primavera Sound, Sonar (*1994), Störung (*2006), Zeppelin (*2001).
Past festivals: Wrong Festival (2003).
Events: Free/Libre Culture Forum (*2009), Dorkbot Barcelona (*2004).
Past events: Relearn summer school (2016), TransHACKfeminist! camp (2014), Backbone 409 (2014), Invisible Fields exhibition (2011-12), Supersimetria (2011), Sonarmatica (2010), Art Tech Media 06 (2006), Copyfight (2005), Connect Congress (2004), ISMIR conference (2004), Banquete (2003), Made in Hangar (2001), Open Picnic (2000).

Spaces: Calafou colony (*2011), Cyber*forat hacklab (*2003), Hangar (*1997), Metronom (*1980), La Virreina (*2008), Libertar.io.

Magazine: a minima

Academy programs: Sonology ESMUC, Cognitive Systems and Interactive Media UPF, University Master in Digital Arts.

Art workers: Alejandra Perez Nunez, Anna Ramos, Daniel García Andújar (1966), Dimitris Kariofilis, Eva Mattes (1975), Franco Mattes (1975), Ilpo Väisänen, Joan Leandre (aka retroyou), Jordi Guell (1973), Klara Ravat, Laura Malinverni, Lucia Rojas Egaña, Manuel Castells (1942), Marcelo Expósito, Mia Makela (aka Solu) (1971), Nicolas Malevé, Oscar Abril Ascaso (1966), Ricardo Iglesias (1965), Sergi Jorda (1961), Stefan Kersten, Tamar Regev, Verónica Lahitte.

More
  • Barcelona at Indie Travel Guide, [1]


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