[R][R][F]200x—>XP – global networking project

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Even if Edition I of the RFF project environment was realised already in 2003 as a part of Biennale of New Media Art Merida/Mexico,
Agricola de Cologne started actually his global networking project only in 2004 as [R][R][F]2004—>XP which were running as an active project until the end of 2006 and was renamed then for permanent to [R][R][F]200x–>XP.

This ongoing project was a long term experiment starting in March 2004 simultaneously in Internet and at National Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest/Romania, Bergen Electronic Arts Centre Bergen/Norway and New Media Art Festival Bangkok. Many networking instances like artists, curators, institutions, organisations from all parts on the globe joint the project and initiated as an ongoing process a unique collection of collective memory of mankind manifested in advanced technological forms of contemporary art, i.e. net based art, an Internet specific form of digital art. The project is a hybrid form of an art, research & curatorial project, a virtual and physical network and a multi-leveled New Media event

[R][R][F] 200X–>XPhttp://rrf200x.newmediafest.org/ includes three basic components:

The basic subject–>“Memory and Identity”
The basic operating aspect–>”networking as artworking”.
The basic presentation aspect–>physical installation – the exchange/combination of virtual and physical space

Since its start in 2004,
[R][R][F] 200X–>XP was presented in most different constellations more than 50 times.
Even if the project was finalized at the end of 2006, parts of it, like VideoChannel, SoundLAB, but also Women: Memory of Repression in Argentina will continue transporting the spirit of this project further on.


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