Upcoming Events

Wednesday, 5 April 2017 | 20:00 - 22:00

Bio-inspired Fragility and Technological Advancement

boredomresearch have been exploring, for two decades of artistic practice, the natural world through the medium of computational technologies. Their latest project, Robots in Distress, consists in a swarm of self-organising robots that monitor the environmental status of the Venetian Lagoon.

Past Events

04/11/2016 - 05/11/2016
An international symposium followed by a one-day hacklab dedicated to the issues at stake with the Blockchain technology.
30/03/2016
For this 13th edition of the DorkbotBRU, we’ve invited Lionel Maes, Romain Marula + Ivan Murit and François Zajéga to share with us...
11/03/2016
An overview of the curatorial topics of the Networked City 2013, the Participatory City 2014 and the In/Visible City 2015 that have...
17/02/2016
Jonas Degrave, reseacher in the field of artificial intelligence, will explain the philosophical issues we see looming at the horizon...

News

This 31st March 2017, Le Pass (Scientific Adventure Park, Frameries) is opening its WOW ZONE, a new space dedicated to digital culture. Five interactive artworks have been selected following a call for projects, to be exhibited for the next five years in the WOW ZONE.

Among these five pieces, two have been through a residency at iMAL....

In March 2017, iMAL and Packed start a two-year research collaboration funded by Innoviris, the Brussels Institute for Research and Innovation to develop methods, tools and services for the preservation of digital-born content, as well as their public access through a new kind of media library for digital artefacts.

More on imal.org...

In the continuation of the symposium Blockchain.Fact.Fiction.Future and its hacklab in November 2016, a Brussels community emerged : BlockchainFFF. Gathering developers, artists, designers, activists,...its goal is to continue exploring the blockchain and to develop projects. The first meeting will happen this Saturday 10 December, from 13:00 to 18:00 at iMAL !

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