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November 19, 2008, at 10:19 AM by 79.130.57.114 -
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[[http://www.motorenhalle.de | Monster]], Dresden, Germany, 2008
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[[http://naponorg.cbmitrovica.org | Play Culture]], Novisad,Serbia\\
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[[http://naponorg.cbmitrovica.org | Play Culture]], Novisad, Serbia, 2007\\
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[[Alles Wird Gut/Everything will be fine]], Luneburg, Germany 2007\\
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[[http://www.new-arts-frontiers.eu | Alles Wird Gut/Everything will be fine]], Luneburg, Germany 2007\\
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[[http://naponorg.cbmitrovica.org | Play Culture]], Novisad,Serbia\\
April 18, 2007, at 02:12 AM by 87.203.170.161 -
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[[Alles Wird Gut/Everything will be fine]], Luneburg, Germany 2007\\
January 26, 2007, at 02:52 AM by 82.45.246.103 -
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Panos Vittorakis - Greece ,    Vassilis Kokkas - Greece / Germany ,    Alexandros Spyropoulos - Greece ,    [[http://www.giramondo.com/fia/stampa/riello.htm  | Antonio Riello - Italy / Holland]] , [[http://www.chiarapassa.it/ | Chiara Passa  - Italy]] , OPA & HA-Macedonia ,
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Panos Vittorakis - Greece ,    Vassilis Kokkas - Greece / Germany , [[http://tripleagent.co.uk/ |   Alexandros Spyropoulos - Greece]] ,    [[http://www.giramondo.com/fia/stampa/riello.htm  | Antonio Riello - Italy / Holland]] , [[http://www.chiarapassa.it/ | Chiara Passa  - Italy]] , OPA & HA-Macedonia ,
January 12, 2007, at 11:33 AM by 87.203.167.89 -
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[[Synch Festival]], July 2005, Layrio, Athens
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[[Synch Festival]], July 2005, Layrio, Athens\\
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[[Gaming Realities]], Mediaterra Festival, Athens 2006\
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[[Gaming Realities]], Mediaterra Festival, Athens 2006\\
January 12, 2007, at 11:32 AM by 87.203.167.89 -
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[[Art Publique]], May-September 2006, Liege
[[After Cage]], June-september 2006, Liege
[[File festival]], Sao Paulo, 2006
[[Gaming Realities]], Mediaterra Festival, Athens 2006
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[[Art Publique]], May-September 2006, Liege\\
[[After Cage]], June-september 2006, Liege\\
[[File festival]], Sao Paulo, 2006\\
[[Gaming Realities]], Mediaterra Festival, Athens 2006\
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[[Art Publique]], May-September 2006, Liege
[[After Cage]], June-september 2006, Liege
[[File festival]], Sao Paulo, 2006
[[Gaming Realities]], Mediaterra Festival, Athens 2006
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[[http://www.low-fi.org.uk/rethinkingwargames/ | Ruth Catlow - UK]] , [[http://www.artcontext.org |  Andy Deck - USA]] ,    Doron Golan - USA ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MorganShowalter.html | Morgan Showalter - USA]] ,   
to:
[[http://www.low-fi.org.uk/rethinkingwargames/ | Ruth Catlow - UK]] , [[http://www.artcontext.org |  Andy Deck - USA]] ,    [[http://www.computerfinearts.com/collection/ | Doron Golan - USA]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MorganShowalter.html | Morgan Showalter - USA]] ,   
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[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/EugeneSavitzkaya.htm | Eugene Savitzkaya - Belgium]] , Reggy Timmermans - Belgium ,    Koen Wastijn  - Belgium  ,   
to:
[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/EugeneSavitzkaya.htm | Eugene Savitzkaya - Belgium]] , Reggy Timmermans - Belgium ,    [[http://corporate.skynet.be/surfacenoise/ | Koen Wastijn  - Belgium]]  ,   
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Panos Vittorakis - Greece ,    Vassilis Kokkas - Greece / Germany ,    Alexandros Spyropoulos - Greece ,    Antonio Riello - Italy / Holland , [[http://www.chiarapassa.it/ | Chiara Passa  - Italy]] , OPA & HA-Macedonia ,
to:
Panos Vittorakis - Greece ,    Vassilis Kokkas - Greece / Germany ,    Alexandros Spyropoulos - Greece ,    [[http://www.giramondo.com/fia/stampa/riello.htm  | Antonio Riello - Italy / Holland]] , [[http://www.chiarapassa.it/ | Chiara Passa  - Italy]] , OPA & HA-Macedonia ,
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Panos Vittorakis - Greece ,    Vassilis Kokkas - Greece / Germany ,    Alexandros Spyropoulos - Greece ,    Antonio Riello - Italy / Holland , Chiara Passa  - Italy , OPA & HA-Macedonia ,
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Panos Vittorakis - Greece ,    Vassilis Kokkas - Greece / Germany ,    Alexandros Spyropoulos - Greece ,    Antonio Riello - Italy / Holland , [[http://www.chiarapassa.it/ | Chiara Passa  - Italy]] , OPA & HA-Macedonia ,
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[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/IrenaPaskali.htm | Irene Paskali - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm | Yane Calovski-Macedonia]] ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm |Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.exapes.org/ | Floe Tudor - Romania]] ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    [[http://www.war-against-terror.info/ | Per Pegelow - Russia/Germany]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/VukCosic.htm | Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia]] ,    [[http://www.webheaven.co.yu/nato/find_criminal.htm | Andrej Tisma -Serbia]],    [[http://www.windows99.org.yu/| Hammer creative - Serbia]] ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/GulsenBal.swf | Gulsen Bal - Turkey]] ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan - Turkey ,   
to:
[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/IrenaPaskali.htm | Irene Paskali - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm | Yane Calovski-Macedonia]] ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm |Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.exapes.org/ | Floe Tudor - Romania]] ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    [[http://www.war-against-terror.info/ | Per Pegelow - Russia/Germany]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/VukCosic.htm | Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia]] ,    [[http://www.webheaven.co.yu/nato/find_criminal.htm | Andrej Tisma -Serbia]],    [[http://www.windows99.org.yu/| Hammer creative - Serbia]] ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    [[http://www.seldaasal.com/ | Selda Asal - Turkey]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/GulsenBal.swf | Gulsen Bal - Turkey]] ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan - Turkey ,   
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[[http://www.low-fi.org.uk/rethinkingwargames/ | Ruth Catlow - UK]] , [[www.artcontext.org |   Andy Deck - USA]] ,    Doron Golan - USA ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MorganShowalter.html | Morgan Showalter - USA]] ,   
to:
[[http://www.low-fi.org.uk/rethinkingwargames/ | Ruth Catlow - UK]] , [[http://www.artcontext.org |  Andy Deck - USA]] ,    Doron Golan - USA ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MorganShowalter.html | Morgan Showalter - USA]] ,   
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[[http://www.low-fi.org.uk/rethinkingwargames/ | Ruth Catlow - UK]] ,    Andy Deck - USA ,    Doron Golan - USA ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MorganShowalter.html | Morgan Showalter - USA]] ,   
to:
[[http://www.low-fi.org.uk/rethinkingwargames/ | Ruth Catlow - UK]] , [[www.artcontext.org |   Andy Deck - USA]] ,    Doron Golan - USA ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MorganShowalter.html | Morgan Showalter - USA]] ,   
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[[Forum 2003, June 2003, Thessalonica]]\\
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[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/the_making_of_balkan_wars.htm | Forum 2003, June 2003, Thessalonica]]\\
May 01, 2006, at 09:04 AM by 87.202.17.118 -
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Ria Pacquee - Belgium ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/AlbenaMihaylova.swf | Albena Mihaylova - Bulgaria]] ,    Krassimir Terziev - Bulgaria ,   
to:
Ria Pacquee - Belgium ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/AlbenaMihaylova.swf | Albena Mihaylova - Bulgaria]] ,    [[http://www.i-space.org/loop4ever/bg_track04/ | Krassimir Terziev - Bulgaria]] ,   
May 01, 2006, at 09:02 AM by 87.202.17.118 -
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[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/IrenaPaskali.htm | Irene Paskali - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm | Yane Calovski-Macedonia]] ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm |Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.exapes.org/ | Floe Tudor - Romania]] ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    [[http://www.war-against-terror.info/ | Per Pegelow - Russia/Germany]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/VukCosic.htm | Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia]] ,    [[http://www.webheaven.co.yu/nato/find_criminal.htm | Andrej Tisma -Serbia]],    [[http://www.windows99.org.yu/| Hammer creative - Serbia]] ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal - Turkey ,   Cem Genser - Turkey ,   Genco   Gulan - Turkey ,    
Ruth Catlow - UK ,    Andy Deck - USA ,    Doron Golan - USA ,   [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MorganShowalter.html | Morgan Showalter - USA]] ,   
Stewart Ziff - UK / USA


