Bergen

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Spaces/Venues: 3,14 exhibition space (*1999), Aldea studio collective, workshop and gallery (*2018), Apollon record store and bar (*1976), Bergen Centre for Electronic Arts (BEK, *2000), Bergen Kjøtt artists' studios, Bergen Kunsthall (*1838), BIT Teatergarasjen theatre company (*1990), Entrée gallery (*2009), Felt Galleri (*2015), Kalfarlien18, Knipsu nomadic art space (*2010), Kunstgarasjen exhibition venue (*2015), Landmark (*2001), Lydgalleriet sound art gallery (*2005), Gallery NO.5 (*2002), Nobel Bopel cafe, Østre centre for sonic art and electronic music (*2012), Palmera artist-run gallery (*2018), Robot record shop (*2006), Slakt artist-run gallery (*2018), Tag Team Studio artist-run gallery (*2010), Trykkeriet, USF Verftet cultural centre (art residencies, cinema, theatre, concerts, *1990), Wrap artist-led production centre (*2003).

Initiatives (with no permanent event venue): Jazkamer (*1998), Katla (*2010), nyMusikk. See also spaces/venues above.

Festivals: Piksel (*2003), Ekko, Borealis (*2006), Natjazz.
Past festivals: Trollofon (2001-06).
Events: Avgarde concert series (*2006), Bergen Assembly (*2009), Bergen Girl Geek Dinners (*2009), Volt (*2008).
Past events: The Extensions of Many seminars (2015), Ephemeral_Sustainability conference (2012), Data is Political symposium (2012), Right about Now symposium (2011).

Academy programs: Nordic Sound Art (since 2010).

Art workers: Amber Frid-Jimenez, Anne Marthe Dyvi, Cecilia Jonsson, Dušan Barok, Elin Øyen Vister, Elisabeth Nesheim, Erin Sexton, Espen Sommer Eide, Gisle Frøysland, Grethe Melby, Jeremy Welsh, Jill Walker Rettberg, John Hegre, Jørgen Larsson, Jørgen Træen, Kjersti Sundland, Lars Ove Toft, Maia Urstad, Maria Rusinovskaya, Marie Nerland, Marieke Verbiesen, Mathijs van Geest, Mei Szetu, Patricia Tomaszek, Peter Meanwell, Piya Wanthiang, Roar Sletteland, Scott Rettberg, Signe Lidén, Sol Sneltvedt, Stephan Meidell, Thorolf Thuestad, Tolga Balci, Trond Lossius.

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Cities
media culture of the 1990s and onwards

Amsterdam, Bergen, Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, London, New York City, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rotterdam, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb.