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Media, event listings: Kunstkritikk online magazine (*2003), U.F.O. exhibition guide.

Spaces: 0047 (since 2007), 1857 artist-run gallery (*2010), Akademirommet gallery (*2013), Akershus Kunstsenter, Atelier Nord (*1962), Atopia (*2007), Blå (*1998), Big Dipper record store, Black Box Teater (*1985), Café Mir, Cinemateket, Demon's Mouth artist-run gallery (*2014), Flatbread Society urban farm and art centre (*2012), Fotogalleriet (*1977), Henie-Onstad Art Centre (*1968), Kazachenko's Apartment (*2013), Kulturhuset (*2013), Kunsthall Oslo, Kunstnernes Hus (*1900), LYNX artist-run gallery (*2013), MELK artist-run photography gallery (*2009), Noplace artist-run gallery (*2011), Office for Contemporary Art Norway (*2001), Podium artist-run gallery (*2003), Schloss exhibition space (*2016), Stein og Jord record store, Tenthaus artist-run project space (*2011), Tidens Krav artist-run gallery, Tiger record store, Torpedo (*2005), Tronsmo bookstore (*1975), UKS gallery (*1921), Vandaler Forening (*2015), Vega theatre & cinema (*2018).
more: USE-IT city guide (2017).
Past spaces: Slow Space Bjørvika [1] (2010-14), Sound of Mu (2006-14).

Initiatives (with no permanent event venue): NOTAM (*1993), nyMusikk (*1938), PNEK (*2007), Praksis (*2015), Verdensteatret (*1986).

Festivals: PolyFøkt (2013), Only Connect (2013), Art.on.Wires (*2010), Oslo Screen Festival (*2008), All Ears (*2002), Ultima (*1991).
Events: Academy Lectures (*2012), Oslo Lux (*2011), Dans for Voksne concert series (*2003).
Past events: Technology and Emotions conference (2017), An Army of Liars: Situationists in Scandinavia exhibition (2016), Fluxus East exhibition (2010-11), RAM2 (2003), Electronic Art in Public Spaces conference (2002), International Rostrum of Electroacoustic Music biennial (1990).

Academy programs: Nordic Sound Art (2007-2009).

Art workers: Anne Hilde Neset, Apichaya Wanthiang (1989), Atle Selnes Nielsen (1978), Bjørn Bjarre, Christian Blom (1974), David M. Berry, Eirik Blekesaune, Ellen Røed, Eivind Røssaak, Farhad Kalantary, Frode Weium, HC Gilje (1969), Ina Blom, Inger Lise Hansen (1963), Ingrid Hölzl, Ivar Smedstad, Jana Winderen, Kristoffer Myskja (1985), Lars Mørch Finborud, Lasse Marhaug, Marius Watz, Marit Paasche, Niklas Adam, Per Platou, Per Teljer, Sten Ove Toft, Susanne Østby Sæther, Taina Bucher, Terje Rasmussen, Ulf A. S. Holbrook.

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