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Spaces: Ambient Space, Apiary Studios, Barbican performing arts centre (*1982), Bökship bookshop and project space (*2008), Cafe OTO music venue (*2008), Centre for Possible Studies (*2009), Deckspace media lab (*2001), Donlon Books bookshop (*2008), Enclave artist-run infrastructure (*2012), Even (*2015), Furtherfield Gallery (formerly HTTP, *2004), Gasworks visual art centre (*1994), Hayward Gallery (*1968), The Horse Hospital arts venue (*1993), Institute of Contemporary Arts (*1947), London Centre for Book Arts artist-run studio (*2012), noise=noise (since 2011), no.w.here artist-run space (*2004), Raven Row exhibition centre (*2009), Raylab, Res. gallery and workspace (*2015), Rio Cinema (*1976), Serpentine Galleries (*1970, *2013), The Showroom art space (*1983), Somerset House Studios workspace (*2016), Tenderbooks artist publishing space, Vinyl Deptford record store, Watermans arts centre (*1978), Whitechapel Gallery (*1901), Work gallery and event space (*2011), more: [1], [2], [3]
Past spaces: LimaZulu artist-run project space (*c2009-2016), MzTEK (2009-14), area 10 (2008-?), The Shunt Lounge night-time art space (2006-10), E:vent Gallery (2003-11), The Foundry (2000-10), Backspace (1996-1999), Artec centre (1990-2000), Gallery House (1972-73). More.
See also: London Bookshop Map of independent bookshops (*2011), London Sound Survey (*2008).

Initiatives (with no permanent event venue): ambientTV.NET (*1999), Arika, body-data-space (*2005), Book Works (*1984), Catalyst Radio network (*2010), Cenatus CIC (*2005), Cinenova (*2001), Common Practice advocacy group (*2009), Deptford.TV, Kino Fist film collective, Live Algorithms for Music (*2004), London Fieldworks (*2000), open_digi (*2002), Openlab (*2004), SPC (*1996), UKUUG (*1976), xxxxx (*2006), YOHA, more: http://nodel.org/orgs.php
Past initiatives: Robots And Avatars (2007-2014), shinkansen/Future Physical (1989-2004), Orphan Drift (1994-2003), Antiuniversity of London (1968).

Festivals: Antiuniversity Now (*2015), Flossie, Calling Out Of Context (*2009), Netaudio (since 2006), NODE.London (2006, 2008), Atlantic Waves (*2001), Cybersonica (*2006), Cut and Splice (*2003), Deptford X (*1998).
Past festivals: Open Season (2005), DMZ media arts festival (2003), Extreme Computing (2002).
Events: Artist Self-Publishers' Fair (*2015), FutureFest (*2014), Noise=Noise (2007, 2012), Signal:Noise (*2011), Art of Digital London meetup (*2011), London Girl Geek Dinners (*2005), Cybersalon (*2005), Dorkbot London (*2001), Interlace (*2002), LAM Conference (*2004), Le Placard (since 2003), Openlab (*2005), OpenTech (*2005).
Past events: LowTechLab London (2016), Redecentralize Conference (2015), Public 2.0 conference (2011), Decoding the Digital (2010), Ideas Before Their Time symposium (2010), Computational Creativity (2007), Re-transmission (2006), Netaudio (2006), Her Noise (2005), Open Tech 2005, WSFII (2005), ISMIR conference (2005), NotCon '04, N01se (2000), Expo Destructo (1999), Art Servers Unlimited (1998), Anti with E (1997).
Past exhibitions: Oramics to Electronica (2012), Digital Pioneers (2009-2010), Disclosures (2008), Art for Networks (2002), Cybernetic Serendipity (1968).

Media: Fluid Radio, Furtherfield (*1996), Mute Magazine (*1994), Onoma Research, OpenMute server, Resonance FM radio.

Academy programs: Centre for Digital Music ELEC QMUL, Electronic Music Studios Goldsmiths (*1968), Interactive Media Goldsmiths, Cultural Studies PhD Goldsmiths, Creating Social Media Goldsmiths.

Art workers: Adnan Hadzi, Aleksander Kolkowski, Alex McLean, Alexei Shulgin (1963), Andrew Forbes, Anthony Iles, Armin Medosch (1962), Aura Satz, Benedict Drew, Caroline Heron, Chun Lee, Claude Heiland-Allen, Daniel Kordík (1976), Daniela Cascella, Eleni Ikoniadou, Emilie Giles, Gabriel Menotti (1983), Gary Hall, Geraint Wiggins (1962), Ghislaine Boddington, Gio D'Angelo, Gordana Novakovic, Graham Harwood, Heath Bunting (1966), Ilze Black (1973), Irit Rogoff, Ivor Diosi, Jackie Hatfield, J. M. Bowers, James Stevens, Janis Jefferies, Jo Walsh, Jonathan Kemp, Joseph Hyde, Kaffe Matthews (1961), Katie Paterson (1981), Knut Aufermann, Kodwo Eshun, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Lina Džuverović, Lisa Haskel, Luci Eyers, Luciana Parisi, Manu Luksch (1970), Mark Peter Wright, Martin Howse, Matthew Fuller, Monika Šubrtová (1978), Pete Gomes, Peter Ride, Rachel Baker, Ryan Jordan, Sarah Washington, Salomé Voegelin, Saul Albert, Shu Lea Cheang, Simon Pope (1966), Sophie Clements, Sophie MacDonald, Steve Rushton, Steven Ball (1960), Thomson & Craighead, Tim Jones, Toni Prug, William Raban, Wojciech Kosma (1981)
more: http://nodel.org/people.php

Literature

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