to:
[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/IrenaPaskali.htm | Irene Paskali - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm | Yane Calovski-Macedonia]] ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm |Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.exapes.org/ | Floe Tudor - Romania]] ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    [[http://www.war-against-terror.info/ | Per Pegelow - Russia/Germany]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/VukCosic.htm | Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia]] ,    [[http://www.webheaven.co.yu/nato/find_criminal.htm | Andrej Tisma -Serbia]],    [[http://www.windows99.org.yu/| Hammer creative - Serbia]] ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/GulsenBal.swf | Gulsen Bal - Turkey]] ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,    Genco   Gulan - Turkey ,   
[[http://www.low-fi.org.uk/rethinkingwargames/ | Ruth Catlow - UK]] ,    Andy Deck - USA ,    Doron Golan - USA ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MorganShowalter.html | Morgan Showalter - USA]] ,   
[[http://www.ziff.org/ | Stewart Ziff - UK / USA]]


May 01, 2006, at 08:55 AM by 87.202.17.118 -
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Robert Alias Dragot - Albania ,      [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/GentiShkurti.htm | Genti Shkurti - Albania]] ,  Beatrijs Albers - Belgium,
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[[http://www.dragot.com | Robert Alias Dragot - Albania]] ,      [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/GentiShkurti.htm | Genti Shkurti - Albania]] ,  Beatrijs Albers - Belgium,
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[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MathiasWagnerK.htm | Mathias Wagner K - Germany]] ,    Kostas Beveratos  - Greece ,   Dimitris Tsardakas - Greece ,  
[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/Prespes.htm | Babis Kandilaptis - Greece / Belgium]] ,    Nicolas Kozakis - Greece / Belgium ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MayaBontzou.html | Maya Bontzou -Greece]] ,    [[http://www.softknot.gr/thatime/ | Dimitris Dokatzis - Greece]] ,    Ilias Marmaras - Greece ,    Dimitris Tzamouranis - Greece/Germany ,    Maurice Ganis - Greece ,    Angelo Skourtis - Greece ,   
to:
[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MathiasWagnerK.htm | Mathias Wagner K - Germany]] ,    [[http://users.otenet.gr/~pako4art/ | Kostas Beveratos  - Greece]] ,    Dimitris Tsardakas - Greece ,   
[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/Prespes.htm | Babis Kandilaptis - Greece / Belgium]] ,    Nicolas Kozakis - Greece / Belgium ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MayaBontzou.html | Maya Bontzou -Greece]] ,    [[http://www.softknot.gr/thatime/ | Dimitris Dokatzis - Greece]] ,    Ilias Marmaras - Greece ,    Dimitris Tzamouranis - Greece/Germany ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MauriceGanis.html | Maurice Ganis - Greece]] ,    Angelo Skourtis - Greece ,   
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Irene Paskali - Macedonia ,     [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm | Yane Calovski-Macedonia]] ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm |Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.exapes.org/ | Floe Tudor - Romania]] ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    Per Pegelow - Russia ,   [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/VukCosic.htm | Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia]] ,    [[http://www.webheaven.co.yu/nato/find_criminal.htm | Andrej Tisma -Serbia]],    Hammer creative - Serbia ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal - Turkey ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan - Turkey ,   
to:
[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/IrenaPaskali.htm | Irene Paskali - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm | Yane Calovski-Macedonia]] ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm |Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.exapes.org/ | Floe Tudor - Romania]] ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    [[http://www.war-against-terror.info/ | Per Pegelow - Russia/Germany]] ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/VukCosic.htm | Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia]] ,    [[http://www.webheaven.co.yu/nato/find_criminal.htm | Andrej Tisma -Serbia]],    [[http://www.windows99.org.yu/| Hammer creative - Serbia]] ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal - Turkey ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan - Turkey ,   
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Robert Alias Dragot - Albania ,      [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/GentiShkurti.htm | Genti Shkurti - Albania]] ,  Beatrijs Albers - Belgium
Aniceto Exposito-Lopez -Spain/ Belgium ,  Angel Vergara - Spain / Belgium
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Robert Alias Dragot - Albania ,      [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/GentiShkurti.htm | Genti Shkurti - Albania]] ,  Beatrijs Albers - Belgium,
Aniceto Exposito-Lopez -Spain/ Belgium ,  [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/AngelVergara.swf | Angel Vergara - Spain / Belgium]]
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Eugene Savitzkaya - Belgium , Reggy Timmermans - Belgium ,   Koen Wastijn  - Belgium  ,   
Ria Pacquee - Belgium ,   Albena Mihaylova - Bulgaria ,    Krassimir Terziev - Bulgaria ,  
Mathias Wagner K - Germany ,    Kostas Beveratos  - Greece ,    Dimitris Tsardakas - Greece ,   
Babis Kandilaptis - Greece / Belgium ,    Nicolas Kozakis - Greece / Belgium ,     Maya Bontzou -Greece ,    [[http://www.softknot.gr/thatime/ | Dimitris Dokatzis - Greece]] ,    Ilias Marmaras - Greece ,    Dimitris Tzamouranis - Greece/Germany ,    Maurice Ganis - Greece ,    Angelo Skourtis - Greece ,   
to:
[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/EugeneSavitzkaya.htm | Eugene Savitzkaya - Belgium]] , Reggy Timmermans - Belgium ,    Koen Wastijn  - Belgium  , 
Ria Pacquee - Belgium ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/AlbenaMihaylova.swf | Albena Mihaylova - Bulgaria]] ,    Krassimir Terziev - Bulgaria ,   
