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'''Media''': [[Informator]] (*2000).
 
'''Media''': [[Informator]] (*2000).
  
'''Art workers''': [[Aleš Vaupotič]], [[Barbara Borcic]], [[Borut Savski]], [[Gorazd Krnc]] (1973), [[Marina Grzinic]], [[Marko Batista]], [[Marko Peljhan]], [[Michael Benson]], [[Narvika Bovcon]], [[Tilen Žbona]] (1976), [[Vanja Mervič]], [[Vuk Ćosić]] (1966).
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'''Art workers''': [[Aleš Vaupotič]], [[Barbara Borcic]], [[Borut Savski]], [[Gorazd Krnc]] (1973), [[Marina Grzinic]], [[Marko Batista]], [[Marko Peljhan]], [[Michael Benson]], [[Narvika Bovcon]], [[Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez]] (1976), [[Tilen Žbona]] (1976), [[Vanja Mervič]], [[Vuk Ćosić]] (1966).
  
  
 
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Revision as of 19:32, 3 September 2010

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: KUD Mreža (*1995), Ljudmila (*1994), Metelkova, Škuc Gallery (*1978).

Media: Informator (*2000).

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


Cities
alternative base

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