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Monoskop is a collaborative wiki research on the history of art, culture and media technology.

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Monoskop presentations

Novi Sad, July 2013

An Archive/Live Archive/UnArchive and Public Library workshop, with Kenneth Goldsmith (UbuWeb), Simon Worthington (Mute Magazine), Marcell Mars (Public Library), and kuda.org. The event was part of Aesthetic Education Expanded, a collaborative project by Berliner Gazette, Kontrapunkt, kuda.org, Multimedia Institute and Mute.

Prešov, October 2012

At the University of Prešov andragogy seminar led by Branislav Frk; and at Wave club in Prešov within CyberTalks series organised by Peter Pankuch, in a discussion with Kristian Lukić.

Rotterdam, July 2012

Unlimited Editions – A public discussion on personal collecting and media archiving. Launch of the Monoskop online library. TENT, Rotterdam.

Novi Sad, April 2012

Presentation at The Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina in Novi Sad, by User:Dusan, upon invitation by Luka Kulić. Part of the Digitizing Ideas project.

Brno, April 2012

Remake conference organised by Barbora Šedivá at The Brno House of Arts. Read the talk online, by User:Dusan.

Zagreb, December 2011

G33koskop seminar at Mama, organised by Marcell Mars. The first public presentation of still offline Monoskop file archive. Read the talk online, by User:Dusan.

Tallinn, October 2011

Gateways: Workshop for Curators from Central and Eastern Europe, by Mária Rišková.

Kiev, June 2011

By Barbora Šedivá.

Bratislava, May 2011

At the New Media Art & Digital Art Meeting Point seminar organised by 13 kubikov. Read the talk in PDF (Slovak), by User:Dusan.

Prague, June 2007

At the Glocals and Outsiders conference organised by Denisa Kera. Read the talk online, by User:Dusan.

Prague, February 2006

At the New Media programs in the Czech Republic seminar organised by Denisa Kera and Miloš Vojtěchovský. Variation of the text appeared in the Mag.Net publication in March 2006. Read the presention online, by User:Dusan.



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