[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MathiasWagnerK.htm | Mathias Wagner K - Germany]] ,
    Kostas Beveratos  - Greece ,   Dimitris Tsardakas - Greece ,  
[[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/Prespes.htm | Babis Kandilaptis - Greece / Belgium]] ,    Nicolas Kozakis - Greece / Belgium ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MayaBontzou.html | Maya Bontzou -Greece]] ,    [[http://www.softknot.gr/thatime/ | Dimitris Dokatzis - Greece]] ,    Ilias Marmaras - Greece ,    Dimitris Tzamouranis - Greece/Germany ,    Maurice Ganis - Greece ,    Angelo Skourtis - Greece ,   
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Irene Paskali - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm | Yane Calovski-Macedonia]] ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm |Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia]] ,    Floe Tudor - Romania ,   Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    Per Pegelow - Russia ,   Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia ,    [[http://www.webheaven.co.yu/nato/find_criminal.htm | Andrej Tisma -Serbia]],    Hammer creative - Serbia ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,     Gulsen Bal - Turkey ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,    Genco   Gulan - Turkey ,   
Ruth Catlow
- UK ,    Andy Deck - USA ,    Doron Golan - USA ,    Morgan Showalter - USA ,   
to:
Irene Paskali - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm | Yane Calovski-Macedonia]] ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm |Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia]] ,    [[http://www.exapes.org/ | Floe Tudor - Romania]] ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    Per Pegelow - Russia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/VukCosic.htm | Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia]] ,   [[http://www.webheaven.co.yu/nato/find_criminal.htm | Andrej Tisma -Serbia]],    Hammer creative - Serbia ,   Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,     Gulsen Bal - Turkey ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,   Genco  Gulan - Turkey ,     
Ruth Catlow - UK ,
   Andy Deck - USA ,    Doron Golan - USA ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/MorganShowalter.html | Morgan Showalter - USA]] ,   
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Robert Alias Dragot - Albania ,      Genti Shkurti - Albania ,  Beatrijs Albers - Belgium
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Robert Alias Dragot - Albania ,      [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/GentiShkurti.htm | Genti Shkurti - Albania]] ,  Beatrijs Albers - Belgium
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Babis Kandilaptis - Greece / Belgium ,    Nicolas Kozakis - Greece / Belgium ,    Maya Bontzou -Greece ,    Dimitris Dokatzis - Greece ,    Ilias Marmaras - Greece ,    Dimitris Tzamouranis - Greece/Germany ,    Maurice Ganis - Greece ,    Angelo Skourtis - Greece ,   
to:
Babis Kandilaptis - Greece / Belgium ,    Nicolas Kozakis - Greece / Belgium ,    Maya Bontzou -Greece ,    [[http://www.softknot.gr/thatime/ | Dimitris Dokatzis - Greece]] ,    Ilias Marmaras - Greece ,    Dimitris Tzamouranis - Greece/Germany ,    Maurice Ganis - Greece ,    Angelo Skourtis - Greece ,   
May 01, 2006, at 08:21 AM by 87.202.17.118 -
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Irene Paskali - Macedonia ,    Yane Calovski-Macedonia ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia ,    Floe Tudor - Romania ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    Per Pegelow - Russia ,    Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia ,    [[http://www.webheaven.co.yu/nato/find_criminal.htm | Andrej Tisma -Serbia]],    Hammer creative - Serbia ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal - Turkey ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan - Turkey ,   
to:
Irene Paskali - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm | Yane Calovski-Macedonia]] ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    [[http://www.balkanwars.org/main/SpiralTrip.htm |Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia]] ,    Floe Tudor - Romania ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    Per Pegelow - Russia ,    Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia ,    [[http://www.webheaven.co.yu/nato/find_criminal.htm | Andrej Tisma -Serbia]],    Hammer creative - Serbia ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal - Turkey ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan - Turkey ,   
May 01, 2006, at 08:19 AM by 87.202.17.118 -
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Irene Paskali - Macedonia ,    Yane Calovski-Macedonia ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia ,    Floe Tudor - Romania ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    Per Pegelow - Russia ,    Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia ,    Andrej Tisma -Serbia,    Hammer creative - Serbia ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal - Turkey ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan - Turkey ,   
to:
Irene Paskali - Macedonia ,    Yane Calovski-Macedonia ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia ,    Floe Tudor - Romania ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    Per Pegelow - Russia ,    Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia ,    [[http://www.webheaven.co.yu/nato/find_criminal.htm | Andrej Tisma -Serbia]],    Hammer creative - Serbia ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal - Turkey ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan - Turkey ,   
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Forum 2003, June 2003, Thessalonica\\
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[[Forum 2003, June 2003, Thessalonica]]\\
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In the Gorges of the Balkans. A report, July - October 2003, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel\\
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[[In the Gorges of the Balkans]]. A report, July - October 2003, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel\\
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Synch Festival, July 2005, Layrio, Athens

