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[[Image:Schoen_Erhard_1538_Drei_maennliche_Figuren_in_einem_Raum.jpg|thumb|258px|[[Erhard_Schön|Illustration from Erhard Schön's book on perspective]], 1538.]]
 
[[Image:Chladni_1830_Akustik_Table_8.jpg|thumb|258px|[[Ernst_Chladni#Chladni_figures_.28Klangfiguren.29|Chladni figures]], 1802.]]
 
[[Image:Petzvals_camera.png|thumb|258px|[[Joseph_Petzval#Optics|''Voigtländer'' camera with Joseph Petzval's lens]], 1840.]]
 
[[Image:JE_Purkyne_kinesiskopic_disc.jpg|thumb|258px|[[Jan_Evangelista_Purkyně#Perception_of_space_and_movement.2C_photomicrography_.281827.E2.80.9353.29|Kinesiscopic disc with the portraits of Jan Evangelista Purkyně]], 1865.]]
 
[[Image:Pesanek_Zdenek_1930_Edisonka_6.jpg|thumb|258px|[[Zdeněk_Pešánek#.22Edisonka.22_.281926.E2.80.9330.29_and_collaboration_with_Prague.27s_Electric_Company|Zdeněk Pešánek's light-kinetic sculpture for the Edison transformer station, Prague]], 1930.]]
 
 
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==Recent additions to Monoskop (selection)==
 
==Recent additions to Monoskop (selection)==
<onlyinclude>* [[Art|An annotated index of styles and movements in modern and contemporary art worldwide, from the 1860s until today]]. (23 May 2016)
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* New resource on [[federated networks]]. (17 Sep 2019)
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* Entry on [[cyberfeminism]] has been expanded. (1 Jul 2019)
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* Section highlighting [[Women in concrete poetry|women in concrete, visual and sound poetry]]. (22 Dec 2018)
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* New documentary genealogy of the concept of [[Anthropocene]] and its reception across the arts and sciences. (13 Jun 2018)
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* Entry on [[concrete poetry]] has been greatly expanded. (24 Sep 2017)
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* Entry on [[kinetic art]] has been greatly expanded. (21 Aug 2017)
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* New extensive resource on [[performance art]]. (23 Jul 2017)
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* Collated resources on [[conceptual literature]]. (18 Apr 2017)
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* Entry on [[software art]] has been greatly expanded. (12 Apr 2017)
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* New collection on the work of [[Trisha Brown]]. (3 Apr 2017)
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* Bio-bibliographical profiles of artists and activists [[Gustav Metzger]] and [[Armin Medosch]]. (4 Mar 2017)
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* [[Neural aesthetics]], an overview of the intersections of art, design and artificial neural networks in machine learning. (29 Nov 2016)
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* [[Art|An annotated index of styles and movements in modern and contemporary art worldwide, from the 1860s until today]]. (23 May 2016)
 
* [[Art history|New page]] collects art historians and critics with bibliographies on the wiki. (26 Apr 2016)
 
* [[Art history|New page]] collects art historians and critics with bibliographies on the wiki. (26 Apr 2016)
 
* The [[Artists' cultures]] template has been finally split into several--more fitting--categories, namely: [[Art]], [[Moving Image]], [[Sound and Music]], [[Literature]], and [[Software]]. All of them are now listed in the left menu. On the scholarly side, the ''Theory'' template has been renamed [[Humanities]]. (26 Apr 2016)
 
* The [[Artists' cultures]] template has been finally split into several--more fitting--categories, namely: [[Art]], [[Moving Image]], [[Sound and Music]], [[Literature]], and [[Software]]. All of them are now listed in the left menu. On the scholarly side, the ''Theory'' template has been renamed [[Humanities]]. (26 Apr 2016)
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* Entry on [[post-internet art]]. (20 Feb 2016)
 
* Entry on [[post-internet art]]. (20 Feb 2016)
 
* Statements, catalogues, magazines and reception of early [[conceptual art]] around the world. (9 Dec 2015)
 
* Statements, catalogues, magazines and reception of early [[conceptual art]] around the world. (9 Dec 2015)
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* Monoskop stands [http://custodians.online/ in solidarity with Library Genesis and Sci-Hub]. (30 Nov 2015)
 
* Pages on the conceptual artists [[Július Koller]], [[Stano Filko]] and [[Peter Bartoš]]. (28 Nov 2015)
 
* Pages on the conceptual artists [[Július Koller]], [[Stano Filko]] and [[Peter Bartoš]]. (28 Nov 2015)
 
* [[Deleuze]] online. (20 Oct 2015)
 
* [[Deleuze]] online. (20 Oct 2015)
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* New categories: [[Electromagnetism]] (May 2011), [[SuperCollider]] (Sep 2010), [[Film labs]] (Jun 2010), [[:Category:Hauntology|Hauntology]] (May 2010), [[Surf clubs]] (Apr 2010).
 
