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'''Media''': [[Maska]] publishing (*1999), [[Informator]] (*2000).
 
'''Media''': [[Maska]] publishing (*1999), [[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).
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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), [[Tjaša Pureber]], [[Vanja Mervič]], [[Vuk Ćosić]] (1966).
  
  
 
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Revision as of 11:08, 11 August 2011

Initiatives: kiberpipa, Ljudmila digital media lab, ArtNetLab Society for Connecting Art and Science (*2000), Radical Education Collective, Maska (*1999).

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: This Is All Film! Experimental Film in Yugoslavia 1951-1991 exhibition (2010-11), Beauty and the East Nettime conference (1997).

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

Media: Maska publishing (*1999), 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), Tjaša Pureber, Vanja Mervič, Vuk Ćosić (1966).


Cities
alternative base

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