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[[Synch Festival]], July 2005, Layrio, Athens

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Going Public 05 - Communities and Territories, May 2005, Larissa, Greece\\
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[[Going Public 05]] - Communities and Territories, May 2005, Larissa, Greece\\
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Channel Zero, Netherlands Media Art Institute Montevideo, August 2004 , Amsterdam, The Netherlands\\
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[[Channel Zero]], Netherlands Media Art Institute Montevideo, August 2004 , Amsterdam, The Netherlands\\
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City Museum of Skopje, May 2004, Skopje, Macedonia \\
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[[City Museum of Skopje, May 2004, Skopje]], Macedonia \\
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[[Best project award for 2005, European Media Art Festival, April 2005, Osnabrueck, Germany]]\\
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Best project award for 2005, [[European Media Art Festival]], April 2005, Osnabrueck, Germany\\
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Eugene Savitzkaya ‘V Belgium , Reggy Timmermans ‘V Belgium ,    Koen Wastijn  ‘V Belgium  ,   
Ria Pacquee ‘V Belgium ,    Albena Mihaylova ‘V Bulgaria ,    Krassimir Terziev ‘V Bulgaria ,   
Mathias Wagner K ‘V Germany ,    Kostas Beveratos  ‘V Greece ,    Dimitris Tsardakas ‘V Greece ,   
Babis Kandilaptis ‘V  Greece / Belgium ,    Nicolas Kozakis ‘V Greece / Belgium ,    Maya Bontzou ‘V Greece ,    Dimitris Dokatzis ‘V Greece ,    Ilias Marmaras ‘V Greece ,    Dimitris Tzamouranis - Greece/Germany ,    Maurice Ganis ‘V Greece ,    Angelo Skourtis ‘V Greece ,   
Panos Vittorakis - Greece ,    Vassilis Kokkas ‘V Greece / Germany ,    Alexandros Spyropoulos ‘V Greece ,    Antonio Riello ‘V Italy / Holland , Chiara Passa  ‘V Italy , OPA & HA-Macedonia ,
Irene Paskali ‘V Macedonia ,    Yane Calovski-Macedonia ,    Natasha Dimitrievska ‘V Macedonia ,    Hristina Ivanoska ‘V Macedonia ,    Floe Tudor ‘V Romania ,    Mona Vatamanu ‘V Romania ,    Per Pegelow ‘V Russia ,    Vuk Cosic ‘V Serbia  / Slovenia ,    Andrej Tisma ‘V Serbia,    Hammer creative ‘V Serbia ,  Milena Zevu ‘V Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal ‘V Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal ‘V Turkey ,    Cem Genser ‘V Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan ‘V Turkey ,   
Ruth Catlow ‘V UK ,    Andy Deck ‘V USA ,    Doron Golan ‘V USA ,    Morgan Showalter ‘V USA ,   
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Eugene Savitzkaya - Belgium , Reggy Timmermans - Belgium ,    Koen Wastijn  - Belgium  ,   
Ria Pacquee - Belgium ,    Albena Mihaylova - Bulgaria ,    Krassimir Terziev - Bulgaria ,   
Mathias Wagner K - Germany ,    Kostas Beveratos  - Greece ,    Dimitris Tsardakas - Greece ,   
Babis Kandilaptis - Greece / Belgium ,    Nicolas Kozakis - Greece / Belgium ,    Maya Bontzou -Greece ,    Dimitris Dokatzis - Greece ,    Ilias Marmaras - Greece ,    Dimitris Tzamouranis - Greece/Germany ,    Maurice Ganis - Greece ,    Angelo Skourtis - Greece ,   
Panos Vittorakis - Greece ,    Vassilis Kokkas - Greece / Germany ,    Alexandros Spyropoulos - Greece ,    Antonio Riello - Italy / Holland , Chiara Passa  - Italy , OPA & HA-Macedonia ,
Irene Paskali - Macedonia ,    Yane Calovski-Macedonia ,    Natasha Dimitrievska - Macedonia ,    Hristina Ivanoska - Macedonia ,    Floe Tudor - Romania ,    Mona Vatamanu -Romania ,    Per Pegelow - Russia ,    Vuk Cosic - Serbia  / Slovenia ,    Andrej Tisma -Serbia,    Hammer creative - Serbia ,  Milena Zevu - Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal - Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal - Turkey ,    Cem Genser - Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan - Turkey ,   
Ruth Catlow - UK ,    Andy Deck - USA ,    Doron Golan - USA ,    Morgan Showalter - USA ,   
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Entering the game the player forms her/his identity/avatar by selecting three characteristics/words out of 16 available choices. These words refer to the semiology of an imaginary re-construction of the Balkan character, as perceived through time and history. The game-play is based on the variable of [[Balkanisation]]. Moving within the space the players discover that their behaviour define their degree of participation in this simulated Balkan reality. The stance of Balkanisation or De ‘VBalkanisation changes depending on which video the player is watching, as well as by the interaction between the avatars.


