Sofia

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Initiatives: Interspace, eskimo, gmt+2, art fest, E80 Association, designfield, SCAS (*1990).

Festivals: DA (2009), xfilm lectures (2008), filmini (*2007), orthogonal (*2012), Tiny Noise Festival (*2006), xfilm (*2005), Ambient.
Past festivals: Video Archaeology (1999-2001). DA Fest - International Digital Art Festival, National Art Academy 2009-

Events: Dorkbot Sofia (2011, *2004), Ignite Sofia (2011), ( Net User (*2001), The Upgrade! Sofia (*2005).
Past events: All Museums Are Virtual conference (2001), Computer Space 98 and The Violence of Information symposium (1998), Crossing Over video mini-festival (1996-97).

Spaces: The Fridge ATA Gallery, Dauhaus, Hambara, pistolet, red house, sfumato.

Publications: nonsofia, 39grama.

Mailinglists: elektrik_bg, artbox.

Academy programmes: Digital Arts MA NAA (2008).

Art workers: Alexander Alexandrov, Antony Rayzhekov, Bistra Slaveykova, Dejan Raikov (1979), Denitsa Petrova, Diliana Parvanova, Dimiter Kolev, Dona Madjarova, Evgeni Vasilev (1980), Galia Dimitrova, Georgi Penkov, Iara Boubnova, Iliyana Nedkova (1968), Ivo Ivanov, Jelko Terziev (1974), Kamen Merachev, Konstantin Petrov, Krassimir Terziev (1969), Kyd Campbell, Leda Ekimova (1980), Leonid Sharlandzhiev, Luchezar Boyadjiev (1957), Margarita Dorovska, Mira Padevska, Nikolai Angelov, Nikolay Chakarov (1971), Odilia Yankova, Pencho Parvanov, Petko Dourmana, Rene Beekman, Rummy Staneva, Stefan Abadjiev, Stefan Simov, Theodor Liho, Todor Penkov, Vania Valkova, Venelin Shurelov, Ventsislav Zankov, Virginia Zaharieva, Vladimir Djambazov, Yana Kostova, Yofka, Yovo Panchev, Bozhidar Stefanov.


Cities
media culture of the 1990s and onwards

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