Now at iMAL!

19 March - 26 April 2015

The floppy cd-rom revolution

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 in new media and digital arts, conveying many visions and utopias around the upcoming digital world as well as remarkable explorations of interactive digital media.


Wednesday, 6 May 2015 | 20:00

People doing strange things with electricity

with projects by Elias Heuninck, Jo Caimo and Theo Lalis

13 May - 14 June 2015

(why we still love atoms in the digital era)

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.

14 July - 14 August 2015

Processing, Arduino, Pure Data, Blender & Digital Fabrication

Initiated in 2005, the Summer Digital Art Workshops go on with this 10th year! Join us for an inspiring summer under the digital sun. Register now!


Saturday, 16 May 2015 | 13:00 - 18:00

Supporting your new media art projects

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.


Do you want to make your own projects with the fantastic tools of FabLab.iMAL? You'll first need to learn some basic skills...
09/04/2015 - 11/04/2015
iMAL and PACKED - Centre of Expertise in Digital Heritage, are organising a 2-days workshop and 1-day open atelier on the handling of...
An exceptional lecture by Bob Stein, one of the major and pioneering actors in electronic publishing and founder of The Voyager...
Code, Arts & Crafts is a creative platform where artists, designers, makers and students can develop, share and reflect upon their...


19/04/2015 - 03/05/2015
Between April 19 and May 3 2015, visual artist Christelle Fillod and sound designer/software programmer Fabrice Moinet are in...
After the performance based on an almost true story., presented at the Trouble festival and at iMAL beginning 2014, Lucille Calmel and...
01/01/2015 - 12/03/2015
In the past months Julien Maire was in residency at iMAL to develop further his work 'Man at Work', created on occasion of the...
22/08/2014 - 31/10/2014
In this work resulting from his residency at iMAL, new media and technology artist Ivan C. H. Liu explores the notion that love is so...


Between 2015 and 2017 iMAL is participating to the RRI-ICT Forum project as one of the 7 partners. This European project was launched on January 1 2015 for a period of 3 years and aims at analysing, supporting and promoting the contribution of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) to, and the Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) approach in ICT research and innovation under Horizon 2020 (H2020), the programme of...

Za 9 mei, 12u00 – 22u00
Zo10 mei, 12u00 – 18u00

Een viering van het Internet in de theatrale context van een analoge markt
Na Tokyo, Berlijn en Brussel komt de Internet Yami-ichi / Black Market naar het hart van Amsterdam. Dit fenomeen is een hoog geconcentreerde wervelwind van Internetkunst en -cultuur in de context van een markt vol producten...

Art Kill Art is publishing the source code of Égregore, a digital audiovisual performance by Cyrille Henry and Nicolas Montgermont supported by iMAL and presented at iMAL in 2011.

"Égregore source" is an edition that transpose a performance work of the chdh collective on digital media: the source code (Pure Data) of the "egregore" performance is made fully available as a software to download or as a usb key. Beyond the documentary aspect, this edition aims to exploit the physical...