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'''Events''': [[Girl Geek Dinners|Geneva Girl Geek Dinners]] (since 2012), [[WSIS? We Seize!]] (2003), [[dorkbotswiss]] (*2006).
 
'''Events''': [[Girl Geek Dinners|Geneva Girl Geek Dinners]] (since 2012), [[WSIS? We Seize!]] (2003), [[dorkbotswiss]] (*2006).
  
'''Spaces''': [[Centre pour l'image Contemporaine]], [[Forde]], [[Duplex]], [[Post Tenebras Lab]] hackerspace (*2009), [[ZebraLab]].
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'''Spaces''': [[Centre pour l'image Contemporaine]], [[Forde]], [[Duplex]], [http://onegeeinfog.com One Gee in Fog] art space (*2014), [[Post Tenebras Lab]] hackerspace (*2009), [[ZebraLab]].
  
 
'''Media''': [[basic.ch]] (*1998)
 
'''Media''': [[basic.ch]] (*1998)

Revision as of 13:20, 25 May 2019

Initiatives: Audioactivity (*2000), Collectif Fact, Loopmatic, N3krozoft Ltd, Zonoff.

Festivals: Version (*1994), Mapping Festival (*2005).
Events: Geneva Girl Geek Dinners (since 2012), WSIS? We Seize! (2003), dorkbotswiss (*2006).

Spaces: Centre pour l'image Contemporaine, Forde, Duplex, One Gee in Fog art space (*2014), Post Tenebras Lab hackerspace (*2009), ZebraLab.

Media: basic.ch (*1998)

Academy programs: Pôle art/media HEAD (*2003), immediat (*2004), Pôle CCC HEAD (*1997).

Art workers: [[John Armleder[1]]],Alexandre Joly, André Iten, Annelore Schneider (1979), Caroline Suard, Claude Piguet (1977), Hervé Graumann (1963), Nathalie Novarina (1967), Simon Lamunière, Stéphane Détruche, Swann Thommen (1979).


Cities
media culture of the 1990s and onwards

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