Journals, Galleries & Resource Sites
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A central site for online multimedia exhibitions, this non-profit organization was founded by Intel in 1999. Artmuseum.net is based at the University of Texas.
CTheory is an international peer-reviewed journal of theory, technology, and culture. It publishes articles, interviews, and event-scenes. The journal is edited by Arthur and Marilouise Kroker and based at the University of Victoria.
InterAccess is Ontario's only gallery and production facility devoted exclusively to electronic media art. The gallery's mission is to expand the cultural space of technology. The gallery's combination of exhibition space and production facilities provides a public forum for the development and discussion of artistic practices involving interactivity, networked and remote connection, and the interface of the physical and the virtual.
Robert Lepage and his collaborators' creative centre is a rehearsal hall for stage productions, a set construction workshop and a film studio. All Ex Machina productions are developed there. Some artists who have been working with the company over the years also have facilities on the premises: Jacques Collin (image designer), Jean-Sébastien Côté (sound designer and musician). La Caserne is also home to other companies : Casting Cauffopé, Ciné-Scène, Boulev'Art, L'Annexe, Production des Perséides.
Neural is a print and online magazine specialising in new media art, experimental electronic audio art and political new media art.
NTT InterCommunication Center (ICC) is an innovative cultural facility in Tokyo Opera City Tower in Nishi-Shinjuku, Tokyo, which was established on April 19, 1997, in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of telephone service in Japan.
Rhizome.org is an online platform for the global new media art community. Its programs support the creation, presentation, discussion and preservation of contemporary art that uses new technologies in significant ways.
Theory, Culture and Society is an international peer-reviewed journal that seeks to explore critically the relationship between culture and society. TCS works across the borderlines between sociology and cultural studies, the social sciences and the humanities and has recently moved towards a broader transdisciplinary frame of reference.