* New categories: [[Electromagnetism]] (May 2011), [[SuperCollider]] (Sep 2010), [[Film labs]] (Jun 2010), [[:Category:Hauntology|Hauntology]] (May 2010), [[Surf clubs]] (Apr 2010).
 
* Research on the history of [[Media_art_in_CEE|media arts and culture in Central and Eastern Europe]]. (2009)
 
* Research on the history of [[Media_art_in_CEE|media arts and culture in Central and Eastern Europe]]. (2009)
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== Writings on Monoskop==
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==Events==
* [[Media:Barok_2014_Techniques_of_Publishing.pdf|A condensed introduction to Monoskop]] as part of a talk given at a seminar on publishing and distribution of texts in the humanities held at Tranzitdisplay in Prague, May 2014, (see Part III). Also [[Media:Barok_2014_K_technikam_publikovania.pdf|in Slovak]].
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[[Image:Monoskop_workshop_Panke_gallery_Berlin_2019.jpg|thumb|350px|Monoskop workshop at Panke gallery, Berlin, 2019.]]
* [[Media:Linkova_Barbora_2014_Monoskop_Interview.pdf|An interview]] with Barbora Linková for her thesis on artistic archives and archives of art. (in Czech and Slovak, March 2014)
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[[Image:Dusan_Barok_and_Monoskop_2018_Exhibition_Library_at_Mediacity_Biennale_Seoul_1.jpg|thumb|link=Exhibition_Library|350px|[[Exhibition Library]], 2018 ]]
* Alessandro Ludovico writes about Monoskop in his article on the liquid library in [http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2013-08-26-ludovico-de.html ''Springerin''] (in German) and [http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2013-08-26-ludovico-en.html ''Eurozine'']. (August 2013).
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[[Image:Dusan_Barok_and_Monoskop_2018_Exhibition_Library_at_Mediacity_Biennale_Seoul_2.jpg|thumb|link=Exhibition_Library|350px|[[Exhibition Library]], 2018 ]]
* Another [[Media:Monoskop_v_sieti_Rozhovor_Michala_Murina_s_Dusanom_Barokom_2012.pdf|interview]] appeared in the new issue of [http://www.profilart.sk/ ''Profil: Contemporary Art Magazine''] (4/2012), in Slovak. (March 2013)
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[[Image:Monoskop_Architecture_Novi_Sad_2017.jpg|thumb|link=Architecture#Introduction|150px|[[Architecture#Introduction|For a Flat Library of Architecture]], 2017 ]]
* ''Neural'' magazine published an [[Media:Dusan_Barok_Interview_Neural_2013.pdf|interview]] in its 44th issue, entitled ''Post-Digital Print''. (January 2013)  
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[[Image:IOK2015_1.1_Manfroid_Paul_Otlet.jpg|thumb|link=Ideographies_of_Knowledge|350px|[[Ideographies of Knowledge]], 2015 ]]
* [[Media:Bobnic_Robert_Smrke_Jurij_Sepetavc_Jasmina_Monoskop.pdf|An interview]] with Robert Bobnič and Jurij Smrke of a legendary Ljubljana-based student magazine [http://www.tribuna.si/ ''Tribuna''], in Slovenian. (January 2013).
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[[Image:Lost_Horse_Gallery_2012_Lucid_Light_Comp_2_REMAKE_Brno.jpg|thumb|350px|link=Remake|[[Remake]], 2012 ]]
* [[Media:Monoskop.column.TheWire.Nov2012.jpg|The Wire magazine takes on Monoskop]]. (October 2012)
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[[Image:ReCYSP1_2012_REMAKE_Brno.jpg|thumb|350px|link=Remake|[[Remake]], 2012 ]]
[[Monoskop:About#Writings_about_Monoskop|More]]
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* Monoskop has prepared a two-part session exploring [https://beastfilm.pt/news?header=15 Eastern European media culture through the lens of music video] for the third edition of the [http://beastfilm.pt/ Beast film festival] in [[Porto]]. Motivated by the lack of recognition of this medium in film festival circuits, the programme featured thirty works from Czechia, Slovakia, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Georgia and elsewhere created between 1980 and 2019. The festival organiser, [[OKNA]], is a unique centre for East European culture ran by a large, vibrant collective of local and migrant cultural workers. More to come! (5-6 October 2019)
 
