Novi Sad

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Initiatives: Apsolutno (*1993), For Cultural Politics – Politics of Culture (*2009), kuda.org (*2000), Napon, p.RT (*1996), BAZA (*1996).

Festivals: Videomedeja (*1996).
Past events: Media Art Practice Collection exhibition (2010), The Wonderful World of irational.org: Tools, Techniques and Events 1996-2006 exhibition, Play Cultures exhibition and conference (2007), The Continuous Art Class (2005), Trans_european Picnic (2004), World-Information.Org (2003), Crossing Over video mini-festival (1998).

Spaces: kuda.org new media center (*2000), CK13 youth center (*2006), Izba cafe gallery (*2000).
Past spaces: Cyberns media lab (*1997).

Academy programs: New Media AU UNS, Media Studies FF UNS (*2004).
Past academy programs: Intermedial research AU UNS (1979-1991), Visual Studio AU UNS (1991-2002).

Media: kuda.read (*2004).

Art workers: Aleksandar Davić, Andrej Tisma (1952), Borka Stojić, Branka Ćurčić, Branka Milicić-Davić, Branka Tisma, Dragan Živančević, Gordana Nikolić, Jovan Trkulja (1973), Kristian Lukic, Vladan Joler, Vladimir Radišić (1976), Zoran Pantelić (1966).

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