Warsaw

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City in Poland. Social links to Krakow, Lodz, Wroclaw.

Spaces: Fundacja Arton gallery (*2010), Café Kulturalna, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle (*1985), Czułość gallery (*2010), Galeria Dawid Radziszewski (*2013), Foksal Gallery (*1966), Galeria Kohana (*2014), Galeria Monopol, Galeria Propaganda (*2007), Galeria Salon Akademii, Galeria Starter, Galeria Stereo (*2009), Leto Gallery (*2007) lokal_30 (*2003), Museum of Modern Art (*2012), OSiR Cafe, Piktogram Gallery (*2013), Powiekszenie/Plan Be cafe club, Raster gallery, Super Salon bookstore (*2012), Zachęta – National Gallery of Art (*1860).
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Initiatives (with no permanent event venue): Centrum Cyfrowe, EA, Grupa ETC, Komuna// Warszawa, Neurobot, Obywatelskie Forum Sztuki Współczesnej (*2009), Open Source Culture Foundation, Panoptykon (*2009), Polish Radio Experimental Studio (*1957).

Festivals: Musica Genera (since 2009), Moving Closer (*2007), Flesztival (*2003), Warsaw Autumn (*1956).
Past festivals: LAB festival/exhibition (1991-97).
Events: Warsaw Art Book Fair (*2015), CopyCamp (*2012), Upgrade! Warsaw (*2007).
Past events: The Wild West. A History of Wrocław's Avant-Garde exhibition (2015), Open Government Data Camp (2011), Medialab Warszawa (2011), The Labour of the Multitude? conference (2011), The future is not what it used to be exhibition (2010), Kultura 2.0 (2006), Translocation new media/art exhibition and symposium (1999), Internet Workshop 02 (1997), New Territory of Expression workshop (1996), In the Middle of Europe (1991).

Academy programs: Computer Music Studio AMUZ (*1990).

Archives: Archive of Polish Experimental Film, more.

Media: Notes magazine, polE magazine, Lado ABC label, MonotypeRec label, Szum magazine.

Art workers: Alek Tarkowski (1977), Aleksandra Hriszfeld, Aleksandra Janus, Artur Jaworski (aka Viön), Artur Kozdrowski (aka Podletz$), Arturas Bumšteinas, Darek Makaruk, Dominik Kowalczyk (aka Wolfram) (1969), Jacek Skolimowski (1980), Jacek Staniszewski (aka Facial Index), Jan Pieniazek, Jarosław Lipszyc (1975), Jozef Robakowski (1939), Kamil Antosiewicz (aka Membrana), Karol Suka (aka Arkona), Konrad Dulkowski, Konrad Smoleński (1977), Krzysztof Żwirblis (1953), Krzysztof Szlifirski (1934), Lukasz Ronduda (1976), Marta Sztanka (1975), Patryk Zakrocki (aka Meoma), Roch Forowitz (1978), Ryszard Kluszczynski (1952), Wiesław Godzic (1953), Wlodzimierz Kotonski (1925).

Articles
  • Marta Dubrzynska, Michiel van der Haagen, "A report about the Internet in Poland", c1996. [1]


Cities
media culture of the 1990s and onwards

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