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* On the occasion of the [http://creatingcommons.zhdk.ch/category/open-scores/ Open Scores] exhibition held at Panke.gallery in [[Berlin]], Monoskop has presented an [http://creatingcommons.zhdk.ch/reader-on-shadow-artistic-independent-autonomous-digital-libraries/ anthology on independent digital libraries], compiled from talks, interviews and lectures given by various protagonists in the past ten years. The "inverse" reader can be [https://monoskop.org/reader/ accessed online]. The exhibition features contributions from [[Aaaarg]], [[Memory of the World]], [[Sebastian_Lütgert|0xdb]], [[Neural]], [[Furtherfield]], [[Eva Weinmayr|AND publishing]] and many others and is accompanied by a number of lectures and workshops. Monoskop and wikis were subject of a [http://creatingcommons.zhdk.ch/wiki-what/ day-long workshop] with fifteen participants. The event series is organised by [http://creatingcommons.zhdk.ch/ Creating Commons], a ZHDK-based research project conducted by [[Felix Stalder]], [[Cornelia Sollfrank]] and [[Shusha Niederberger]]. [[Media:Open_Scores_2019_exhibition_guide.pdf|Exhibition guide]] (PDF). [https://www.facebook.com/panke.gallery/posts/796698997420934 Photos]. [https://www.facebook.com/events/582475215490769/] [https://www.facebook.com/events/652364415272796/] (21 September-12 October 2019)
== Events==
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* [https://www.hkw.de/en/programm/projekte/2019/the_whole_life/das_ganze_leben.php The Whole Life: Archives and Reality] event organised by Berlin's Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) and Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD) featured eleven seminars addressing the recent establishment of the [https://archiv-der-avantgarden.skd.museum/en/ Archiv der Avantgarden] in Dresden. The seminar led by Dušan Barok (Monoskop) addressed the problems of digitisation, connectivity and modes of presentation of art archives, with excursions to the Graphic Collection of SLUB library, the exhibition [https://riesa-efau.de/kunst-erleben/motorenhalle/aktuell-vorschau/ Poetry & Performance] at Motorenhalle, and a discussion with Vera Lauf, curator of the [https://gfzk.de/en/2019/debewusstes-unvermoegen-das-archiv-gabriele-stoetzer-1/ Gabriele Stötzer walk-in archive] staged at GfZK in Leipzig. In the limited frame of several days, participants produced an [https://twitter.com/dubravka/status/1131869254771499009 inventory of digital archiving ''isms'']. [[Media:The_Whole_Life_Academy_Dresden_Reader_2019.pdf|Academy Reader]]. [[Media:The_Whole_Life_Archives_and_Reality_2019.pdf|Event booklet]] (also available [[Media:Das_ganze_Leben_Archive_und_Wirklichkeit_2019.pdf|in German]]). (19-24 May 2019)
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* Monoskop was discussed as part of the [https://www.tabacka.sk/program/nova-europa/ New Europe] convention organised by Katarina Živanović and Marko Popović at Tabačka Kulturfabrik, [[Košice]]. [[Zuzana Révészová]] [https://kapital-noviny.sk/nova-europa-v-kontrapunkte-k-technooptimizmu/ wrote a report] for ''Kapitál'' (in Slovak). (24-25 Nov 2018)
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* Commissioned by the [http://mediacityseoul.kr/2018/ Seoul Mediacity Biennale 2018], Monoskop produced the first iteration of the ''[[Exhibition Library]]'', bringing together thirty, mostly newly created works in the form of catalogues of fictitious exhibitions. Contributors include [[Exhibition_Library#Monoskop in collaboration with the Archive of the Museum of American Art-Berlin|Museum of American Art-Berlin]], [[Exhibition_Library#Joana Chicau|Joana Chicau]], [[Exhibition_Library#Annet Dekker|Annet Dekker]], [[Exhibition_Library#Leslie Drost-Robbins|Leslie Drost-Robbins]], [[Exhibition_Library#Espen Sommer Eide|Espen Sommer Eide]], [[Exhibition_Library#Kenneth Goldsmith|Kenneth Goldsmith]], [[Exhibition_Library#Sarah Hamerman and Sam Hart|Sarah Hamerman and Sam Hart]], [[Exhibition_Library#Seewon Hyun|Seewon Hyun]], [[Exhibition_Library#Václav Janoščík and Eva Skopalová|Václav Janoščík and Eva Skopalová]], [[Exhibition_Library#Geraldine Juárez, Josefina Björk, Bhavisha Panchia|Geraldine Juárez, Josefina Björk, Bhavisha Panchia]], [[Exhibition_Library#Lee Jungmin|Lee Jungmin]], [[Exhibition_Library#Mara Karagianni and John Colenbrander|Mara Karagianni and John Colenbrander]], [[Exhibition_Library#Richard Kitta and Michal Murin|Richard Kitta and Michal Murin]], [[Exhibition_Library#Signe Lidén|Signe