In 2006, Salt Lake received a production grant from the Arts Numériques fund of the Communauté française de Belgique. In 2005, the project was awarded a prize at Concours Multimédia de la Communauté française. Earlier versions of Salt Lake were supported by Vooruit (Ghent), Nadine (Brussels) and the Municipality of Ixelles (Brussels).
Salt Lake has production support of iMAL (Yves Bernard)
iMAL (interactive Media Art Laboratory), is a non-profit association created in Brussels in 1999. iMAL was founded by individual artists, media producers, interactive designers, software engineers, and by NICC (a Belgian association of visual artists) with the objective to support artistic forms and practices using computer and network technologies as their medium. iMAL provides opportunities for experimenting and producing media art projects, either through residences in the lab or through creative workshops. Besides production and education, iMAL maintains a laboratory and an artists' workplace with a resource centre (equipment, documentation) and organizes various public activities in the field of digital culture, such as exhibitions ("CONTinENT" in 2000, "F2F" in 2003, "Infiltrations Digitales" in 2004, "openLAB" in 2005, "Art+Game" in 2006), concerts, and performances in order to create critical, interdisciplinary encounters between the public, artists, technology, and society. iMAL works on three axes: creative workshops and the lab (the process), European or international collaboration (the network) and public events (the creative, participatory and critical appropriation by the public of technology in the context of the information society).
More info about iMAL on www.imal.org