Geneva

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Spaces: 3353 project space (*2018), L'Abri culture space, Bongo Joe Records record store & bar (*2013), Cave12 music venue (*1989), Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève kunsthalle (*1974), Le Commun exhibition space (*2009), Duplex / Walden art workshops (*2000), L'Écurie music venue (*2012), Forde artist/curator-run space (*1994), Grütli live arts venue, Halle Nord (*2010), HIT artist-run space (*2013), Kugler art studios (*2011), LiveInYourHead gallery (*2009), Musée d'Art moderne et contemporain (Mamco) museum (*1994), One Gee in Fog art space (*2014), Le Pavillon Bleu, Post Tenebras Lab hackerspace (*2009), Théâtre de l'usine performance space (*1989), Topic independent art space (*2013), L'Usine culture centre, Zabriskie Point art space (*2011), ZebraLab photo lab and cinema (*1996).
Past spaces: Centre pour l'Image Contemporaine (1985-2008).

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

Festivals: [1] live arts festival (*2011), La Bâtie (*1977), Black Movie independent film festival (*2001), Les Créatives women's festival (*2005), DAF, Face Z music festival (*2006), FIFDH film festival and forum for human rights (*2003).
Past festivals: Mapping Festival (*2005), Version (*1994).
Past events: Geneva Girl Geek Dinners (from 2012), WSIS? We Seize! (2003), dorkbotswiss (*2006).

Media: basic.ch (*1998).

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

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


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