Lidén]], [[Exhibition_Library#Silvio Lorusso and Sebastian Schmieg|Silvio Lorusso and Sebastian Schmieg]], [[Exhibition_Library#Ilan Manouach|Ilan Manouach]], [[Exhibition_Library#Darija Medić|Darija Medić]], [[Exhibition_Library#Multimedia Institute Zagreb|Multimedia Institute Zagreb]], [[Exhibition_Library#Michal Murin|Michal Murin]], [[Exhibition_Library#Possible Bodies|Possible Bodies]], [[Exhibition_Library#Purple Noise|Purple Noise]], [[Exhibition_Library#Jürgen Rendl|Jürgen Rendl]], [[Exhibition_Library#Danny Snelson|Danny Snelson]], [[Exhibition_Library#Supermuch|Supermuch]], [[Exhibition_Library#Technopolitics Working Group|Technopolitics Working Group]], [[Exhibition_Library#Charles Turner|Charles Turner]], [[Exhibition_Library#Takuma Uematsu, Yuki Hayashi, Tadashi Kobayashi, Tetsuya Goto|Takuma Uematsu, Yuki Hayashi, Tadashi Kobayashi, Tetsuya Goto]], [[Exhibition_Library#Marina Valle Noronha|Marina Valle Noronha]], and [[Exhibition_Library#Amy Suo Wu|Amy Suo Wu]]. [[Media:Monoskop_XL_Seoul_2018.pdf|Catalogue]]. [[Exhibition_Library|Entries]]. (5 September-18 November 2018)
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* The symposium [http://web.archive.org/web/20180905032204/http://www.sgt.gr/eng/SPG2096/ Shadow Libraries], part of the ''[http://web.archive.org/web/20181112013802/http://www.sgt.gr/eng/SPG2018/ Shadow Libraries: UbuWeb in Athens]'' programme organised by [[Ilan Manouach]] and [[Kenneth Goldsmith]] (UbuWeb), brought together [[Dušan Barok]] (Monoskop), [[Marcell Mars]] (Public Library), [[Vicki Bennett]] (People Like Us), [[Cornelia Sollfrank]] (Giving What You Don't Have), [[Peter Sunde]] (The Pirate Bay), and Prodromos Tsiavos. The event was held at the National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST) and Onassis Culture Centre in [[Athens]]. [[Talks/Shadow_Libraries|Talk]]. Reports by [http://popaganda.gr/ti-ine-i-skotines-vivliothikes-ke-pii-ine-i-internetiki-rompen-ton-dason/ Αναστασία Βαϊτσοπούλου] and [http://www.athinorama.gr/cityvibe/article/kenneth_goldsmith_%7C_o_peiratis_tis_texnis_mas_eksigei_pos_einai_na_exeis_oikeiopoiithei_oli_tin_istoria_tis_avant_garde_-2527484.html Δέσποινα Ζευκιλή] (in Greek). Video documentation is forthcoming. (16-18 Mar 2018)
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* Monoskop has contributed a [https://www.are.na/monoskop-org/cybernetics-conference-2017-library selection of works on cybernetics] to New York's ''[http://cybernetics.social Cybernetics Conference]'' and its [http://cybernetics.social/#lib temporary circulating cybernetics research library] prepared by [[Sarah Hamerman]], David Isaac Hecht and [[Dan Taeyoung]]. The conference was organised by [[Sam Hart]], [[Melanie Hoff]] and [[Francis Tseng]]. [https://www.are.na/blog/case%20study/2018/01/19/cybernetics-conference.html Report]. (15-18 Nov 2017)
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* Warsaw's Museum of Modern Art hosts the exhibition ''[https://artmuseum.pl/en/wystawy/inny-trans-atlantyk The Other Trans-Atlantic: Kinetic and Op Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America 1950s-1970s]'' prepared in partnership with Monoskop. (17 Nov 2017-11 Feb 2018)
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* Monoskop was part of a [http://creatingcommons.zhdk.ch/?cat=5 workshop on art and commons] organised by [[Felix Stalder]], [[Cornelia Sollfrank]] and [[Shusha Niederberger]] at the [[House of Electronic Arts]] (HEK) in Basel. (19-22 Oct 2017)
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* Discussion and presentation at the [https://brakfestival.sk/ Bratislava Book Festival] held at the Arena Theatre, Bratislava, upon invitation of its director Peter Michalík. (1 Jun 2017) [https://www.facebook.com/events/620356768155206]
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* Monoskop's ''[[Architecture]]'' page was printed as a single scroll and displayed as part of the [http://kuda.org/sr/pravo-na-stanovanje-pravo-na-obrazovanje-javne-borbe-i-javna-knji-nica-04-12052017-omladinski-centar Public Library / Javna knjižnica] exhibition. [[Tomislav Medak]] read our statement [[Architecture#Introduction|For a Flat Library of Architecture]] [[Architecture/Za_plosnu_biblioteku_arhitekture|(in Serbo-Croatian)]]. (5 May 2017)
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* Presentation at [http://thesunview.org/ The Sunview Luncheonette] in Brooklyn, NYC, upon invitation of artist [[Matej Vakula]]. (29 Oct 2016) [http://clakula.org/?p=133] [https://www.facebook.com/events/558487104349713/]
 
