Brussels

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Spaces: Argos (*1989), ARP research and production platform, La Compilothèque, Constant, Eleven Steens space for contemporary creation (*2019), Hacktiris (*2019), iMAL (*1999), Jubilee platform for artistic research and production (*2012), Level Five artist-run cooperative studio, La Maison de Rendez-Vous artist and meeting space (*2019), MediaRuimte (*2003), Nadine, Nova Cinema (*1997), OSP, Overtoon platform for sound art, Pianofabriek, Q-O2 music and sound art workspace (*2006), Recyclart sound and art venue.
more: USE-IT city guide (2017).
Past spaces: OKNO (*2005), Galerie MTL (1970-1978) [1].

Initiatives: Agency (*1992), Algolit (*2012), ARG (animation research group) (*2014), City Mine(d) (*1997) Code31 (*2003), Constant (*1997), Enough Room for Space (*2005), F/LAT (*2013), FoAM (*2000), iMAL (*1999), Komplot (*2002), LAb au (*1997), lahaag.org (*2002), Mophradat (*2004), N3krozoft Ltd, Nadine, OSP (*2006), Recyclart sound and art venue, Sub Rosa music label.
Past initiatives: OKNO center for art and technology (*1998/2004).

Festivals: Argos, Citysonic sound art festival, Public (*2006), Verbindingen / Jonctions, Cimatics (*2000).
Events: Relearn summer school (*2013), NetPoliticsBeerX (*2011), Libre Graphics Meeting (2010), The Public School Brussels (2009-2010), Dorkbot Brussels (*2007).
Past festivals: Exprmntl experimental film festival (1947..1974, 2009), Plan K festival of electronic music, video and computer art (1981) materials.
Past events: Brussels Electronic Marathon (2017), Eclectic Tech Carnival (2010), World-Information.Org (2000).

Academy programs: Centre for Studies on Media and Culture VUB, Transmedia (*1999).

Art workers: Adrien Lucca, Aernoudt Jacobs (1968), Alexandre Leray, Alexia de Visscher, Annemie Maes, An Mertens, Antoinette Rouvroy, Femke Snelting, Gert Aertsen, Guy van Belle, Ilan Manouach (1980), Isjtar Vandebroeck, Jan De Pauw (1966), Julien_Deswaef, Kobe Matthys, Laurence Rassel, Lina Kusaite (1975), Loraine Furter, Maja Kuzmanovic, Michel Cleempoel, Nico Carpentier, Nicolas Malevé, Nik Gaffney, Peter Westenberg, Pierre Huyghebaert, Pieter Heremans, Pierre Marchand, Rosamunde Van Brakel, Shelbatra Jashari, Stéphanie Vilayphiou, Wendy Van Wynsberghe, Yves Poliart.


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