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MaMa - Multimedia Institute is a net culture club located in Zagreb, founded in 1999 by Tomislav Medak, Marcell Mars, Teodor Celakoski, Petar Milat, Željko Blaće, Vedran Gulin, Vanja Nikolić and others. Ever since it opened in 2000, MaMa has been a meeting point for different local and international communities ranging from political activists, media artists, electronic music makers, theorists, hackers and free software developers, gay and lesbian support groups, to the anime community. Guided by the ideals of sharing, it offers free access to its ressources & infrastructure.

MaMa set-up a variety of different lecture/discussion/presentation series dealing with its primary fields of interest. Some of those series like Becoming Digital, Caternetics, MaMa čita have in the meanwhile ceased to exist, and among the ones still active as of 2011 are Pastforward, Transverzala, and Vizualni kolegij.

Publications[edit]

Books[edit]

past.forward series
mala mamina series
basic series
nova kritička teorija series

In collaboration with Belgrade Circle.

vizualni kolegij series
  • Garcia-Düttmann, Alexander. (2005). Visconti. Uvidi u krvi i mesu. Trans. Dalibor Davidović. Co-published with BLOK, Zagreb. 197 pp. (Croatian)
  • Vrvilo, Tanja; Milat, Petar, eds. (2007). Vizualni Kolegij Reader. Zagreb: Multimedia Institute. 216 pp. (English)/(Croatian)
  • Krivokapić, Jelena; Milat, Petar, eds. Suplement Vizualnog Kolegija 1. 9 pp. (Croatian)
  • Didi-Huberman, Georges. (2012). Kore. Trans. Ksenija Stevanović. Zagreb: Multimedia Institute. 54 pp. (Serbian)
  • Keenan, Thomas; Eyal Weizman. (2012). Mengeleova lubanja - začeci forenzičke estetike. Trans. Tihana Bertek. Zagreb: Multimedia Institute. 81 pp. (Croatian)
  • Krasznahorkai, László. (2012). Posljednji vuk. Trans. Viktorija Šantić. Zagreb: Multimedia Institute. 39 pp. (Croatian)
  • Krasznahorkai, László, and Max Neumann (2014). UnutraJeŽivotinja. Trans. Viktorija Šantić. Zagreb: Multimedia Institute. 47 pp. (Croatian)
  • Rancière, Jacques. (2015). Béla Tarr, vrijeme od poslije. Trans. Sana Perić. Zagreb: Multimedia Institute. 103 pp.
explicit music series
Sve se svodi na estetiku i političku ekonomiju series [1]

In collaboration with Kuda.org.

Prijatelji series

In collaboration with Kulturteger.

  • Ugrešić, Dubravka. (2015). Karaoke kultura. Zagreb: Multimedia Institute & Kulturteger. 164 pp. (Croatian)
  • Badiou, Alain. (2016). Metafizika stvarne sreće. Trans. Antonia Banović and Dorotea-Dora Held. Zagreb: Multimedia Institute & Kulturteger. 117 pp. Trans. of Métaphysique du bonheur réel (2015). [2] (Croatian)
  • Malabou, Catherine. (2016). Ontologia nezgode: esej o razaralačkoj plastičnosti. Trans. Marko Gregorić. Zagreb: Multimedia Institute & Kulturteger. 126 pp. Trans of Ontologie de l'accident (2009). (Croatian)
Other books
  • Balibar, Étienne. (2011). Nasilje i civilnost. Wellekova predavanja. Trans. Tomislav Medak. Belgrade: Cetre for Media and Communication; Zagreb: Multimedia Institute. 196 pp. (Croatian)
  • Medak, Tomislav; Milat, Petar, eds. (2013). Idea of Radical Media / Ideja radikalnih medija. Zagreb: Multimedia Institute. 256 pp. (English)/(Croatian)
  • Coleman, Gabriella. (2014). Kodiranje slobode: Etika i estetika hakovanja. Trans. Ljubica Gotić and Predrag Todić. Belgrade: Fakultet za medije i komunikacije - Univerzitet Singidunum, and Zagreb: Multimedia Institute. 395 pp. [3] [4]

Conference proceedings[edit]

Conference and festival newsletters[edit]

Catalogues[edit]

  • System.hack(). (2006). Zagreb: Multimedia Institute. 96 pp. (English)/(Croatian)
  • Medak, Tomislav; Milat, Petar, eds. (2013). Prospects of Arkzin / Izgledi Arkzina. Zagreb: Arkzin and Multimedia Institute. 48 pp. With DVD Arkzin Digital Archive / Digitalna arhiva Arkzina. (English)/(Croatian)

Other publications[edit]

Literature (about MaMa)[edit]

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