Upcoming Master Classes

18 November - 20 November 2016

Workshop with LIA

In her Filament Sculptures project, pioneer digital artist LIA has been researching the behaviour of filament-based 3D printers. During this masterclass, she will explore with the participants new approaches for 3D printing sculptures, based on computation, the physical properties of the printing material and direct control of the machine.

Past Master Classes

We will start 2015 with the Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey, who will lead a workshop that transforms participants into...
13/06/2014 - 21/06/2014
In the framework of Connecting Cities: Participatory City 2014, iMAL organises a two days symposium on urban media & the smart...
31/03/2014 - 03/04/2014
In a post-Snowden world of generalised surveillance, understanding network technologies becomes vital. In this intensive workshop...
01/11/2012 - 04/11/2012
openFrameworks is an open source C++ toolkit for creative coding. This workshop, led by core members of the OF team, is focused...


Yves will talk at the conference day organised by Pamal with Labex Arts-H2H (Université Paris 8) and Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris. Under the title "Cette pièce est en cours de maintenance. Merci de votre compréhension. - Préservation des écritures numériques", the lectures will happen on 27/10/2016, Paris. More here.

From October 4 to 6 2016 iMAL is hosting the workshop 'Wild Cartography' by Wænd, a Brussels based organisation dedicated to subjective & critic cartography. Developing long term research within the field of territorial narratives & representations, they collaborate with artists, universities, researchers, and citizen driven organisations.
As an online tool, Wænd provides a web platform for subjective and collaborative spatial publication. This application is...

The installation will be presented at the Halles de Schaerbeek, in the framework of Focus VISIONS, from 14 October to 5 November.

In the age of high resolution, "A Thousand Segments" presents a minimal screen composed of lines mechanically switching from black to white. Each of these segments constructs and deconstructs perspectives.

The minimal screen – despite the rigour of its texture – spread freely in space...