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'''Initiatives''': [[A.M. 180]], [[Ciant]], [[Guma Guar]], [[Lemurie]], [[Muteme]], [[ScArt]], [[Tranzit]].<br>
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'''Initiatives and groups''': [[A.M. 180]], [[Ciant]], [[Guma Guar]], [[Lemurie]], [[Muteme]], [[ScArt]], [[Tranzit]].<br>
 
'''Past initiatives''': [[Radio Jeleni]].
 
'''Past initiatives''': [[Radio Jeleni]].
  

Revision as of 13:20, 21 December 2005

Prague does not exist anymore, it is given away to tourists and other capitalists. Marx was right: whatever you can sell will finally go to pieces. So Prague perished. Europa came to bury Prague.


Initiatives and groups: A.M. 180, Ciant, Guma Guar, Lemurie, Muteme, ScArt, Tranzit.
Past initiatives: Radio Jeleni.

Academy: New Media AVU, New Media Studies at Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship at the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Charles University.

Spaces: Entrance Gallery, Futura, Galerie Display, Gallery Jelení, Gallery of Václav Špála, Karlín Studios, NoDimension, Školská 28.

Festivals: Enter Multimediale, Multiplace.
Past festivals: Datatransfer, In Out.
Past events: Digital.ZOOO, FM@dia.

Magazines: A2, Ateliér, Cinepur, HIS Voice, Umělec.

Art workers: Aleš Černý, Bohuš Získal, David Černý, Denisa Kera, Federico Diaz, Jan Mucska, Kryštof Kintera, Markéta Baňková, Michael Bielický, Milan Guštar, Miloš Vojtěchovský, Pavel Sedlák, Pavel Smetana, Petra Vargová, Tomáš Dvořák, Silver.