* Monoskop supports the open letter [http://custodians.online/ ''In solidarity with Library Genesis and Sci-Hub'']. For translations see [http://monoskop.org/log/?p=15700 Monoskop Log]. (1 Dec 2015)
 
* Monoskop supports the open letter [http://custodians.online/ ''In solidarity with Library Genesis and Sci-Hub'']. For translations see [http://monoskop.org/log/?p=15700 Monoskop Log]. (1 Dec 2015)
 
* [[Ideographies of Knowledge]], a symposium on documentation and classification of knowledge was held at Mundaneum in Mons, Belgium, on 3 Oct 2015. The event brought together digital librarians, media theorists, designers, researchers and artists to discuss the poetics, aesthetics and politics of information and knowledge in relation to digital libraries, search engines and the legacy of library/documentation science. With [[Dušan Barok]], [[Matthew Fuller]], Geraldine Juárez, Stéphanie Manfroid, [[Marcell Mars]], Nikita Mazurov, [[Tomislav Medak]], [[Michael Murtaugh]], [[Robert M Ochshorn]], [[Barbora Šedivá]], [[Femke Snelting]], and [[Matěj Strnad]]. (5 Oct 2015)
 
* [[Ideographies of Knowledge]], a symposium on documentation and classification of knowledge was held at Mundaneum in Mons, Belgium, on 3 Oct 2015. The event brought together digital librarians, media theorists, designers, researchers and artists to discuss the poetics, aesthetics and politics of information and knowledge in relation to digital libraries, search engines and the legacy of library/documentation science. With [[Dušan Barok]], [[Matthew Fuller]], Geraldine Juárez, Stéphanie Manfroid, [[Marcell Mars]], Nikita Mazurov, [[Tomislav Medak]], [[Michael Murtaugh]], [[Robert M Ochshorn]], [[Barbora Šedivá]], [[Femke Snelting]], and [[Matěj Strnad]]. (5 Oct 2015)
* Our [[Magazines|avant-garde and modernist magazines]] section served as a trigger for the ''[http://www.kassakmuzeum.hu/en/index.php?p=avant-garde_magazine Local Contexts / International Networks: Avant-Garde Magazines in Central Europe (1910-1935)]'' conference at Kassák Museum, Budapest, on 17-19 Sep 2015. (Sep 2015)
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* Our [[Magazines|avant-garde and modernist magazines]] section served as a trigger for the organisation of the ''[http://www.kassakmuzeum.hu/en/index.php?p=avant-garde_magazine Local Contexts / International Networks: Avant-Garde Magazines in Central Europe (1910-1935)]'' conference at Kassák Museum, Budapest, on 17-19 Sep 2015. (Sep 2015)
 
* [http://www.campusderkuenste.ch/claudia-mareis-2/3517/ Sources and Resources], a panel discussion in the framework of [http://www.elia-artschools.org/activities/economies-of-aesthetics-conference-basel/programme Economies of Aesthetics] conference was held at the FHNW Academy of Art and Design, Campus of the Arts, Basel. The panel was prepared by FHNW's [http://www.ixdm.ch Institute of Experimental Design and Media Cultures]. (Jun 2015)
 
