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Electrohype is a nonprofit organization promoting and advocating computer based art in Sweden and the other Nordic countries. Based in [[Malmo]], founded in [[1999]].
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'''Electrohype''' is a nonprofit organization promoting and advocating computer based and technological art in [[Sweden]] and the other Nordic countries. At the present time this art genre lacks its own established forum in geographical region. Electrohype's main objective is establish the basis for growth and a supportive environment this art form in Scandinavia. [http://www.electrohype.org/eng.html (2020)]
  
Since [[2000]] organizes the biennial for computer based and high technological art:
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The organisation was founded in [[1999]] and is based in [[Malmö]].
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* 6th biennial, 27 Nov - 30 Jan 2010
 
  
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Between 2000-2010 it organised a Nordic biennial for computer based and high technological art.
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* Electrohype 2000: The first biennial for computer based and technological art, 25-29 Oct 2000. Coordinator: Anna Kindvall. [http://www.electrohype.org/electrohype2000/index.html]
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* Electrohype 2002: The second biennial for computer based and technological art, 23-27 Oct 2002. [http://www.electrohype.org/electrohype2002/index.html]
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* Electrohype 2004: The third biennial for computer based and technological art, 27 Nov 2004-23 Jan 2005. [http://www.electrohype.org/electrohype2004/index.html]
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* Electrohype 2006: The forth biennial for computer based and technological art, 9 Dec 2006-7 Jan 2007. [http://www.electrohype.org/2006/index.html]
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* Electrohype 2008: The fifth biennial for computer based and technological art, 15 Nov 2008-25 Jan 2009. [http://www.electrohype.org/2008/index2008.html]
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* Electrohype 2010: Sixth biennial for electronic art, 27 Nov-30 Jan 2010. Exhibition curated by [[Anna Kindvall]] and [[Lars Gustav Midbøe]].
  
http://www.electrohype.org/
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[[Category:Media art festivals]]
 
[[Category:Media art festivals]]

Latest revision as of 14:41, 10 January 2020

Electrohype is a nonprofit organization promoting and advocating computer based and technological art in Sweden and the other Nordic countries. At the present time this art genre lacks its own established forum in geographical region. Electrohype's main objective is establish the basis for growth and a supportive environment this art form in Scandinavia. (2020)

The organisation was founded in 1999 and is based in Malmö.

Between 2000-2010 it organised a Nordic biennial for computer based and high technological art.

  • Electrohype 2000: The first biennial for computer based and technological art, 25-29 Oct 2000. Coordinator: Anna Kindvall. [1]
  • Electrohype 2002: The second biennial for computer based and technological art, 23-27 Oct 2002. [2]
  • Electrohype 2004: The third biennial for computer based and technological art, 27 Nov 2004-23 Jan 2005. [3]
  • Electrohype 2006: The forth biennial for computer based and technological art, 9 Dec 2006-7 Jan 2007. [4]
  • Electrohype 2008: The fifth biennial for computer based and technological art, 15 Nov 2008-25 Jan 2009. [5]
  • Electrohype 2010: Sixth biennial for electronic art, 27 Nov-30 Jan 2010. Exhibition curated by Anna Kindvall and Lars Gustav Midbøe.
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