Rotterdam

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City in the Netherlands. Social links to Amsterdam, The Hague, Brussels, Berlin.


Event listings: We Own Rotterdam.

Media: Fucking Good Art (*2003), MONU magazine on urbanism (*2004), Pages magazine (*2004), Surinoemer (*2007), Post Editions publishing house, Sea Urchin publishing house, Studio 3005 publishing house.

Spaces: De Aanschouw gallery, ADA, B.a.d Foundation studios (*1987), Blaak 10 gallery, CrossLab, DEK–22, Duende studios, Fam.RUIM gallery, Half Juni cafe (*2009), De Kapsalon (*2009), Kaus Australis studios (*1985), Kunst&Complex studios (*1981), Kunst Rotterdam Noord, Leeszaal Rotterdam West (*2012), Showroom MAMA (*1997), The New Institute (*2013), De Nieuwe Ruimte (*2015), OCW small-scale stage (*2009), Onono project space (*2017), Paranoot exhibition space, Peach exhibition space (*2015), Het Plafond (*1997), De Player sound gallery, Poortgebouw culture centre, Post--Office (P--O, *2012), Roodkapje cultural supermarket (*2010), Scrap XL store, Sils Rotterdam project space, SingerSweatShop studios (*2007), Sub-Urban Video Lounge (*2004), TENT exhibition space (*1999), De Unie, Upominki gallery (*2012), V2 (*1981), Het Wilde Weten studios, Witte de With art centre (*1990), W Lf_rt Projectspaces community space for performance art, WORM, WORM.Filmwerkplaats film lab, De Zwarte Ruyter.
Past spaces: Moddr (*2007).

Initiatives (without no permanent public venue): The Force Of Freedom (*2009), Homebrew Server Club, L.P. Hendriks, NAC, RAiR (*2008), Roger 10-4, STEALTH.unlimited (*2000), WORM Parallel University (*2013), Zwervende Tentoonstellingen (*2005).

Festivals: Floppy Totaal (*2014), deaf (*1994).
Past festivals: Manifestation for the Unstable Media (1986-1993).
Events: Relearn summer school (2017), Zine Camp (*2014), November Complex (*2014), Dorkbot Rotterdam (*2003).
Past events: P2P Conference (1997), ISEA96, V2_East Meeting on Documentation and Archives of Media Art in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe (1996).

Academy programs: Media Design and Communication Piet Zwart Institute (*2002), Communication in a Digital Age (PhD, *2008).
Past academy programs: Media Design Research (PhD, 2002-2006).

Art workers: Aldje van Meer, Amy Suo Wu, Ana A. Fernández (1979), Ana Džokić (1970), André Castro (1983), Aymeric Mansoux, Bram van Waardenberg, Brigit Lichtenegger, Cristina Cochior, Daniela Swarowsky, Deanna Herst, Dennis de Bel, Donna Metzlar, Edwin van der Heide (1970), Florian Cramer (1969), Gottfried Haider (1985), Jasper van Loenen, Javier Lloret (1983), Joana Chicau, Joris Strijbos, Julie Boschat Thorez, Károly Tóth (1957), Leslie Robbins, Lídia Pereira, Manetta Berends (1989), Marc Neelen (1970), Mariëtte Groot, Mathijs van Oosterhoudt, Micha Prinsen (1988), Michael Murtaugh, Michaela Lakova, Nat Muller, Renée Turner, Roel Roscam Abbing (1990), Sabrina Basten (1980), Sandra Fauconnier (1973), Silvio Lorusso, Steve Rushton, Stock, Timo Klok, Walter Langelaar.

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