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GbR zu übernehmen.
 
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Initiated by the artist group [[Handshake]] ([[Barbara Aselmeier]], [[Joachim Blank]], [[Armin Haase]], [[Karl Heinz Jeron]]), [[Thomax Kaulmann]], [[Frank Kunkel]] and [[Gereon Schmitz]] as a virtual community in the vein of [[Amsterdam]]'s [[De Digitale Stad]]. From 1994 to 1998, it reconstructed urban and social spaces for encounter on the Web until it had to be discontinued due to lack of funding.  
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Initiated by the artist group [[Handshake]] ([[Barbara Aselmeier]], [[Joachim Blank]], [[Armin Haase]], [[Karl Heinz Jeron]]) and  [[Thomax Kaulmann]], [[Frank Kunkel]], [[Gereon Schmitz]] as a virtual community in the vein of [[Amsterdam]]'s [[De Digitale Stad]]. From 1994 to 1998, it reconstructed urban and social spaces for encounter on the Web until it had to be discontinued due to lack of funding.  
  
 
Based in [[Berlin]]. In 1996 turned into private company. In the peak had almost 300 paying customers. Ended on 1 April [[1998]].
 
Based in [[Berlin]]. In 1996 turned into private company. In the peak had almost 300 paying customers. Ended on 1 April [[1998]].
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"Almost parallel to The Digital City in Amsterdam, the Internationale Stadt Berlin was founded. For several years, in contrast to its dutch counterpart, at least by name, there was no institute behind this network. There was primarily a core group, active in the local Berlin scene, that invited collegues and friends to create a network, like a city with inhibitants. But as with Ljudmila, the network was mostly used by artists and those working in independent organisations. Internationale Stadt Berlin did dissappear as a central server, but in the context of the continuous building and construction activity of the city Berlin, the people of Internationale Stadt Berlin have just moved to other areas in town and have reorganised in multiple new artservers and workspaces." Walter van der Cruijsen
 
"Almost parallel to The Digital City in Amsterdam, the Internationale Stadt Berlin was founded. For several years, in contrast to its dutch counterpart, at least by name, there was no institute behind this network. There was primarily a core group, active in the local Berlin scene, that invited collegues and friends to create a network, like a city with inhibitants. But as with Ljudmila, the network was mostly used by artists and those working in independent organisations. Internationale Stadt Berlin did dissappear as a central server, but in the context of the continuous building and construction activity of the city Berlin, the people of Internationale Stadt Berlin have just moved to other areas in town and have reorganised in multiple new artservers and workspaces." Walter van der Cruijsen
  
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http://www.digitalcraft.org/?artikel_id=78
 
http://www.digitalcraft.org/?artikel_id=78
 
http://www.icf.de
 
http://www.icf.de

Revision as of 10:57, 3 April 2017

Die Internationale Stadt Berlin wurde am 1.1.1995 von Künstlern und Netzfreaks gegründet. Bis zu diesem Zeitpunkt waren 6 der 7 Gründungsmitglieder Internet−User, die auf die Bereitstellung von Internet−Diensten eines kommerziellen Internetanbieters in Berlin angewiesen waren. Zum Jahreswechsel entschloss man sich die Providing−Struktur inklusive User von Contributed Software GbR zu übernehmen.

Initiated by the artist group Handshake (Barbara Aselmeier, Joachim Blank, Armin Haase, Karl Heinz Jeron) and Thomax Kaulmann, Frank Kunkel, Gereon Schmitz as a virtual community in the vein of Amsterdam's De Digitale Stad. From 1994 to 1998, it reconstructed urban and social spaces for encounter on the Web until it had to be discontinued due to lack of funding.

Based in Berlin. In 1996 turned into private company. In the peak had almost 300 paying customers. Ended on 1 April 1998.

"Almost parallel to The Digital City in Amsterdam, the Internationale Stadt Berlin was founded. For several years, in contrast to its dutch counterpart, at least by name, there was no institute behind this network. There was primarily a core group, active in the local Berlin scene, that invited collegues and friends to create a network, like a city with inhibitants. But as with Ljudmila, the network was mostly used by artists and those working in independent organisations. Internationale Stadt Berlin did dissappear as a central server, but in the context of the continuous building and construction activity of the city Berlin, the people of Internationale Stadt Berlin have just moved to other areas in town and have reorganised in multiple new artservers and workspaces." Walter van der Cruijsen

Links

http://www.digitalcraft.org/?artikel_id=78 http://www.icf.de

Articles
diverse texts and authors
http://www.digitalcraft.org/?artikel_id=352&PHPSESSID=e9b5a46689deea13e1b01b87aecfb705