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'''Spaces''': [[Pushkinskaya-10]] art centre, [[Gallery 21]], [[Cyber-Femin-Club]], [[ESG 21]] sound gallery, [[GEZ-21]] (*2002), [[Philosophy Café]] (*2003), [[Cyland]] medialab.<br>
 
'''Spaces''': [[Pushkinskaya-10]] art centre, [[Gallery 21]], [[Cyber-Femin-Club]], [[ESG 21]] sound gallery, [[GEZ-21]] (*2002), [[Philosophy Café]] (*2003), [[Cyland]] medialab.<br>
'''Past spaces''': [[Techno-Art-Centre]] (1994-2002).
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'''Past spaces''': [[Techno-Art-Centre]] (1994-2002).<br>
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more: [http://en.p-10.ru/guide/]
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'''Art workers''': [[Alla Mitrofanova]], [[Evgeny Kondratyev]], [[Evgeny Ufit]], [[Olga Kisseleva]] (1965), [[Olga Suslova]].
 
'''Art workers''': [[Alla Mitrofanova]], [[Evgeny Kondratyev]], [[Evgeny Ufit]], [[Olga Kisseleva]] (1965), [[Olga Suslova]].

Revision as of 23:13, 4 September 2010

Initiatives: Cyland, Pro Arte.

Festivals: Cyberfest (*2007) cyber art festival, Izolenta digital film festival.
Past festivals: Cine Fantom festival (*1987).

Spaces: Pushkinskaya-10 art centre, Gallery 21, Cyber-Femin-Club, ESG 21 sound gallery, GEZ-21 (*2002), Philosophy Café (*2003), Cyland medialab.
Past spaces: Techno-Art-Centre (1994-2002).
more: [1]


Art workers: Alla Mitrofanova, Evgeny Kondratyev, Evgeny Ufit, Olga Kisseleva (1965), Olga Suslova.


Cities
alternative base

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