Bratislava

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Bratislava is a city in Slovakia. Geographical and social links to Trnava, Brno, Prague, Vienna.


Initiatives: 13m3 (*2005), Atrakt Art (*2000), Col-me (*2007), Eject (*2006), Itchy bit (*2005), KARTEL (*2003), K2IC (*2000), Kufrik Brothers (*2002), NADA (*2003), Over4Tea, RGB (*2002), Satori (*1999), Tranzit (*2002), Urbsounds (*2001), Lengow & HEyeRMEarS (*1997), Vapori del Cuore (*1993), Voice Over Noise, Wegart (*1995), SNEH (*1990), Experimental Studio of Slovak Radio (*1965).
Past initiatives: Balvan (1987 - 92), Transmusic comp. (1989-96), BURUNDI lab (2003-05), Buryzone (2001-03), CECM.


Festivals: Digitopia music sessions (*2002), Multiplace network culture festival (*2002), Next music festival (*2000), Wilsonic music festival (*2000), Evenings of New Music (*1990).
Past festivals: Next Life Visual (2007), Demobit (1995-2001), Sound Off (1995-2002), FEM, Bee 96 Camp, Bee 95 Camp, FIT - Festival of intermedia creativity (1991-2), San Francisco Performance Art Festival (1991).
Events: VideoArt IFF Bratislava (*2007), Art's Birthday Party (since 2006).
Past events: New Media Explorer (*2008), Dig it all exhibition (2008), Summer Open Academy (2006, 2007), Information Technologies in Music workshop (2005), New Media Nation (2002-3), Musix – Tronic symposium (1999), Computer Graphics and Electronic Mail Art (1994-98), Musicsolarium (1993-4), Why Cage? (1992), IFEM (1992/94).

Spaces: 13m3 (*2006), A4 - Zero Space (*2003), Cvernovka (*2008), HIT Gallery (*2003), Gallery Medium (*1991), Progressbar hackerspace (*2010), SPACE Gallery (*1999), SubClub (*2005), Tranzit studios.


Media: 3/4 (*1999), EXtempore (*2004), Gergaz netlabel (*2008), Profil (*1991), radioART (*2001), Vlna (*1999), Tlis (*1981).


Academy programs: Intermedia and Multimedia Department AFAD, Painting and Other Media Department AFAD, Photography and New Media Department AFAD.


Art workers (as of 2006): Alex Gutrai, Ana Filip (1979), Andrej Chudý, Anetta Mona Chisa (1975), Barbara Huber (1976), Barbora Šedivá (1981), Branislav Matis (1977), Boris Ondreička (1969), Daniel Matej (1963), Daniel Tóth (1982), Dušan Barok (1979), Ivana Moncoľová (1980), Ján Šicko (1977), Jonatán Pastirčák, Juraj Čarný (1974), Juraj Ďuriš (1954), Juraj Hubinák (1983), Juraj Sukop (1981), Katarína Rusnáková, Ľubica Lacinová (1959), Ľubomír Burgr (1964), Ľubomír Nosko (1977), Lucia Tkáčová (1977), Magdaléna Kobzová (1981), Marcela Lukáčová (1980), Marek Kianička (1977), Marek Kvetán (1976), Marek Piaček (1972), Mária Rišková (1974), Mária Čorejová (1975), Marko Horban (1975), Martin Burlas, Martin Piaček, Martin Šperka (1945), Martinka Bobrikova, Michal Čudrnák (1981), Michal Lichý (1973), Michal Murin (1963), Mira Keratová (1977), Oliver Rehák (1973), Peter Agat Huba (1974), Peter Drmlík (1978), Peter Gonda (1983), Peter Rónai (1953), Roman Berco Balog (1974), Saša Gojdičová (1980), Slávo Krekovič (1977), Tobiáš Potočný (1979), Vladimíra Pčolová (1975), Zden (1975), Zuzana Duchová (1980).

Personal summaries of 2006: Bratislava in 2006.


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