International Electronic Network 'Communication Access for Everybody' (CAFE Electronic)
Réseau international 'Accès à la communication pour tous' (CAFE électronique)
1984, Santa Monica CA (USA), by Kit Galloway and Sherrie Rabinowitz. Also referred to as Electronic Café International. European branch set up 1987, by Don Foresta and Georges-Albert Kisfaludi. Parallel organization: Artistes en réseaux. Ceased to exist 2000.
Via an electronic network, allow artists and researchers to use new communications technology to explore, with the public, interactive exchange as a new mode of expression and creation.Available with paid subscription only.
Three types of communication: artist-artist; artist-public; public-public. Regular events open to public observation and participation.
Members in 11 countries
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- Transportation, Telecommunications
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