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  CRiSAP.org
London, (UK)
CRiSAP is a research centre dedicated to the exploration of the rich complexities of sound as an artistic practice. Our main aim is to to extend the development of the emerging disciplinary field of sound arts and to encourage the broadening and deepening of the discursive context in which sound arts is practised.
  Modus Arts
(London, UK)
Modus Arts is a creative platform exploring the intersection between sound space and body space. We are structured as a soft edged network comprised of a core team of artists and associated artists, technicians and administrators, producing a range of installations, performances and theoretical writeups.
  SoundFjord
(London, UK)
Gallery and research unit dedicated to exhibiting Contemporary Sound Art, and to promote better knowledge and understanding of Sonic Arts to a wider public.
  Apo33
(Nantes, France)
Art, technology and research laboratory working in the fields of free software, collaborative practices, micromedia, environmental and urban mutations
  NK
(Berlin, Germany)
NK is an artist-run independent non-profit organization that is dedicated to Sound Arts.
  AntiTesi
(Palermo, Italy)
Italian cultural association based in Palermo (Sicily) and active worldwide. Founded in 1995 by musician Domenico Sciajno. Center for self-documentation, research and interdisciplinary developement for new forms of Arts, focuses on contemporary arts in its diverse expressions. Shows curiosity and courage facing unusual paths. In spite of stylistic boundaries and categorizations focuses on creativity of its members. Is a place for proposals against artistic and cultural omologation. Organizes cultural events, Festivals in the experimental music and artistic fields.
  Audiolab
(Spain)
Directed by Xabier Erkizia. Has organized dozens of workshops (on improvisation, sound and space, conceptual music, music and politics, free software, field recording practices…), concerts, lectures, seminaries, online projects (soinumapa, hots! radio, re:mapa…), publications (Noise & capitalism, zehar magazine, [un]common sounds…) and other events.
  Piksel
(Bergen, Norway)
Piksel is an international event for artists and developers working with Free/Libre and Open Source technologies in artistic practice. Part workshop, part festival, it is organised in Bergen, Norway, and involves participants from more than a dozen countries exchanging ideas, coding, presenting art and software projects, doing workshops, performances and discussions on the aesthetics and politics of FLOSS & art.
  Granular
(Portugal
Granular dedicates itself to research and employ international resources, contacts and collaborations in the institutional and private realm, hoping to be – via our website – a constant observatory and center of divulgation of the arts of experimental character, contributing a decisive form for divulgation and visibility of projects that need, for their nature, an adequate treatment in interest and relevance, which is necessary for contemporary creation.
  Fonoteca Nacional
(Mexico)
The National Sound Archive of Mexico
  Southern Illinois University
(Cardondale, USA)
Department of Radio-Television
  IMT Gallery
(London, UK)
IMT Galleryis a cutting-edge contemporary art gallery set up in 2005 by Lindsay Friend on Cambridge Heath Road in Bethnal Green, London. The vision of the gallery is to stage challenging and ambitious exhibitions complemented with talks by artists, curators and critics. The gallery was established to encourage innovative ideas and practices and promote artists who tackle concerns at the heart of contemporary culture.