25 March - 26 April 2013

Au premier semestre 2013, iMAL a organisé une série de workshops d'introduction à la fabrication numérique pour différentes écoles bruxelloises francophones.

9 February - 6 April 2013

The Electric Saturdays consist in a set of 5 afternoons of introduction to Physical Computing with Arduino, or how to create by yourself your own electronic objects in 5 sessions.

1 February 2013

The artwork Mecaniques discursives is a mixture of engraving and video projection representing a sort of machinery of the absurd and the poetic unfolding across walls like some exquisite skeleton using the principle of a chain reaction as its starting point. This...

22 January - 25 January 2013

iMAL hosts the project Eolinks Harps during the Semaine du Son, an installation of electric windharps placed on the roof and running as autonomous emitters that allow to listen to the wind's music in real time.

8 December 2012

For this last Code, Arts & Crafts of 2012, we will introduce you to two new topics, and of course dedicate some time to your personal Arduino and Processing projects.

5 December 2012

Vision Nocturne presents Cubix, an interactive multitouch audiovisual installation, further developed during a two-week residency at iMAL.

21 November 2012

This conference concerns the way the artistic creation and the technological research are now so entangled that any innovation within the one interests and bends the development of the other one. In the new laboratories of art and computer creation (Ircam, Hexagram, Lip6,...

1 November - 4 November 2012

openFrameworks is an open source C++ toolkit for creative coding. This workshop, led by core members of the OF team, is focused on Mobile Apps development for Android and iOS.

20 October 2012

Comment activer des objets inattendus, bricolés à l'aide d'Arduino, et les commander à partir de Processing?

21 September - 18 November 2012

An exhibition about the symbiosis between arts and technologies with 20 artworks from 13 countries
An international art contest by the Liedts-Meesen Foundation
Zebrastraat (Ghent), iMAL and La Cambre (Brussels)