Prague

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Prague, Czech Republic. Geographical and social links to Brno, Bratislava.


Groups and initiatives: A.M. 180 (*2003), Are (*2015), C2C (*2006), Centre of Global Studies (*2007), City Surfer (*2007), Guma Guar (*2001), IQ+1 ensemble (*2010), Kolektiv (*2014), M77 (*2009), Macula, MLOK (*2004), Muteme (*2003), Publick, ScArt (*2004), SEAH (*1990), Silver (*1994), Tranzit (*2002), Video Salon (*1987), Vilém Flusser Centre for Media and Culture Philosophy, Yo-Yo (*2008).
Past initiatives: CIANT (1998-2015), Radio Jeleni (2000-2004).

Festivals: Signal (2013), Enter (2007, 09, 11, 13), Cafe Neu Romance (2012), Babel Prague (2012), KontrA2punkt (2012), Reset (2008, 2010), Anemic (*2010), Lunchmeat (2010), /tmp/ Creative Destruction (*2008), Stimul (*2005) , Multiplace (since 2004), Datatransfer (*2001), Videoart Festival Prague (*2007).
Past festivals: TransGenesis (2006), Enter Multimediale (2000, 05), In Out (2003), Digital.ZOOO (2000), Last Underground (1999), Festival of Light (1991).
Events: Seed (*2011), Wakushoppu (*2010), Cybercultures conference (*2003), Confidence (*2003).
Past events: Sympozium VideoArt [1] (2015), MutaMorphosis conference (2007, 12), Imagosféra (2012), Urban Popcultures conference (2011), Media Archaeology conference (2010), Umění, věda a filosofie (pohledem třicátníků) lecture series (2010), Small Etudes (2007), Upgrade.Komensky.Dot.Org (2007), Share TAZ (2007), Blind Date (2006), New Media programs in the Czech Republic (2006), Trans DADA Express (2006), Art's Birthday Party (since 2005), Media-Performance symposium (2005), FM@dia (2004), CO14 lecture series (2003-05), Streets, Stories, Faces (2003), deKartografie (2003), Excavating the Future symposium (2001), Ready To... conference (2001), Media and Imagery symposium (2000), Translocation new media/art exhibition and symposium (1999), Action Word Movement Space exhibition (1999), Softmodern (1998), Dawn of the Magicians? (1996-7), Culture, Communication and New Technologies (1996), Along the Frontier (1996), Orbis Fictus (1994), Český obraz elektronický exhibition (1994), Computer Graphics in Fine Arts exhibition (1993), Prague Media Symposium (1991-98).


Media: A2 (*2005), Artlist, Artyčok, Ateliér, Baba Vanga music label (*2013), Cinepur, jlbjlt (*2006), konvergence.info, HIS Voice, Lemurie (*2004), Mediabaze.cz (*2010), Signals from Arkaim music label, Umělec (*1997), Živel (*1994).


Academy programs: New Media AVU (*1991), New Media 2 AVU, CAS (*2005), Supermedia UMPRUM (*2008), Graphic Design and New Media UMPRUM (*2005), New Media Studies UISK UK (*2006), Electronic Culture and Semiotics FHS UK, Electroacoustic and Multimedia Art HAMU, Institute of Intermedia (*2007).


Spaces: 22PRESENTS (*2009), BrmLab hackerspace (*2010), DigiLab (*2001), Entrance Gallery, Etc. galerie (*2004), Futura (*2003), Final club, The Hole Gallery (*2013), Hudební informační středisko (HIS, since 2017), Gallery Jelení, Karlín Studios, Kunsthalle Praha, Meet Factory (*2007), Museum Kampa (*2003), NoD (*1999), Norma Space gallery (*2016), Output Gallery (*2006), Paralelní Polis (*2014), Prádelna Bohnice (*2012), Školská 28 (*1999), SVIT gallery (*2010), Studio Béla cinefile club (*2012), Trafačka (*2006), Tranzitdisplay (*2007), Café V lese music bar (*2010), Xaoxax gallery & bookstore, Zvuk open media lab (*2017).
Past spaces: Ciant Gallery (*2007), C2C Gallery (*2006), Display Gallery, NoD Media Lab (2000-2001), LABoratory (1998-2003), Terminal Bar (1996-?), Utopia (*2003).


Art workers: Alena Kupčíková, Aleš Černý (1977), Aleš Zemene (1968), Alexandra Morales (1989), Anastasia Chrysanthakopoulou (1972), Andrej Boleslavský, Anetta Mona Chisa (1975), Bohuš Získal (1971), Borjana Dodova, Darina Alster (1979), David Černý (1967), David Šmitmajer (1986), Denisa Kera (1974), Federico Díaz (1971), František Týmal (1987), František Zachoval (1979), Gabriela Jurkovičová (1981), George Bagdasarov (1978), Gívan Belá/Guy van Belle, Hana Železná (1978), Initi, Ivor Diosi, Jakub Nepraš (1981), Jan Mucska, Jan Náleva (1985), Jan Rous (1981), Jakub Hybler (1974), Jiří Havlíček (1977), Jiří­ Rouš (1986), Josef Šlerka, Kateřina Bílková (1988), Katrin Vodrážková, Krištof Kintera (1973), Kryštof Pešek (1986), Ladislav Železný (1979), Laura Luna Castillo (1991), Lenka Dolanová (1979), Lloyd Dunn, Louis Armand (1972), Lubor Benda (1967), Lucia Udvardyová (1981), Lucie Svobodová (1963), Magdalena Hrubá (1978), Markéta Baňková (1969), Martin Blažíček (1976), Martin Kermes (1974), Matěj Strnad (1989), Michael Bielický (1954), Michaela Buchtová, Michal Cáb (1980), Michal Kindernay (1978), Michal Klodner (1975), Michal Mariánek (1976), Michal Pustějovský, Michal Rataj (1975), Mikuláš Podprocký (1978), Milan Guštar (1963), Miloš Vojtěchovský (1955), Ondřej Skala, Ondřej Vavrečka, Palo Fabuš (1983), Pash* (1984), Pavel Rejholec, Pavel Sedlák (1977), Pavel Smetana, Pavel Sterec (1985), Peter Gonda, Petr Šourek, Petr Svárovský, Peter Machajdík (1961), Petra Jedličková, Petra Vargová (1973), Prokop Bartoníček (1983), Radim Labuda (1976), Radomír Leszczynski (1945), Róbert Bittner (1980), Robert Horvitz (1947), Stanislav Abrahám (1977), Tamara Moyzes (1975), Tomáš Dvořák (1975), Tomáš Dvořák (Floex), Tomáš Pospiszyl (1967), Václav Janoščík, Václav Magid (1979), Veronika Trachtová (1982), Viktor Takáč (1982), Vilém Novák (1981), Vít Šisler, Vjera Borozan.


Cities
media culture of the 1990s and onwards

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