Now at iMAL!

19 April - 28 May 2017

An exhibition by Julien Deswaef and Matthew Plummer-Fernandez

Shiv Integer is a software robot that randomly selects 3D printable objects on a website, assembles them into sculptures and posts them back online. Is it art or spam? The 3D printing community remains divided on the question. For this first Shiv Integer exhibition, the artists will show a 3D-printed selection of its sculptures, and a visualisation of the online debates it fostered.

Past Exhibitions

09/03/2017 - 31/03/2017
A triptych exploring the themes of memory, death and water through an interactive scenario evoking the drastic impact of human actions...
26/01/2017 - 19/02/2017
The invisible landscape is inspired by the movements, attractions, ellipses and rotations of planets and solar systems, whose...
17/11/2016 - 18/12/2016
After a first edition in 2015 Werktank and Overtoon put the activities of their residents once more in the spotlight in a joint...
15/09/2016 - 23/10/2016
Matthew Plummer-Fernandez & JODI create 3D-printed sculptured objects, that explore incongruous hybridisations and errors ...

News

Every year in April, Brussels hosts several art fairs such as Art Brussels, YIA Art Fair or POPPOSITIONS, as well as many exhibitions, like Shiv Integer.

To make travelling between venues easier for visitors, ...

In March 2017, iMAL launched in collaboration with PACKED the Resurrection Lab project which aims to preserve and give access to digital cultural heritage that is often inaccessible due to technological obsolescence.

Do you own old floppies, cd-roms, hard disks, syquest, iomega,... from which you want to preserve the cultural content? Or old equipment that allows us to extract the...

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....

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