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16 May 2015

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.

13 May - 14 June 2015

Anarchronism, a portmanteau of "anachronism" and "anarchy", is an exhibition of "neo-analogue" artworks that disrupt the binary logic of digital vs analogue and new vs obsolete, playing with notions such as media archaeology, retro-futurism, retromania, neo-analogue or...

6 May 2015

with projects by Elias Heuninck, Jo Caimo and Theo Lalis

9 April - 11 April 2015

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...

20 March 2015

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...

19 March - 26 April 2015

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...

14 March 2015

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.

18 February 2015

For this first Arts/Sciences gathering of the year, iMAL invites Belgian film maker and visual artist Frank Theys for a lecture on the segregation between science and society, and its influence on modern art.

14 February 2015

In February, iMAL brings back the monthly Code, Arts & Crafts sessions! 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...

24 January 2015

We will start 2015 with the Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey, who will lead a workshop that transforms participants into unicorns that will perform online together. The workshop will focus on the fundamentals of augmented reality for online and offline...