NeMe (/ˈniːm/) is a non profit, Cyprus registered cultural NGO founded in November 2004. NeMe works on three platforms – a virtual, a permanent and an itinerant one – and focuses on contemporary theories and their intersection with the arts.
NeMe’s itinerant platform, the IMCA (Independent Museum of Contemporary Art) presents NeMe projects which include, exhibitions, publications, performances, new media events, lectures, workshops and archives. The form of the IMCA is determined as a practice or process by the nature of each project with the notion of the exhibition “space” being constantly revised and redefined.
NeMe’s virtual platform resides in two websites:
neme.org provides a service by publishing critical texts and filtered cultural information which includes arts news and calls. A forum is also offered and openness for public discussion is encouraged. A concise list of latest entries for these is maintained on our homepage.
The founders of NeMe are Helene Black, Yiannis Colakides and Konstantinos Sophocleous. NeMe has 23 members.
About this site
This site is NeMe’s first major ongoing project and has been on line since 27 February 2005.
neme.org site was created to:
- Encourage the circulation and discourse of ideas, experience, knowledge and views
- Inform about International arts events and news
- Inform about international arts calls and opportunities
Calls and arts news in this site are moderated and are collected via news letters, submissions and press releases from the organisers of the events and a large number of other on and off line sources. They are published here under the Creative Commons licence.
NeMe does not double check the authenticity of the calls and/or news and urges those who are interested in visiting or taking part in those events to do their own research.
Current editors of NeMe website are Yiannis Colakides, Iannis Zannos and Helene Black.
All texts in this site are published with the permission of the authors andto those, belongs to them. As such no text published in this site may be translated, reproduced, republished, photographed or stored on microfilm, in electronic databases, video disks, etc., without first obtaining written permission from the authors. The views expressed in these texts do not necessarily reflect those of NeMe.
Current contributors are: Andrew Benjamin, Andrew Vande Moere, Aristide Antonas, Belinda Barnet, Charles Esche, Christiane Paul, Christopher Gordon, Christos Barboutis, Denise Robinson, Eduardo Kac, Edward A. Shanken, Erkki Huhtamo, Faith Wilding, Geoff Cox, Gordon Winiemko, Gregory Sholette, Hakim Bey, Helene Black, Iannis Zannos, Ioannis MICHALOU(di)S, Jelena Vesic, Jeremy Hight, Jesse Cohn, Jette Sandahl, Joanne Morra, Jorge Bruno Ventura, Judith Donath, Lanfranco Aceti, Lev Manovich, Luís Cláudio Ribeiro, Maja and Reuben Fowkes, Marc James Léger, Marina Grzinic, Mark Amerika, Marquard Smith, Martin Knahl, Martin Rieser, McKenzie Wark, Michael Filimowicz, Michael Haerdter, Mike Sandbothe, Miya Yoshida, Nico Carpentier, Nikos Papastergiadis, Paul Vanouse, Ricardo Miranda Zúñiga, Richard Barbrook, Ryszard W. Kluszczyński, Sean Cubitt, Shaun Wilson, Sheila Pinkel, Simon Sheikh, Soraya Murray, Srećko Horvat, Stelarc, Steve Dietz, Svetlana Boym, Tiffany Holmes, Timothy Murray, Yiannis Colakides.
Posted: 04 November 2016
Short URL: http://news.neme.org/233