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4 November - 5 November 2016

An international symposium followed by a one-day hacklab dedicated to the issues at stake with the Blockchain technology.

30 March 2016

For this 13th edition of the DorkbotBRU, we’ve invited Lionel Maes, Romain Marula + Ivan Murit and François Zajéga to share with us their ongoing projects and/or experiments.

11 March 2016

An overview of the curatorial topics of the Networked City 2013, the Participatory City 2014 and the In/Visible City 2015 that have been explored by artists and curators during the Connecting Cities project, as well as reflexive panels on the past, present and...

17 February 2016

Jonas Degrave, reseacher in the field of artificial intelligence, will explain the philosophical issues we see looming at the horizon. When machines start figuring out human culture, where does this put us, "real" intelligences?

19 December 2015 - 5 January 2016

It's that time of the year again! iMAL and FabLab.iMAL will hibernate for a few weeks, until the first public events of 2016. A good opportunity to take a look back at some highlights of 2015.

9 November - 10 November 2015

In the framework of the European project RRI-ICT Forum, iMAL organises a special Arts/Sciences event, inviting artists and scientists to debate around "Responsible Research and Innovation". With a.o. Paolo Cirio, Patrick...

30 October - 31 October 2015

In the continuation of their 2015 collaborative program on Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age, iMAL and Packed announce the first international symposium in Brussels on the issues of preservation of born-digital culture and of its public access. The symposium proposes a...

24 October 2015

Discover sounds, images and other documents from the Brussels' past and the present through your mobile phone and the Hybrid Player application. Get all the information to build it yourself and use it in other contexts!

3 October - 4 October 2015

FALSE POSITIVE deploys text messaging, stealth infrastructure, street intervention, and data visualization to enact a surveillance conspiracy engaging the public in an intimate, techno-political conversation with the mobile technologies on which they depend.

24 September - 24 October 2015

After Networked City in 2013 and Participatory City 2014, this year's curatorial theme of INVISIBLE and VISIBLE Cities 2015 aims to develop an awareness of the underlying data and technologies of modern cities, which are almost invisible to the eye.