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'''Media''': [[Revue pro média]] (*2001), [[IM6]] (*2004), [[TIM - Teorie Interaktivních Médií]] journal (*2011).
 
'''Media''': [[Revue pro média]] (*2001), [[IM6]] (*2004), [[TIM - Teorie Interaktivních Médií]] journal (*2011).
  
'''Art workers''': [[Aleš Killián]] (1975), [[Adam Zbiejczuk]] (1982), [[Barbora Šedivá]] (1981), [[Barbora Trnková]], [[Christine Rahn]], [[David Možný]] (1963), [[Filip Cenek]] (1976), [[František Kowolowski]] (1967), [[Ivan Palacký]] (1967), [[Jana Horáková]], [[Jennifer Helia DeFelice]], [[Jozef Cseres]] (1961), [[Lukáš Hájek]] (1980), [[LP Fish]] (1973), [[Martina Ivičičová]], [[Michal Fridrich]], [[Pavel Sterec]] (1985), [[Peter Rónai]] (1953), [[Petr Herzán]] (1976), [[Petr Macek]], [[Prokop Holoubek]] (1978), [[Richard Fajnor]] (1965), [[Tomáš Hrůza]] (1979), [[Robert Mořkovský]], [[Petr Strouhal]], [[Tomáš Vavříček]] (1985), [[Václav Ondroušek]] (1977), [[Václav Peloušek]] (1988), [[Věra Lukášová]], [[Šárka Svobodová]] (1980)
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'''Art workers''': [[Aleš Killián]] (1975), [[Adam Zbiejczuk]] (1982), [[Barbora Šedivá]] (1981), [[Barbora Trnková]], [[David Možný]] (1963), [[Filip Cenek]] (1976), [[František Kowolowski]] (1967), [[Ivan Palacký]] (1967), [[Jana Horáková]], [[Jennifer Helia DeFelice]], [[Jozef Cseres]] (1961), [[Lukáš Hájek]] (1980), [[LP Fish]] (1973), [[Martina Ivičičová]], [[Michal Fridrich]], [[Ondřej Merta]] (1980), [[Pavel Sterec]] (1985), [[Peter Rónai]] (1953), [[Petr Herzán]] (1976), [[Petr Macek]], [[Prokop Holoubek]] (1978), [[Richard Fajnor]] (1965), [[Tomáš Hrůza]] (1979), [[Robert Mořkovský]], [[Petr Strouhal]], [[Tomáš Vavříček]] (1985), [[Václav Ondroušek]] (1977), [[Václav Peloušek]] (1988), [[Věra Lukášová]], [[Šárka Svobodová]] (1980)
  
  
 
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Brno, Czech Republic. Geographical and social links to Prague, Bratislava, Ostrava, Vienna.

Initiatives and groups: Anymade, Carpets Curtains, CEICA, Fiume, Midi Lidi, Moire.
Past initiatives and groups: Auvid (1999-2004).

Spaces: 4AM Forum for Architecture and Media (*2010), The Brno House of Arts (*1910), Fléda, Galerie Eskort, Spolek, Skleněná louka center.

Festivals: Multiplace, Art's Birthday Party, New New! audiovisual festival (*2005), Zoom new media festival (*2005), Uchoko festival of new audiovisual culture and communication (*2007), Exposition of New Music (*1993).
Past festivals: Multimontea, Exposition of Experimental Music (1969-70).
Events: Media-Performance symposia (since 2007), Cyberspace conference (*2003), Kazzzm, Itch My Ha Ha Ha.
Urban Events: Urban reset, Living Vandalism.
Past events: Frisbee exhibition (2006), Pumaprt, Audiovideocirkus (2004), Hi-tech/Art (1994-97).

Academy programs: MultiMedia FaVU VUT and Video FaVU VUT University of Technology, Medialab FSS and Department of Media Studies and Journalism FSS Masaryk University, Department of Musicology FF Masaryk University (includes Interactive Media Theory program).

Media: Revue pro média (*2001), IM6 (*2004), TIM - Teorie Interaktivních Médií journal (*2011).

Art workers: Aleš Killián (1975), Adam Zbiejczuk (1982), Barbora Šedivá (1981), Barbora Trnková, David Možný (1963), Filip Cenek (1976), František Kowolowski (1967), Ivan Palacký (1967), Jana Horáková, Jennifer Helia DeFelice, Jozef Cseres (1961), Lukáš Hájek (1980), LP Fish (1973), Martina Ivičičová, Michal Fridrich, Ondřej Merta (1980), Pavel Sterec (1985), Peter Rónai (1953), Petr Herzán (1976), Petr Macek, Prokop Holoubek (1978), Richard Fajnor (1965), Tomáš Hrůza (1979), Robert Mořkovský, Petr Strouhal, Tomáš Vavříček (1985), Václav Ondroušek (1977), Václav Peloušek (1988), Věra Lukášová, Šárka Svobodová (1980)


Cities
media culture of the 1990s and onwards

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