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'''Initiatives''': [[Adilkno]] (*1983), [[De Balie]], [[Institute of Network Cultures]] (*2004), [[Montevideo]], [[STEIM]], [[Virtueel Platform]] (*1998), [[Waag Society]] for Old and New Media (*1994), [[xs4all]] (*1993).
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'''Initiatives''': [[Adilkno]] (*1983), [[De Balie]], [[Institute of Network Cultures]] (*2004), [[Montevideo]], [[STEIM]] (*1967), [[Virtueel Platform]] (*1998), [[Waag Society]] for Old and New Media (*1994), [[xs4all]] (*1993).
  
 
'''Festivals''': [[Next 5 Minutes]] (*1993).<br>
 
'''Festivals''': [[Next 5 Minutes]] (*1993).<br>

Revision as of 22:41, 25 September 2007

Initiatives: Adilkno (*1983), De Balie, Institute of Network Cultures (*2004), Montevideo, STEIM (*1967), Virtueel Platform (*1998), Waag Society for Old and New Media (*1994), xs4all (*1993).

Festivals: Next 5 Minutes (*1993).
Events: Culture 2.0 (2007), Recalling RFID (2007), New Network Theory conference (2007), (C)lick Me netporn festival (2007).
Past events: The Art and Politics of Netporn conference (2005), Incommunicado conference (2005), E-Culture Fair 2 (2003), E-Culture Fair (2000), Net.Congestion (2000), Tulipomania DotCom conference (2000), That Media Thing 1+2 symposium (1999), P2P Conference (1997).

Spaces: De Balie, Quarantine, Waag Society.

Art workers: Eric Kluitenberg (1965), Geert Lovink (1959), Irad Lee.


Cities
media culture of the 1990s and onwards

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