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Entering the game the player forms her/his identity/avatar by selecting three characteristics/words out of 16 available choices. These words refer to the semiology of an imaginary re-construction of the Balkan character, as perceived through time and history. The game-play is based on the variable of [[Balkanisation]]. Moving within the space the players discover that their behaviour define their degree of participation in this simulated Balkan reality. The stance of Balkanisation or De-Balkanisation changes depending on which video the player is watching, as well as by the interaction between the avatars.


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„« Forum 2002, November 2002, Thessalonica\\

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Conversations, art and society in Europe, December 2002, Athens

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Forum 2003, June 2003, Thessalonica

„« ‘§In
the Gorges of the Balkans. A report‘¨, July  ‘V October 2003, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kasel

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Academy of Fine Arts, February 2004, Madrid
„« Art Athina, May 2004, Athens

„« City
Museum of Skopje, May 2004, Skopje

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[++The Making of Balkan Wars: The Game++] was presented at



Previews-round tables\\


Forum 2002, November 2002, Thessalonica\\
Conversations, art and society in Europe, December 2002, Athens\\
Forum 2003, June 2003, Thessalonica\\
In
the Gorges of the Balkans. A report, July - October 2003, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel\\
Academy of Fine Arts, February 2004, Madrid\\
Art Athina, May 2004, Athens\\
City
Museum of Skopje, May 2004, Skopje\\
Casa Transit, November 2004, Cluj\\
Video Zone 2, November 2004, Tel-Aviv\\
Beyond Stereotypes, October 2005, Tbilisi


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MediaLab Madrid , February – March 2004, Madrid, Spain \\
City Museum of Skopje, May 2004, Skopje, Macedonia \\
Channel Zero, Netherlands Media Art Institute Montevideo, August 2004 , Amsterdam, The Netherlands\\
Casa Tranzit , November 2004, Cluj, Romania\\
REX Cultural Center, December 2004, Belgrade, Serbia\\
Best project award for 2005, European Media Art Festival, April 2005, Osnabrueck, Germany\\
Going Public 05 - Communities and Territories, May 2005, Larissa, Greece\\
Synch Festival, July 2005, Layrio, Athens


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Curating: Personal Cinema


Coordinating: Ilias Marmaras, Nina Vagic


Web site: Maya Bontzou


Communication: Daphne Dragona

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Curating: Personal Cinema\\
Coordinating: Ilias Marmaras, Nina Vagic\\
Web site: Maya Bontzou\\
Communication: Daphne Dragona\\
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Hellenic Ministry of Culture

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Kunsthalle Fridericianum

Rene Block

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Goethe Institute of Bucarest

Swiss Cultural programme , Macedonia and Serbia
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Goethe Institute of Athens\\
Hellenic Ministry of Culture\\
Stability Pact for South-Eastern Europe\\
Kunsthalle Fridericianum\\
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Entering the game the player forms her/his identity/avatar by selecting three characteristics/words out of 16 available choices. These words refer to the semiology of an imaginary re-construction of the Balkan character, as perceived through time and history. The game-play is based on the variable of [[Balkanisation]]. Moving within the space the players discover that their behaviour define their degree of participation in this simulated Balkan reality. The stance of Balkanisation or De ‘VBalkanisation changes depending on which video the player is watching, as well as by the interaction between the avatars.


