Difference between revisions of "Riga"

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'''Past events''': [[Organised Networks]] (2009), [[RAM]]5 (2004), [[Open Zone]] (1997), [[Riga Cinema Days]] (1986).
 
'''Past events''': [[Organised Networks]] (2009), [[RAM]]5 (2004), [[Open Zone]] (1997), [[Riga Cinema Days]] (1986).
  
'''Spaces''': [[RIXC]] electronic art and media center (*1996; until 2000 as [[E-lab]]).
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'''Spaces''': [https://kim.lv/en/ Kim? Contemporary Art Center] (*2009), [[RIXC]] electronic art and media center (*1996; until 2000 as [[E-lab]]).
  
 
'''Media''': [[Xchange]] (1997-2007), [[RIXC/Net radio]] (*2000), [[Ozone]] net radio (*1997), [[Rezone]] mailing list (*1997), [[x-i.net]] server.
 
'''Media''': [[Xchange]] (1997-2007), [[RIXC/Net radio]] (*2000), [[Ozone]] net radio (*1997), [[Rezone]] mailing list (*1997), [[x-i.net]] server.

Latest revision as of 10:47, 13 September 2019

Initiatives: F5 group, ZGA (*1984).

Festivals: Sound Forest, Art and Communication (*1996), Arsenals film festival (*1988).
Events: Renew conference (2013).
Past events: Organised Networks (2009), RAM5 (2004), Open Zone (1997), Riga Cinema Days (1986).

Spaces: Kim? Contemporary Art Center (*2009), RIXC electronic art and media center (*1996; until 2000 as E-lab).

Media: Xchange (1997-2007), RIXC/Net radio (*2000), Ozone net radio (*1997), Rezone mailing list (*1997), x-i.net server.

Art workers: Anita Zabiļevska (1963), Arvids Alksnis (1971), Daiga Kruze, Elina Lihacheva, Ēriks Božis (1969), Jaanis Garancs (1973), Gints Gabrans (1978), Girts Korps, Girnu Giesemes, Katrina Neiburga, Kriss Salmanis, Ieva Auziņa, Mara Traumane, Martins Ratniks, Monika Pormale, Raitis Smits, Rasa Smite.

More
  • Fucking Good Art, Riga web-radio edition, August 2007, [1]


Cities
alternative base

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