* [http://www.campusderkuenste.ch/claudia-mareis-2/3517/ Sources and Resources], a panel discussion in the framework of [http://www.elia-artschools.org/activities/economies-of-aesthetics-conference-basel/programme Economies of Aesthetics] conference was held at the FHNW Academy of Art and Design, Campus of the Arts, Basel. The panel was prepared by FHNW's [http://www.ixdm.ch Institute of Experimental Design and Media Cultures]. (Jun 2015)
 
* A [[Talks/Public_Library|statement on the notion of public library]] and presentation of Monoskop at the ''[[Technopolitics]]'' seminar in Vienna, upon invitation by [[Armin Medosch]]. (Jun 2015)
 
* A [[Talks/Public_Library|statement on the notion of public library]] and presentation of Monoskop at the ''[[Technopolitics]]'' seminar in Vienna, upon invitation by [[Armin Medosch]]. (Jun 2015)
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* Together with [[BEK]], Monoskop organised a series of seminars, [[The Extensions of Many]], at Hordaland kunstsenter in Bergen, Norway. The series explores the ambiguity of the notion of media from an aesthetic and technological perspective; the speakers include [[Ina Blom]], [[Florian Cramer]], [[Knut Ove Eliassen]], [[Olga Goriunova]], [[Aud Sissel Hoel]], [[Eleni Ikoniadou]] and [[Femke Snelting]]. [[Talks/The_Extensions_of_Many_1_Introduction|Introductory talk]], [[Talks/The_Extensions_of_Many_2_Introduction|Part 2]]. (26 Feb 2015)
 
* Together with [[BEK]], Monoskop organised a series of seminars, [[The Extensions of Many]], at Hordaland kunstsenter in Bergen, Norway. The series explores the ambiguity of the notion of media from an aesthetic and technological perspective; the speakers include [[Ina Blom]], [[Florian Cramer]], [[Knut Ove Eliassen]], [[Olga Goriunova]], [[Aud Sissel Hoel]], [[Eleni Ikoniadou]] and [[Femke Snelting]]. [[Talks/The_Extensions_of_Many_1_Introduction|Introductory talk]], [[Talks/The_Extensions_of_Many_2_Introduction|Part 2]]. (26 Feb 2015)
 
* Monoskop picks [http://www.ubu.com/resources/feature.html#monoskop UbuWeb's Top Ten for September]. (1 September 2014)
 
* Monoskop picks [http://www.ubu.com/resources/feature.html#monoskop UbuWeb's Top Ten for September]. (1 September 2014)
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* Monoskop serves as a starting point to develop an extensive film programme [http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/features/experimental-cinema-in-eastern-europe.html Artists, Amateurs, Alternative Spaces: Experimental Cinema in Eastern Europe, 1960–1990] at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. (5 Apr-22 Jun 2014)
 
* Monoskop was part of [http://www.kuda.org/en/series-discussions-archivelive-archiveunarchive-and-public-library-workshop 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 held in [[Novi Sad]], Serbia. [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jQ4jgA5l-k Video documentation] (80 min). (15-16 July 2013)
 
* Monoskop was part of [http://www.kuda.org/en/series-discussions-archivelive-archiveunarchive-and-public-library-workshop 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 held in [[Novi Sad]], Serbia. [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jQ4jgA5l-k Video documentation] (80 min). (15-16 July 2013)
 
* [http://www.a4.sk/program/2013-03-22-20-00 Monoskop was discussed] in the ''Krakatoa'' talk series organised by [[Mladý pes]] initiative at [[A4 - Zero Space]] in [[Bratislava]], on 22 March 2013.  
 
* [http://www.a4.sk/program/2013-03-22-20-00 Monoskop was discussed] in the ''Krakatoa'' talk series organised by [[Mladý pes]] initiative at [[A4 - Zero Space]] in [[Bratislava]], on 22 March 2013.  
* Monoskop Log is featured at the online exhibition ''[http://espacevirtuel.jeudepaume.org/erreur-dimpression-1674/ Erreur d'impression/Publier à l'ère du numérique]'' [Print Error/Publishing in the Digital Age], curated by [[Alessandro Ludovico]] at the ''Espace Virtuel'' of Jeu de Paume, Paris. The exhibition runs from October 2012 through March 2014. ''Culture Mobile'' portal provides [http://www.culturemobile.net/artek/erreur-impression-une-expo-virtuelle/monoskop-log-dusan-barok-20002013 additional coverage].
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* [http://espacevirtuel.jeudepaume.org/monoskop-log-1929/ Monoskop Log is featured] in the exhibition ''[http://espacevirtuel.jeudepaume.org/erreur-dimpression-1674/ Erreur d'impression/Publier à l'ère du numérique]'' [Print Error/Publishing in the Digital Age], curated by [[Alessandro Ludovico]] at the ''Espace Virtuel'' of Jeu de Paume, Paris. The exhibition runs from October 2012 through March 2014. ''Culture Mobile'' portal provides [http://www.culturemobile.net/artek/erreur-impression-une-expo-virtuelle/monoskop-log-dusan-barok-20002013 additional coverage].
 