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„« Forum 2002, November 2002, Thessalonica\\

„« Conversations, art and society in Europe, December 2002, Athens

„« Forum 2003, June 2003, Thessalonica

„« ‘§In the Gorges of the Balkans. A report‘¨, July  ‘V October 2003, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kasel

„« Academy of Fine Arts, February 2004, Madrid
„« Art Athina, May 2004, Athens

„« City Museum of Skopje, May 2004, Skopje

„« Casa Transit, November 2004, Cluj

„« Video Zone 2, November 2004, Tel-Aviv

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Eugene Savitzkaya – Belgium , Reggy Timmermans – Belgium ,    Koen Wastijn  – Belgium  ,   
Ria Pacquee – Belgium ,    Albena Mihaylova – Bulgaria ,    Krassimir Terziev – Bulgaria ,   
Mathias Wagner K – Germany ,    Kostas Beveratos  – Greece ,    Dimitris Tsardakas – Greece ,   
Babis Kandilaptis –  Greece / Belgium ,    Nicolas Kozakis – Greece / Belgium ,    Maya Bontzou – Greece ,    Dimitris Dokatzis – Greece ,    Ilias Marmaras – Greece ,    Dimitris Tzamouranis - Greece/Germany ,    Maurice Ganis – Greece ,    Angelo Skourtis – Greece ,   
Panos Vittorakis - Greece ,    Vassilis Kokkas – Greece / Germany ,    Alexandros Spyropoulos – Greece ,    Antonio Riello – Italy / Holland , Chiara Passa  – Italy , OPA & HA-Macedonia ,
Irene Paskali – Macedonia ,    Yane Calovski-Macedonia ,    Natasha Dimitrievska – Macedonia ,    Hristina Ivanoska – Macedonia ,    Floe Tudor – Romania ,    Mona Vatamanu – Romania ,    Per Pegelow – Russia ,    Vuk Cosic – Serbia  / Slovenia ,    Andrej Tisma – Serbia,    Hammer creative – Serbia ,  Milena Zevu – Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal – Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal – Turkey ,    Cem Genser – Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan – Turkey ,   
Ruth Catlow – UK ,    Andy Deck – USA ,    Doron Golan – USA ,    Morgan Showalter – USA ,   
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Robert Alias Dragot - Albania ,      Genti Shkurti ‘V Albania ,  Beatrijs Albers ‘V Belgium
Aniceto Exposito-Lopez -Spain/ Belgium ,  Angel Vergara ‘V Spain / Belgium
Francis Schmetz ‘V Belgium ,    Jacques Lizene ‘V Belgium ,  Marie Andre /Belgium ,
Eugene Savitzkaya ‘V Belgium , Reggy Timmermans ‘V Belgium ,    Koen Wastijn  ‘V Belgium  ,   
Ria Pacquee ‘V Belgium ,    Albena Mihaylova ‘V Bulgaria ,    Krassimir Terziev ‘V Bulgaria ,   
Mathias Wagner K ‘V Germany ,    Kostas Beveratos  ‘V Greece ,    Dimitris Tsardakas ‘V Greece ,   
Babis Kandilaptis ‘V  Greece / Belgium ,    Nicolas Kozakis ‘V Greece / Belgium ,    Maya Bontzou ‘V Greece ,    Dimitris Dokatzis ‘V Greece ,    Ilias Marmaras ‘V Greece ,    Dimitris Tzamouranis - Greece/Germany ,    Maurice Ganis ‘V Greece ,    Angelo Skourtis ‘V Greece ,   
Panos Vittorakis - Greece ,    Vassilis Kokkas ‘V Greece / Germany ,    Alexandros Spyropoulos ‘V Greece ,    Antonio Riello ‘V Italy / Holland , Chiara Passa  ‘V Italy , OPA & HA-Macedonia ,
Irene Paskali ‘V Macedonia ,    Yane Calovski-Macedonia ,    Natasha Dimitrievska ‘V Macedonia ,    Hristina Ivanoska ‘V Macedonia ,    Floe Tudor ‘V Romania ,    Mona Vatamanu ‘V Romania ,    Per Pegelow ‘V Russia ,    Vuk Cosic ‘V Serbia  / Slovenia ,    Andrej Tisma ‘V Serbia,    Hammer creative ‘V Serbia ,  Milena Zevu ‘V Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal ‘V Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal ‘V Turkey ,    Cem Genser ‘V Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan ‘V Turkey ,   
Ruth Catlow ‘V UK ,    Andy Deck ‘V USA ,    Doron Golan ‘V USA ,    Morgan Showalter ‘V USA ,   
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[++With the support of++]

Goethe Institute of Athens

Hellenic Ministry of Culture

Stability Pact for South-Eastern Europe

Kunsthalle Fridericianum

Rene Block

Goethe Institute of Belgrade

Goethe Institute of Bucarest

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Irene Paskali – Macedonia ,    Yane Calovski-Macedonia ,    Natasha Dimitrievska – Macedonia ,    Hristina Ivanoska – Macedonia ,    Floe Tudor – Romania ,    Mona Vatamanu – Romania ,    Per Pegelow – Russia ,    Vuk Cosic – Serbia  / Slovenia ,    Andrej Tisma – Serbia,    Hammer creative – Serbia ,  Milena Zevu – Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal – Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal – Turkey ,    Cem Genser – Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan – Turkey ,   
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Robert Alias Dragot - Albania ,      Genti Shkurti – Albania ,  Beatrijs Albers – Belgium
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Jacques Lizene – Belgium



