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'''Art workers''': [[Arjen Mulder]], [[Darko Fritz]] (1966), [[Eric Kluitenberg]] (1965), [[Geert Lovink]] (1959), [[Irad Lee]], [James Beckett]] (1977), [[Josephine Bosma]], [[Marleen Stikker]] (1962), [[Matteo Pasquinelli]] (1974), [[Michel Waisvisz]] (1949), [[Paul Keller]] (1974), [[Sher Doruff]].
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'''Art workers''': [[Arjen Mulder]], [[Darko Fritz]] (1966), [[Eric Kluitenberg]] (1965), [[Geert Lovink]] (1959), [[Harold Schellinx]], [[Irad Lee]], [James Beckett]] (1977), [[Josephine Bosma]], [[Marleen Stikker]] (1962), [[Matteo Pasquinelli]] (1974), [[Michel Waisvisz]] (1949), [[Paul Keller]] (1974), [[Sher Doruff]].
  
  
  
 
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Revision as of 18:25, 1 July 2008

City in Netherlands. Social links to Rotterdam, The Hague, Berlin.


Initiatives: Adilkno (*1983), ASCII (*1999), De Balie (*1982), European Cultural Backbone (*1999), IAAA, Institute of Network Cultures (*2004), Mediamatic, Montevideo, STEIM (*1967), TAG, Virtueel Platform (*1998), Waag Society for Old and New Media (*1994), xs4all (*1993).
Past initiatives: Netband, Hacktic Network (1992-95).


Festivals: Victorian Circus (*2005), Sonic Acts (*1994), Next 5 Minutes (*1993), World Wide Video (*1982).
Events: Amsterdam Girl Geek Dinner (*2008), Doors of Perception conference (*1993).
Past events: Eclectic Tech Carnival (2008), VX:mission (2008), Video Vortex exhibition (2007-08), Mobile Music Workshop (2007), Culture 2.0 (2007), Recalling RFID (2007), New Network Theory conference (2007), C'lick Me netporn festival (2007), The Art and Politics of Netporn conference (2005), Incommunicado conference (2005), An Archaeology of Imaginary Media (2004), E-Culture Fair 2 (2003), World-Information.Org (2002), E-Culture Fair (2000), Net.Congestion (2000), Tulipomania DotCom conference (2000), That Media Thing 1+2 symposium (1999), Browser Day (1998-2002), P2P Conference (1997), Wetware Convention (1991), Galactic Hacker Party (1989).


Spaces: 11 club, De Balie (*1982), De Melkweg (*1970), ImagineIC, Mediamatic, Quarantine Series (2003-2004), TAG, Waag Society (*1994).
Past spaces: ASCII hacklab (1999-2006), Desk.nl media lab (1994-96).


Media: Nettime-nl (*1996), The Dutch Thing (*1996), De Digitale Stad (*1994).
Past media: Hack-Tic (1989-93).


Academy programs: New Media FGw UvA.


Art workers: Arjen Mulder, Darko Fritz (1966), Eric Kluitenberg (1965), Geert Lovink (1959), Harold Schellinx, Irad Lee, [James Beckett]] (1977), Josephine Bosma, Marleen Stikker (1962), Matteo Pasquinelli (1974), Michel Waisvisz (1949), Paul Keller (1974), Sher Doruff.


Cities
alternative base

Amsterdam, Bergen, Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, London, New York City, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rotterdam, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb