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'''Art workers''': [[Ana Devic]], [[Boris Buden]] (1958), [[Borislav Mikulic]], [[Dalibor Martinis]] (1947), [[Darko Fritz]] (1966), [[Dejan Kršić]], [[Helena Bulaja]], [[Igor Markovic]], [[Ivan Picelj]] (1924), [[Ivana Bago]], [[Ivana Pavić]], [[Katarina Pejovic]], [[Klaudio Štefančić]], [[Leonardo Kovačević]], [[Luka Bekavac]] (1976), [[Matko Meštrović]] (1933), [[Nenad Romić]] (Marcell Mars) (1972), [[Ognjen Tus]], [[Ozren Pupovac]], [[Paul Stubbs]], [[Petar Milat]] (1974), [[Sonja Leboš]], [[Srdjan Dvornik]], [[Teodor Celakoski]] (1971), [[Toma Bacic]] (1976), [[Tomislav Medak]] (1973), [[Zeljko Blace]] (1976).
 
'''Art workers''': [[Ana Devic]], [[Boris Buden]] (1958), [[Borislav Mikulic]], [[Dalibor Martinis]] (1947), [[Darko Fritz]] (1966), [[Dejan Kršić]], [[Helena Bulaja]], [[Igor Markovic]], [[Ivan Picelj]] (1924), [[Ivana Bago]], [[Ivana Pavić]], [[Katarina Pejovic]], [[Klaudio Štefančić]], [[Leonardo Kovačević]], [[Luka Bekavac]] (1976), [[Matko Meštrović]] (1933), [[Nenad Romić]] (Marcell Mars) (1972), [[Ognjen Tus]], [[Ozren Pupovac]], [[Paul Stubbs]], [[Petar Milat]] (1974), [[Sonja Leboš]], [[Srdjan Dvornik]], [[Teodor Celakoski]] (1971), [[Toma Bacic]] (1976), [[Tomislav Medak]] (1973), [[Zeljko Blace]] (1976).
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* Sepp Eckenhaussen, ''[[Media:Eckenhaussen Sepp Scenes of Independence Cultural Ruptures in Zagreb 1991-2019 2019.pdf|Scenes of Independence: Cultural Ruptures in Zagreb (1991-2019)]]'', Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2019, 276 pp. [https://networkcultures.org/blog/publication/deep-pockets-3-scenes-of-independence-cultural-ruptures-in-zagreb-1991-2019/] {{en}}
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:06, 26 February 2020

Initiatives: 25 FPS, Attack! (*1997), Blok (*2001), Delve (*2009), Kontejner, Nemeza, Platforma 9.81 (*1999), Pogon (*2009), Right to the City, WHW (*1999), Zamir (*1992).

Festivals: VectorHackFestival (*2018), 25 FPS (*2005), Film Mutations (*2007), Media-Scape (1993-99, 2010), Plan D design festival (formerly Dan D, *2010), Test!.
Events: Conjuncture symposia series (*2009), Transverzala lecture series (*2005), Device Art (*2004), Vizualni kolegij lecture and screening series (*2004), Pastforward lecture series (*2000).
Past festivals: Sloboda stvaralaštvu! (2005-2007), Touch Me (2005), DECro (2003, 2005).
Past events: Economy of Crisis Capitalism and Ecology of the Commons (2012), Subversive Forum (2012), New Media - New Networks exhibition (2008), System.hack() exhibition (2006), Insert - Retrospective of Croatian Video Art exhibition (2005), I Am Still Alive (2000), Becoming Digital (2001/3), Project - Broadcasting (2001), New Tendencies exhibitions and symposia (1961-73).

Spaces: MaMa net club (*1999), Booksa bookstore-café, AKC Medika (*2008), Student Center, Gallery Nova (*1975), Pogon cultural centers (*2009), Kinoteka cinema, Klubvizija (*2009).
more: USE-IT city guide (2017).
Past spaces: Electra women's art centre (*1995), Podroom (1978-80).

Media: 04 megazine, EGOBOO.bits (*2001), media-art-hr mailing list, Images journal.
Past media: Arkzin magazine (1991-), Bit international magazine (1968-73), Zamir BBS (*1992).

Art workers: Ana Devic, Boris Buden (1958), Borislav Mikulic, Dalibor Martinis (1947), Darko Fritz (1966), Dejan Kršić, Helena Bulaja, Igor Markovic, Ivan Picelj (1924), Ivana Bago, Ivana Pavić, Katarina Pejovic, Klaudio Štefančić, Leonardo Kovačević, Luka Bekavac (1976), Matko Meštrović (1933), Nenad Romić (Marcell Mars) (1972), Ognjen Tus, Ozren Pupovac, Paul Stubbs, Petar Milat (1974), Sonja Leboš, Srdjan Dvornik, Teodor Celakoski (1971), Toma Bacic (1976), Tomislav Medak (1973), Zeljko Blace (1976).

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