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'''Initiatives''': [[ADRA]], [[Association for Temporary Art]], [[CRAC]], [[Electroacoustic music in Sweden]] (*1964), [[Fylkingen]] (*1933), [[KTH]], [[Mejan Labs]] (*2006), [[Raketa Institute]], [[Ris & Ros]], [[SEAMS]] (*2000), [[Syntjuntan]], [[The Nursery]] (*1996).<Br>
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'''Initiatives''': [[ADRA]], [[Association for Temporary Art]], [[CRAC]], [[Electroacoustic music in Sweden]] (*1964), [[Fylkingen]] (*1933), [[KTH]], [[Mejan Labs]] (*2006), [https://www.mycket.org/ Mycket] queer and feminist architecture collective (*2012), [[Raketa Institute]], [[Ris & Ros]], [[SEAMS]] (*2000), [[Syntjuntan]], [[The Nursery]] (*1996).<Br>
 
more: http://www.nodestockholm.se/en/noder.asp
 
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Latest revision as of 11:25, 28 December 2019

Initiatives: ADRA, Association for Temporary Art, CRAC, Electroacoustic music in Sweden (*1964), Fylkingen (*1933), KTH, Mejan Labs (*2006), Mycket queer and feminist architecture collective (*2012), Raketa Institute, Ris & Ros, SEAMS (*2000), Syntjuntan, The Nursery (*1996).
more: http://www.nodestockholm.se/en/noder.asp

Festivals: Visions of the Now (2013), Pixelvärk (*2006).
Events: Mud Muses exhibition (2019-2020), Dorkbot Stockholm (*2005).
Past events: Internet and Democratic Change seminar (2011), Power of Adhocracy (2011), Visions of the Present: Stockholm Festival for Art and Technology (1966).

Spaces: AK28, Candyland, Cinemateket, CRAC, Konsthall C, Kulturhuset, Marabouparken gallery (*2010), Hemliga Trädgården (*2010), Tegen 2, Weld.

Media: Konstperspektiv art magazine, Fylkingen (1933-59 & 1966-69 & 1983 & 1992-93).

Art workers: Ann Rosén, Anna Lundh, BJ Nilsen (1975), Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Christine Ödlund, Erik Sjödin, Ida Lundén, Jonas Andersson (1978), Lise-Lotte Norelius, Olle Cornéer (1975), Palle Torsson (1970), Pelle Snickars (1971), Rasmus Fleischer (1978), Sara Danius (1962), Solveig Jülich, Sven-Olov Wallenstein (1960).

More
  • Stockholm at Indie Travel Guide, [1]


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