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  May 30 - 31, 2009
In/Visibility, Access and Urban Zoning

World-Information City Paris 2009 is an international, two day conference focusing on four major themes within the wide field of new urban geographies: mobility, global flows and local dynamics, the remaking of urban spaces through new strategies of conflict and security, and new approaches to map distributed action in space. Mobility – of people, goods, and information – across distances large and small has become an ever more salient aspect of a wide range of social practices.
  November 14 - 20, 2005
Global Information Landscapes and Urban Transformations

World-Information City is a one-week programme of events addressing global issues of intellectual property and technology in conjunction with changing urban landscapes. Held at India's IT metropolis Bangalore, World-Information City is a cooperative project of the Institute of New Culture Technologies/t0 (Vienna), Sarai CSDS (Delhi), Waag Society (Amsterdam), ALF (Bangalore), Mahiti (Bangalore) and local partners. The programme brings together researchers, artists and activists from Europe and South Asia. It consists of a conference, workshops, an exhibition, a public campaign, and a series of musical and art events based on electronic media.
  22 March to 5 April, 2003 / 19 April to 5 May, 2003

Conceived as an ongoing effort to critically observe and investigate new technologies in a societal, economic and artistic context World-Information.Org opened its doors in Serbia. There the World-Information Exhibition was shown from 22 March to 5 April, 2003, in Novi Sad's Museum of the Revolution and from 19 April to 5 May, 2003, at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade. Accompanying the exhibitions were the World-Information Forum entitled “Total DisInformation Awareness” held on 20 April, 2003, in Belgrade and the World-Information Lounge.
  November 15 to December 15, 2002

After successful major presentations in Brussels and Vienna World-Information.Org once again staged its extensive exhibition and conference program, this time in the Dutch capital Amsterdam. In the Oude Kerk World-Information.Org outlined the history of communication networks and their future, exhibited historic and state-of-the-art control and surveillance technology and displayed digital artworks and installations.
  November 24 to December 24, 2000

From 24 November to 24 December, 2000, the Technical Museum Vienna provided the venue for the World-Information Exhibition that invited to a journey into the realms of information. The exhibition was divided into three parts: "World-Infostructure", "Future Heritage" and "World-C4U", and accompanied by the World Information Forum and a complex art mediation program.
  June 30 to July 30, 2000

In July 2000 World-Information.Org presented its extensive exhibition and conference program in Brussels, where it had been invited by the European City of Culture Brussels2000 to stage the lead project of the new media program. Through its three exhibitions "World-Infostructure", "Future Heritage" and "World-C4U", the World-InfoCon conference and a varied supporting program it offered visitors an exploration of the latest developments in information and communication technologies.
World-Information.Org's program includes public events, such as exhibitions and conferences that enable a practical experience of new art forms and novel modes of cultural communication and participation. Supplementing the variety of events World-Information.Org maintains a web site, which features a series of innovative online tools for researchers and the interested public and includes an extensive knowledge base, a link database and a high-profile newsroom. World-Information.Org is also committed to support the cultural heritage of the future and provides the infrastructure and Infostructure for a multitude of artistic projects.

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