Difference between revisions of "Ljubljana"

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'''Initiatives''': [[kiberpipa]], [[Ljudmila]] digital media lab, [[ArtNetLab]] Society for Connecting Art and Science (*2000).
 
'''Initiatives''': [[kiberpipa]], [[Ljudmila]] digital media lab, [[ArtNetLab]] Society for Connecting Art and Science (*2000).
  
'''Festivals''': [[City of Women]] (*1995), [[Haip]] (*2004), [[IFCA]] (*1995), [[Red Dawns]] (*2000).<br>
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'''Festivals''': [[Earzoom]] (*2009), [[City of Women]] (*1995), [[Haip]] (*2004), [[IFCA]] (*1995), [[Red Dawns]] (*2000).<br>
 
'''Past festivals''': [[hEXPO]] (2000), [[Crossing Over]] video mini-festival (1999).<br>
 
'''Past festivals''': [[hEXPO]] (2000), [[Crossing Over]] video mini-festival (1999).<br>
 
'''Past events''': [[Beauty and the East]] Nettime conference (1997).
 
'''Past events''': [[Beauty and the East]] Nettime conference (1997).

Revision as of 14:30, 8 December 2009

Initiatives: kiberpipa, Ljudmila digital media lab, ArtNetLab Society for Connecting Art and Science (*2000).

Festivals: Earzoom (*2009), City of Women (*1995), Haip (*2004), IFCA (*1995), Red Dawns (*2000).
Past festivals: hEXPO (2000), Crossing Over video mini-festival (1999).
Past events: Beauty and the East Nettime conference (1997).

Spaces: Ljudmila (*1994), Metelkova, Škuc Gallery (*1978).

Media: Informator (*2000).

Art workers: Aleš Vaupotič, Barbara Borcic, Borut Savski, Gorazd Krnc (1973), Marina Grzinic, Marko Peljhan, Michael Benson, Narvika Bovcon, Tilen Žbona (1976), Vanja Mervič, Vuk Ćosić (1966).


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