* [http://www.stanica.sk/2013/02/26/alef-0/ Monoskop was discussed] at the [[Stanica]] cultural centre in [[Žilina]] as part of a new discussion series ''Alef 0'', moderated by [[Zuzana Husárová]]. (28 February 2013)
 
* [http://www.stanica.sk/2013/02/26/alef-0/ Monoskop was discussed] at the [[Stanica]] cultural centre in [[Žilina]] as part of a new discussion series ''Alef 0'', moderated by [[Zuzana Husárová]]. (28 February 2013)
 
* Monoskop was presented at the andragogy seminar at University of Prešov, and later that same day at Wave club in [[Prešov]] within [[CyberTalks]] series. (15 October 2012)
 
* Monoskop was presented at the andragogy seminar at University of Prešov, and later that same day at Wave club in [[Prešov]] within [[CyberTalks]] series. (15 October 2012)
 
* [[Symposium|Unlimited Editions]] - A public discussion on personal collecting and media archiving. Launch of the Monoskop library. 5 July 2012, TENT, Rotterdam.  
 
* [[Symposium|Unlimited Editions]] - A public discussion on personal collecting and media archiving. Launch of the Monoskop library. 5 July 2012, TENT, Rotterdam.  
* Monoskop was [http://www.msuv.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=271%3Apredavanja-prezentacije-projekata-monoskop-i-nove-tendencije&lang=en presented] at The Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina in [[Novi Sad]], as part of [http://digitizing-ideas.hr/ Digitizing Ideas] project. (18 April 2012)
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* Monoskop was [http://www.msuv.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=271%3Apredavanja-prezentacije-projekata-monoskop-i-nove-tendencije&lang=en presented] at The Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina in [[Novi Sad]], as part of [http://digitizing-ideas.org/ Digitizing Ideas] project. (18 April 2012)
 
* [[Monoskop/Brno_2012_talk|Monoskop talk]] at the Remake conference in [[Brno]], Czech Republic. (11 April 2012)
 
* [[Monoskop/Brno_2012_talk|Monoskop talk]] at the Remake conference in [[Brno]], Czech Republic. (11 April 2012)
 
* [[Remake|REMAKE: REthinking Media Art in K(C)ollaborative Environments]] [http://www.dum-umeni.cz/en/vystava/remake exhibition] opened in [[Brno]], Czech Republic. Remake is an international art project taking place between June 2010 and May 2012. Its aim is to foster creation and presentation of contemporary works inspired by the history of media arts. The project’s final part is an international touring exhibition which is currently shown at The Brno House of Arts. The project builds upon a long-running collaborative research of media art histories, [[Monoskop:About|Monoskop]]. Remake was started by several cultural organisations coordinated by [[Atrakt Art]] with an intention to create and present the contemporary art works inspired by history of media arts in the East-Central Europe. (11 March 2012)
 
* [[Remake|REMAKE: REthinking Media Art in K(C)ollaborative Environments]] [http://www.dum-umeni.cz/en/vystava/remake exhibition] opened in [[Brno]], Czech Republic. Remake is an international art project taking place between June 2010 and May 2012. Its aim is to foster creation and presentation of contemporary works inspired by the history of media arts. The project’s final part is an international touring exhibition which is currently shown at The Brno House of Arts. The project builds upon a long-running collaborative research of media art histories, [[Monoskop:About|Monoskop]]. Remake was started by several cultural organisations coordinated by [[Atrakt Art]] with an intention to create and present the contemporary art works inspired by history of media arts in the East-Central Europe. (11 March 2012)
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* Monoskop was presented at the [[New Media Art & Digital Art Meeting Point]] seminar in [[A4 - Zero Space]], [[Bratislava]]. [[Media:Barok.monoskop.talk.bratislava.18-5-2011.pdf‎|PDF of the talk (Slovak)]]. (18 May 2011)
 
* Monoskop was presented at the [[New Media Art & Digital Art Meeting Point]] seminar in [[A4 - Zero Space]], [[Bratislava]]. [[Media:Barok.monoskop.talk.bratislava.18-5-2011.pdf‎|PDF of the talk (Slovak)]]. (18 May 2011)
 
