Momentum Resources

The Momentum Directory is a networking gateway linking the public to women and transgender artists who embrace varied technologies in their artistic production; other arts professionals who engage in critical explorations in the field of gender, feminism, art, and technology; and to resources of interest to women and transgender artists and arts professionals working with technology. 

The Directory links to participants' websites, giving equal access to emerging and mid-career, and establish professionals, thus creating a connection between them across geographic, economic, generational boundaries.

Momentum Directory Directory Index
(By Field)

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The Aphrodite Project - a series of new media artworks inspired by the cult of Aphrodite. Platforms is designed to question moral attitudes and value judgments, especially with this marginalized section of the population: Who gets new technology and when?

Archive of Digital Art -As a pioneer in the field of Media Arts research, the ARCHIVE OF DIGITAL ART documents the rapidly evolving field of digital installation art for more than a decade now. This complex, research-oriented overview of works at the intersection of art, science, and technology has been developed in cooperation with international media artists, researchers and institutions, as a collective project.

ArtFem.TV - ArtFem.TV is an online television programming presenting Art and Feminism. The aim of ArtFem.TV is to foster Women in the Arts, their art works and projects, to create an international online television screen for the creativity, images and voices of Women.

Art Intellegence - At Art Intelligence, we believe that art should be core, not extracurricular-in our lives AND in our schools. Our mission is to revolutionize art education. On a massive scale. On every tablet of every teacher, student, and art geek across the globe.

Bildwechsel - Bildwechsel is an umbrella organization for women, and their communities, who are involved in media, culture and art. Recognizing and celebrating the diverse and changing communities we live and work within we use the term woman+ - to reflect our inclusiveness to those that support us and work alongside us.

Experimental Television Center -The Center was founded in 1971, an outgrowth of a media access program established by Ralph Hocking at Binghamton University in 1969; today, the Center continues to provide support and services to the media arts community.

FACES -The faces list began operation in the Spring of 1997, a pragmatic response to the needs of a small but growing number of women in media. Initiated after a series of discussions that took place on the margins of European media arts and media culture events, via email, and in the dimly lit corners of bars begged the question "Where are the women?" While the list itself provides a certain frame, what takes place within that is up to the subscribers, who use it mainly as a channel to exchange information about projects, find collaborators, and discuss events. Perhaps the most beautiful and useful side effect is that it also works as an informal bed and breakfast for faces visiting different cities.

Feminist Media Studio - The Feminist Media Studio provides a space for bringing into con­ver­sa­tion the aesthetic strate­gies of ex­per­i­men­tal art and cinema with the political exigency of 'quick and dirty media,' engaging also with feminist schol­ar­ship in a research context. Located at Concordia Uni­ver­sity, in the Com­mu­ni­ca­tions and Jour­nal­ism building, the Studio shares space with two other labs-Fluxmedia and the Mobile Media Lab-with which the Studio col­lab­o­rates, both formally and in­for­mally.  The Studio includes fa­cil­i­ties for media pro­duc­tion, complex post-pro­duc­tion and ex­per­i­men­ta­tion with media in­stal­la­tions, and a structure for intensive seminars and workshops with visiting scholars, artists and activists.

Harvestworks - Founded as a not-for-profit organization by artists in 1977, Harvestworks has helped a generation of artists create new works using technology. Our mission is to support the creation and presentation of art works achieved through the use of new and evolving technologies.

Hexagram | CIAM - For over a decade, Hexagram | CIAM has been elaborating a unique model of research-creation, attracting international attention. Hexagram | CIAM comprises over eighty members in two main research centres at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and Concordia University. The centre also partners with researchers at the Université de Montréal and the École de technologie supérieure. Favouring a transdisciplinary approach, member researchers at Hexagram | CIAM initiate collaborative projects with researchers working in related and complementary disciplines. The centre also works with private arts and culture organizations in Quebec, Canada, and beyond.

Imaginary Media Artists - Interactive Development, Experiential and Multimedia Event Design, VFX, Animation, Motion Graphics, Production and Post Production, Museum and Retail Installation Design

Leonardo, the Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences, and Technology - Leonardo was founded in 1968 in Paris by kinetic artist and astronautical pioneer Frank Malina. Malina saw the need for a journal that would serve as an international channel of communication between artists, with emphasis on the writings of artists who use science and developing technologies in their work. Today, Leonardo is the leading journal for readers interested in the application of contemporary science and technology to the arts.

LilyPad Arduino - The LilyPad Arduino is a microcontroller board designed for wearables and e-textiles.

LilyPad MP3 - Part of the Lilypad E-textiles line, this board can be used to give your fabric creations the gift of music, or any other sounds you can put on a micro-SD card.

Miss Baltazar's Laboratory - Mz Baltazar's Laboratory is a weekly event taking place in Vienna (Austria), specifically for persons who call themselves women or trans.  Mz Baltazar's participants come from different backgrounds, ages and mindsets to exchange equipement, build circuits, play with DIY electronics and interactive art.

OBN -OBN stands for Old Boys Network. OBN is regarded as the first international Cyberfeminist alliance and was founded in 1997 in Berlin. OBN's concern is to build spaces in which Cyberfeminists can research, experiment, communicate and act.

quartier21 - quartier21 is a support structure that offers space and support to fifty small and medium-sized autonomous cultural initiatives within the MQ Wien. The various groups represented here have transformed the quartier21 into Vienna's center for contemporary "applied art." The emphasis is on digital culture, media art, conceptual art, sound art and game culture, street art, design, photography, literature, and fashion. - The aim of is to research and explore issues related to our contemporary world. We conduct our analysis from the perspective of contemporary art with contributions from artists, curators, and academics working in our field of interest at the international level. - Reel Grrls is an award-winning non-profit media arts and leadership training program for girls ages 9 - 19. Reel Grrls envisions a world in which women and girls have leadership roles in creating media and are represented behind and in front of the camera. - Rhizome advocates for contemporary art that creates richer and more critical digital cultures. As an arts organization based on the internet, we re-think artistic creation, distribution, and reception in relation to changing conditions associated with network technologies: shifting attentions, uncertain objects, multiple authors, casual labors.

Studio XX - Founded in 1996, Studio XX is a bilingual feminist artist-run centre for technological exploration, creation and critical reflection. XX supports independent media arts production and offers a platform for a multiplicity of territories, voices and creative actions by artists who identify as women, trans or dissident in the contemporary technological landscape.

subRosa - subRosa is a mutable (cyber)feminist art collective combining art, social activism and politics to explore and critique the intersections of information and bio technologies on women's bodies, lives and work. Since its founding in 1998, subRosa has developed situated, trans-disciplinary, performative, and discursive practices that create open-ended environments where participants engage with objects, texts, digital technologies, and critical learning experiences interacting with each other and the artists.

Video Data Bank - Founded at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) in 1976 at the inception of the media arts movement, the Video Data Bank (VDB) is a leading resource in the United States for video by and about contemporary artists. The VDB Collection includes the work of more than 550 artists and 5,500 video art titles, 2,500+ in active distribution.

ZERO1 - ZERO1 is where art meets technology to shape the future. Working with some of the most fertile and creative minds from the worlds of art, science, design, architecture, and technology, ZERO1 produces the ZERO1 Biennial, an international showcase of work at the nexus of art and technology and the ZERO1 Fellowship program where principles of artistic creativity are applied to real world innovation challenges.

ZKM Media Museum - the world's first and only museum for interactive art. Its thematic spectrum covers such areas as interactive film, simulation techniques for Cyberspace and the use of latest software applications on the Internet.

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