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'''Initiatives''': [[D Media]], [[E-Cart]] (*2006), [[subREAL]] (*1990), [[Centre for Visual Introspection]], [[Paradis Garaj]], [[Postspectacle]], [[The Bureau of Melodramatic Research]] (*2009).
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'''Initiatives''': [[D Media]], [[E-Cart]] (*2006), [[subREAL]] (*1990), [[Centre for Visual Introspection]], [[Paradis Garaj]], [[Postspectacle]], [[The Bureau of Melodramatic Research]] (*2009), [[CriticAtac]].
  
 
'''Festivals''': [[EXPIFF]] (2010), [[Rokolectiv]].<Br>
 
'''Festivals''': [[EXPIFF]] (2010), [[Rokolectiv]].<Br>

Revision as of 22:54, 11 September 2011

Initiatives: D Media, E-Cart (*2006), subREAL (*1990), Centre for Visual Introspection, Paradis Garaj, Postspectacle, The Bureau of Melodramatic Research (*2009), CriticAtac.

Festivals: EXPIFF (2010), Rokolectiv.
Past events: The Ist Congress of the Spectral Institutions (2011), Portraits of the Artists as Young Artists exhibition (2009), Kinema Ikon exhibition (2005), 010101 exhibition (1994), Media Culpa exhibition (1995), Ex Oriente Lux exhibition (1993).

Spaces: Atelier 35, factor92 gallery, UNAgaleria.

Media: E-Cart magazine (*2003), The Long April. Texts About Art magazine.

Art workers: Arnold Schlachter, Cãlin Dan, Corina L. Apostol, Florin Tudor (1974), Irina Cios, Mona Vătămanu (1968), Raluca Velisar (1976), Raluca Voinea, Sasha-Liviu Stoianovici (1978), Simina Neagu, Stefan Tiron, Veda Popovici.


Cities
alternative base

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