Marie Andre /Belgium



Eugene Savitzkaya – Belgium



Reggy Timmermans – Belgium



Koen Wastijn  – Belgium



Ria Pacquee – Belgium



Albena Mihaylova – Bulgaria



Krassimir Terziev – Bulgaria



Mathias Wagner K – Germany



Kostas Beveratos  – Greece



Dimitris Tsardakas – Greece



Babis Kandilaptis –  Greece / Belgium




Nicolas Kozakis – Greece / Belgium




Maya Bontzou – Greece




Dimitris Dokatzis – Greece




Ilias Marmaras – Greece




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Maurice Ganis – Greece



Angelo Skourtis – Greece



Panos Vittorakis-Greece



Vassilis Kokkas – Greece / Germany



Alexandros Spyropoulos – Greece



Antonio Riello – Italy / Holland



Chiara Passa  – Italy



OPA & HA-Macedonia



Irene Paskali – Macedonia
Yane Calovski-Macedonia
Natasha Dimitrievska – Macedonia
Hristina Ivanoska – Macedonia
Floe Tudor – Romania
D-Media-Romania
Mona Vatamanu – Romania
Per Pegelow – Russia
Vuk Cosic – Serbia  / Slovenia
Andrej Tisma – Serbia
Hammer creative – Serbia
Milena Zevu – Serbia / Hungary
Selda Asal – Turkey
Gulsen Bal – Turkey
Cem Genser – Turkey
Genco  Gulan – Turkey
Ruth Catlow – UK
Andy Deck – USA
Doron Golan – USA
Morgan Showalter – USA
Stewart Ziff – UK / USA
 


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Robert Alias Dragot - Albania ,      Genti Shkurti – Albania ,  Beatrijs Albers – Belgium ,
Aniceto Exposito-Lopez -Spain/ Belgium ,  Angel Vergara – Spain / Belgium , 
Francis Schmetz – Belgium ,    Jacques Lizene – Belgium ,  Marie Andre /Belgium ,
Eugene Savitzkaya – Belgium , Reggy Timmermans – Belgium ,    Koen Wastijn  – Belgium  ,   
Ria Pacquee – Belgium ,    Albena Mihaylova – Bulgaria ,    Krassimir Terziev – Bulgaria ,   
Mathias Wagner K – Germany ,    Kostas Beveratos  – Greece ,    Dimitris Tsardakas – Greece ,   
Babis Kandilaptis –  Greece / Belgium ,    Nicolas Kozakis – Greece / Belgium ,    Maya Bontzou – Greece ,    Dimitris Dokatzis – Greece ,    Ilias Marmaras – Greece ,    Dimitris Tzamouranis - Greece/Germany ,    Maurice Ganis – Greece ,    Angelo Skourtis – Greece ,   
Panos Vittorakis - Greece ,    Vassilis Kokkas – Greece / Germany ,    Alexandros Spyropoulos – Greece ,    Antonio Riello – Italy / Holland , Chiara Passa  – Italy , OPA & HA-Macedonia ,
    Irene Paskali – Macedonia ,    Yane Calovski-Macedonia ,    Natasha Dimitrievska – Macedonia ,    Hristina Ivanoska – Macedonia ,    Floe Tudor – Romania ,    Mona Vatamanu – Romania ,    Per Pegelow – Russia ,    Vuk Cosic – Serbia  / Slovenia ,    Andrej Tisma – Serbia,    Hammer creative – Serbia ,  Milena Zevu – Serbia / Hungary ,    Selda Asal – Turkey ,    Gulsen Bal – Turkey ,    Cem Genser – Turkey ,    Genco  Gulan – Turkey ,   
Ruth Catlow – UK ,    Andy Deck – USA ,    Doron Golan – USA ,    Morgan Showalter – USA ,   
Stewart Ziff – UK / USA   
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[++Credits++]

Curating: Personal Cinema
Coordinating: Ilias Marmaras, Nina Vagic
Web site: Maya Bontzou
Communication: Daphne Dragona
DVD production: Panos Vittorakis

[++Participating Artists++]
 

Robert Alias Dragot - Albania
Genti Shkurti – Albania
Beatrijs Albers – Belgium
AnicetoExposito-Lopez -Spain/ Belgium
Angel Vergara – Spain / Belgium
Francis Schmetz – Belgium   
Jacques Lizene – Belgium
Marie Andre /Belgium
Eugene Savitzkaya – Belgium
Reggy Timmermans – Belgium
Koen Wastijn  – Belgium
Ria Pacquee – Belgium
Albena Mihaylova – Bulgaria
Krassimir Terziev – Bulgaria
Mathias Wagner K – Germany
Kostas Beveratos  – Greece
Dimitris Tsardakas – Greece
Babis Kandilaptis –  Greece / Belgium
Nicolas Kozakis – Greece / Belgium
Maya Bontzou – Greece
Dimitris Dokatzis – Greece
Ilias Marmaras – Greece
DimitrisTzamouranis - Greece/Germany
Maurice Ganis – Greece
Angelo Skourtis – Greece
Panos Vittorakis-Greece
Vassilis Kokkas – Greece / Germany
Alexandros Spyropoulos – Greece
Antonio Riello – Italy / Holland
Chiara Passa  – Italy
OPA & HA-Macedonia
Irene Paskali – Macedonia
Yane Calovski-Macedonia
Natasha Dimitrievska – Macedonia
Hristina Ivanoska – Macedonia
Floe Tudor – Romania
D-Media-Romania
Mona Vatamanu – Romania
Per Pegelow – Russia
Vuk Cosic – Serbia  / Slovenia
Andrej Tisma – Serbia
Hammer creative – Serbia
Milena Zevu – Serbia / Hungary
Selda Asal – Turkey
Gulsen Bal – Turkey
Cem Genser – Turkey
Genco  Gulan – Turkey
Ruth Catlow – UK
Andy Deck – USA
Doron Golan – USA
Morgan Showalter – USA
Stewart Ziff – UK / USA
 