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== Writings on Monoskop==
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* Museum librarian William Blueher (Thomas J. Watson Library, The Metropolitan Museum of Art) [https://arlisna.org/publications/multimedia-technology-reviews/1282-monoskop reviews Monoskop] for the Art Libraries Society of North America. (October 2017)
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* [[Media:Dekker_Annet_2017_Copying_As_a_Way_to_Start_Something_New_A_Conversation_with_Dusan_Barok_About_Monoskop.pdf|An interview]] by [[Annet Dekker]] appears in her book ''[http://www.valiz.nl/en/lost-and-living-in-archives.html Lost and Living (in) Archives]'' published by Valiz in Amsterdam, 2017. In English. (September 2017)
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* [[Media:Barok_Giorgetta_Nicoletti_2015_Monoskop_Interview_EN_IT.pdf|An interview]] by Davide Giorgetta and Valerio Nicoletti appears in a [http://www.aiap.it/documenti/14730/77 special issue of design magazine ''Progetto Grafico''] on publishing, Milan. In English with Italian translation. (November 2015)
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* Librarian [[Sarah Hamerman]] discusses Monoskop in her [http://www.fvckthemedia.com/issue61/pirate-libraries survey essay on pirate libraries] in a special issue of ''The Media'' on immaterial digital labour. In English. (September 2015)
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* [https://monoskop.org/images/e/ef/Medak_Mars_WHW_eds_Public_Library_Javna_knjiznica.pdf#page=112 McKenzie Wark] and [https://monoskop.org/images/e/ef/Medak_Mars_WHW_eds_Public_Library_Javna_knjiznica.pdf#page=122 Tomislav Medak] contribute essays on Monoskop and Ubuweb for the book ''Javna knjižnica / Public Library'' edited by [[Tomislav Medak]], [[Marcell Mars]] and [[WHW]] in Zagreb. In English with Croatian translation. (June 2015)
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* [[Media:Barok_Rehus_2015_Softver_je_tiez_literaturou.pdf|An interview]] by Michal Rehúš for an issue of literary magazine ''[http://kloaka.membrana.sk/2015/03/kloaka-32014/ Kloaka]'' published in Bratislava. In Slovak. (December 2014)
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* [[Media:Dusan_Barok_rozhovor_Enter_2014.pdf|An interview]] by [[Michal Murin]] appears in the [http://www.divebuki.sk/sk/casopis-enter/enter-no-16 16th issue of cultural magazine ''Enter''] published by Dive Buki in Košice. In Slovak. (Autumn 2014)
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* [[Media:Barok_2014_Techniques_of_Publishing.pdf|A condensed introduction to Monoskop]] as part of a talk given at a seminar on publishing and distribution of texts in the humanities held at Tranzitdisplay in Prague, (see Part III). In English, [[Media:Barok_2014_K_technikam_publikovania.pdf|originally in Slovak]]. (May 2014)
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* [[Media:Linkova_Barbora_2014_Monoskop_Interview.pdf|An interview]] by Barbora Linková for her thesis on artistic archives and archives of art in which she [http://is.muni.cz/th/361388/ff_m/LINKOVA__Barbora_Diplomova_prace_final.pdf#page=61 discusses Monoskop]. In Czech and Slovak. (March 2014)
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* [[Alessandro Ludovico]] writes about Monoskop in his [http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2013-08-26-ludovico-en.html article on the liquid library in ''Eurozine''] and [http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2013-08-26-ludovico-de.html ''Springerin'']. In English with German translation. (August 2013)
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* [[Media:Monoskop_v_sieti_Rozhovor_Michala_Murina_s_Dusanom_Barokom_2012.pdf|An interview]] by [[Michal Murin]] appears in a new issue of [http://www.profilart.sk/profil/profil-4-2012/ ''Profil: Contemporary Art Magazine''] (4/2012) published in Bratislava. In Slovak. (March 2013)
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* ''Neural'' magazine publishes [[Media:Dusan_Barok_Interview_Neural_2013.pdf|an interview]] by [[Alessandro Ludovico]] in its 44th issue, entitled "Post-Digital Print". (January 2013)
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* [[Media:Bobnic_Robert_Smrke_Jurij_Sepetavc_Jasmina_Monoskop.pdf|An interview]] with Robert Bobnič and Jurij Smrke of a legendary Ljubljana-based student magazine [http://www.tribuna.si/ ''Tribuna''], in Slovenian. (January 2013).
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* [[Media:Monoskop.column.TheWire.Nov2012.jpg|The Wire magazine takes on Monoskop]]. (October 2012)
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