From 1993 to 1999 Media-Scape was taking a place in Zagreb, in Mimara Museum (1993), MM (Multimedijski) Centar (1994), HDLU (Croatian Association of Artists) and DAZ (Society of Croatian Architects) (1995), MSU (Museum of Contemorary Art) (1996-1999). The most profiled personalities in helping Media-Scape to curate were Bojan Baletic (University Zagreb, School of Architecture) and Mladen Lucic (Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb).
In 2006 Media-Scape moved to the Croatian town Novigrad/Cittanova in Istria, Croatia, first in the space of Gallery RIGO, and in the next years also Muzej/Museo Lapidarium. Co-curators and organizers of Media-Scape in Novigrad are Jerica Ziherl, art historian, director and curator of Gallery RIGO and Museum Lapidarium and Niksa Gligo, professor at University of Zagreb, Music Academy and member of Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
Since 2006 Media-Scape also took place in Berlin, at the Galerie der Künste (GdK), under the title "Strictly Berlin". This is a collaborative work together with many artists living temporary or permanently in Berlin, who show their works using media art. Artistic Director of GdK Noam Braslavsky is helping this project to be realised.