Now at iMAL!

Tuesday, 3 March 2015 | 16:00 - 22:00

Residency and performance by Lucille Calmel & Gaëtan Rusquet

After the performance based on an almost true story., presented at the Trouble festival and at iMAL beginning 2014, Lucille Calmel and Gaëtan Rusquet will present the second season of based on an almost true story. and the cat-cinema. 


19 March - 26 April 2015

The floppy cd-rom revolution

Welcome to the Future! proposes a historical selection of art & culture cd-roms and electronic artworks published on floppies, mostly produced in the 90s highlighting the short life of born-digital art. It presents early pioneering works in new media and digital arts, conveying many visions and utopias around the upcoming digital world as well as remarkable explorations of interactive digital media.

Friday, 20 March 2015 | 17:30 - 19:00

Lecture by Bob Stein (Voyager) and debate

An exceptional lecture by Bob Stein, one of the major and pioneering actors in electronic publishing and founder of The Voyager Company and the Institute for the Future of the Book. The lecture will be followed by a round table debate, moderated by Emanuel Lorrain (PACKED) and Morgane Batoz-Herges (PILen) and with the participation of Etienne Mineur (éditions volumiques), Pierre Lavoie (former Hyptique), Eric Swenson (NEA) and Yves Bernard (former Magic Media, iMAL).


9 April - 11 April 2015

With Ben Fino-Radin (MoMA) & Vincent Leclaire (Sicilium)

iMAL and PACKED - Centre of Expertise in Digital Heritage, are organising a 2-days workshop and 1-day open atelier on the handling of obsolete data carriers and computer hardware, with Ben Fino-Radin, Digital Repository Manager at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and Vincent Leclaire from Sicilium.


Saturday, 14 March 2015 | 13:00 - 18:00

Supporting your new media art projects

Code, Arts & Crafts is a creative platform where artists, designers, makers and students can develop, share and reflect upon their new projects and experiments, made in Processing and/or Arduino.

24 February - 31 March 2015

Introduction to Lasercutting, 3D printing & CNC milling

Do you want to make your own projects with the fantastic tools of FabLab.iMALYou'll first need to learn some basic skills by following our introductory workshop!


For this first Arts/Sciences gathering of the year, iMAL invites Belgian film maker and visual artist Frank Theys for a lecture...
In February, iMAL brings back the monthly Code, Arts & Crafts sessions! Code, Arts & Crafts is a creative platform where...
We will start 2015 with the Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey, who will lead a workshop that transforms participants into...
13/11/2014 - 14/12/2014
Peter Beyls is a Belgian pioneering interdisciplinary artist who has been exploring computer programming for nearly four decades. His...


22/08/2014 - 31/10/2014
In this work resulting from his residency at iMAL, new media and technology artist Ivan C. H. Liu explores the notion that love is so...
01/08/2014 - 30/09/2014
The SEBCTool (Social Excitement Behavior Communication Tool) is a device used to measure an emotional state. The ear-clip changes...
07/04/2014 - 16/04/2014
Cognito 2.0 is an interactive installation allowing visitors to fall into the mysterious world of a slightly shy robot examining and...
10/02/2014 - 21/02/2014
Beatbox Looper est un sampler multi-pistes spécialement conçu pour les Human Beatboxers. Cette application I-pad/I-phone permet d'...


Yves will participate to this symposium at ESAD Valence-Grenoble on March 2-4 with Bob Stein, Catherine Dixon, Ryan Nadel, Jan Barth and Yves Citton.
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From 21 January to 1 February 2015, Julien Maire's Man at Work 3d printed cinema installation created for the «Relief» exhibtion at iMAL is shown at V2_lab for the International Film Festival Rotterdam, in the Signals 24/7 programme. More here

In 2014, many other things happened at iMAL besides the visible public events. For instance, watch this video documentary shot at iMAL on Mécaniques Discursives, an installation by Fred Penelle & Yannick Jacquet, a project which we supported through a residency in 2013.