Difference between revisions of "Kiev"

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'''Past festivals''': [[KIMAF]] (2000-2002).<br>
 
'''Past festivals''': [[KIMAF]] (2000-2002).<br>
 
'''Events''': [http://www.theschoolofkyiv.org/ The School of Kyiv] (2015).<br>
 
'''Events''': [http://www.theschoolofkyiv.org/ The School of Kyiv] (2015).<br>
'''Past events''': [http://vcrc.org.ua/en/68-now/ The Kyiv International – '68 Now] (2018), [http://vcrc.org.ua/en/international/ The Kyiv International – Kyiv Biennial 2017] (2017), [[New Media Ukraine]] (2011).
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'''Past events''': [https://blackcloud.info/Exhibition Black Cloud – Kyiv Biennial 2019] exhibition (2019), [http://vcrc.org.ua/en/68-now/ The Kyiv International – '68 Now] (2018), [http://vcrc.org.ua/en/international/ The Kyiv International – Kyiv Biennial 2017] (2017), [[New Media Ukraine]] (2011).
  
 
'''Spaces''': [https://izolyatsia.org Izolyatsia] (*2014), [http://www.kievkino.com.ua/ Kyiv Kino] cinema (*1952), [[TanzLaboratorium]] (*1999).
 
'''Spaces''': [https://izolyatsia.org Izolyatsia] (*2014), [http://www.kievkino.com.ua/ Kyiv Kino] cinema (*1952), [[TanzLaboratorium]] (*1999).

Revision as of 10:24, 24 February 2020

The capital of Ukraine.

Initiatives: Bibliotheca (*2018), DzygaMediaLab, Hudrada, Institution of Unstable Thoughts (1996), Ketsalkoatl (*1995), Media Art Lab Kiev, Method Fund (*2015), Nexsound, Occupy Kyiv Cinemas (*2019), Open Place, PDTA vj team, Tenpoint, Visual Culture Research Center (*2008).

Festivals: Detali Zvuku (*2005), Kvitnu fest (2011), MediaDepo (*2008).
Past festivals: KIMAF (2000-2002).
Events: The School of Kyiv (2015).
Past events: Black Cloud – Kyiv Biennial 2019 exhibition (2019), The Kyiv International – '68 Now (2018), The Kyiv International – Kyiv Biennial 2017 (2017), New Media Ukraine (2011).

Spaces: Izolyatsia (*2014), Kyiv Kino cinema (*1952), TanzLaboratorium (*1999).

Media: Open Archive of Ukrainian Media Art, Korydor, CultProstir, Art Ukraine, Prostory (*2009).

Art workers: Aleksandr Vereschak, Alla Zagaykevych, Andriy Kiritchenko, Anton Degoda, Arsen Savadov,Dimitrij Fedorenko, Holota Anton (aka .AT/ON, 1985), Ianina Prudenko, Irina Markova, Ivan Tsupka, Katya Stukalova, Ludmila Montsiuk, Margarita Zinec, Natalia Golibroda, Natalia Manzhali, Olga Bryukhovetska, Oleksiy Radynski, Oleksiy Salmanov, Olexandr Gladun, Olexij Petrov, Svitlana Matviyenko, Yuriy Kruchak, Zavoloka (*1981).


Cities
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