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Entering the game the player forms her/his identity/avatar by selecting three characteristics/words out of 16 available choices. These words refer to the semiology of an imaginary re-construction of the Balkan character, as perceived through time and history. The game-play is based on the variable of [[Balkanisation]]. Moving within the space the players discover that their behaviour define their degree of participation in this simulated Balkan reality. The stance of Balkanisation or De –Balkanisation changes depending on which video the player is watching, as well as by the interaction between the avatars.


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[[The Balkan Mall]] video gamethe central node of the project is a multi-user, 3D video game created by the Personal Cinema group which hosts videos, sounds, images and texts contributed by the participant artists. The game is formed by 20 different spaces shaping an imaginary shopping mall, which is an elevation of social, historical and cultural elements of the Balkans. It is a poetic metaphor, which has many moments of ironic stance towards the prevailing multicultural concepts, historic and religious disputes and contemporary political developments in the area.


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[[The Balkan Mall]] video game, the central node of the project is a multi-user, 3D video game created by the Personal Cinema group which hosts videos, sounds, images and texts contributed by the participant artists. The game is formed by 20 different spaces shaping an imaginary shopping mall, which is an elevation of social, historical and cultural elements of the Balkans. It is a poetic metaphor, which has many moments of ironic stance towards the prevailing multicultural concepts, historic and religious disputes and contemporary political developments in the area.


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[[The Balkan Mall video game]] the central node of the project is a multi-user, 3D video game created by the Personal Cinema group which hosts videos, sounds, images and texts contributed by the participant artists. The game is formed by 20 different spaces shaping an imaginary shopping mall, which is an elevation of social, historical and cultural elements of the Balkans. It is a poetic metaphor, which has many moments of ironic stance towards the prevailing multicultural concepts, historic and religious disputes and contemporary political developments in the area.


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[[The Balkan Mall]] video gamethe central node of the project is a multi-user, 3D video game created by the Personal Cinema group which hosts videos, sounds, images and texts contributed by the participant artists. The game is formed by 20 different spaces shaping an imaginary shopping mall, which is an elevation of social, historical and cultural elements of the Balkans. It is a poetic metaphor, which has many moments of ironic stance towards the prevailing multicultural concepts, historic and religious disputes and contemporary political developments in the area.


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is a Personal Cinema project primarily focused on the social and cultural issues within the Peninsula and on the [[http://personalcinema.org/wargame | creation]] of a network between artists, art critics, writers and curators from South eastern Europe. It presents new media works created by the 51 participating artists that investigate the Balkan territory and way of life.


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is a Personal Cinema project primarily focused on the social and cultural issues within the Peninsula and on the [[http://personalcinema.org/wargame | creation]] of a network between artists, art critics, writers and curators from South eastern Europe. It presents new media works created by the 51 participating artists that investigate the Balkan territory and way of life.


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"The Making of Balkan Wars: The Game" is a Personal Cinema project primarily focused on the social and cultural issues within the Peninsula and on the creation of a network between artists, art critics, writers and curators from South eastern Europe. It presents new media works created by the 51 participating artists that investigate the Balkan territory and way of life.
Both geopolitical war games and epic strategy video games are interrelated in this multi-media project. While virtual battle scenes are celebrated for their extreme realism, contemporary warfare has begun to resemble science fiction.
The reality (or virtual reality) presented by official narratives and industrial entertainment does not adequately describe the experiences of the people who are caught in the actual war games. In the real-time of global networks, and in video games, the simplification of cultures and history is itself a form of violence.
The Making of Balkan Wars: The Game is intended to counteract the sensational spectacle of war presented by the media by deconstructing stereotypes, focusing on the distortion of identities, and revising the dominant logic of explanation.
"The Balkan Mall" video game, the central node of the project is a multi-user, 3D video game created by the Personal Cinema group which hosts videos, sounds, images and texts contributed by the participant artists. The game is formed by 20 different spaces shaping an imaginary shopping mall, which is an elevation of social, historical and cultural elements of the Balkans. It is a poetic metaphor, which has many moments of ironic stance towards the prevailing multicultural concepts, historic and religious disputes and contemporary political developments in the area.
Entering the game the player forms her/his identity/avatar by selecting three characteristics/words out of 16 available choices. These words refer to the semiology of an imaginary re-construction of the Balkan character, as perceived through time and history. The game-play is based on the variable of Balkanisation. Moving within the space the players discover that their behaviour define their degree of participation in this simulated Balkan reality. The stance of Balkanisation or De –Balkanisation changes depending on which video the player is watching, as well as by the interaction between the avatars.
In the era of preventive wars, The Making of Balkan Wars: The Game is intended as a first preventive "art war", in which the character of the game offers the opportunity for serious inquiry into the matter of preventive strategy, development of the dialogue and tolerance between the people in the Balkans and the creation of an exchange art network which could provide a base for future regional collaboration.
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