A key research theme in 2011-12 at m-cult deals with bringing video to the landscape of open publishing by developing free media archives, and collaborative remix practices.
The research and experimentation project is based on artistic and open source practices, and informed by the use of metadata and open content models to enable collaborative production.
FLOSS Manuals is an international network to produce documentation on free, open source software.
m-cult.net is an information service on media art and digital culture, maintained by m-cult since 2002.
Rajapinnalla (Thresholders) is a five-part documentary on media art, co-produced by Koskela Art & Media House and m-cult for the digital YLE Teema channel in 2003-04.
Capturing the Moving Mind (September 7-21, 2005) was a Trans-Siberian conference on the changing forms of movement and management in globalisation. Media artist, developer Adam Hyde and m-cult produced a mobile capture concept for documenting the conference as it moved from Helsinki and Moscow via Novosibirsk and Ulanbaatar to Beijing.
Read_me, the first international festival dedicated to software art was brought from Moscow to Helsinki in 2003 by its curators Alexei Shulgin and Olga Goriunova. Read_me 2.3 presented software-based artistic and critical projects as well as talks and performances on code-based experimentation and action.