Past residencies


CLOD is the continuation of a series of projects by Antoine Schmitt exploring the concept of a light pulse visible in the city; first with City Sleep Light, showed at iMAL in...


From April 3 until April 30 2017 Frederik De Wilde is in residency at iMAL, where he will work together with Pieter Heremans on his new installation 'The Council'.


From March 6 until March 24 2017 Marcio Ambrisio is in residency at iMAL, where he will work together with Yacine Sebti on his interactive installation 'MOVIOLA'.


Sandrine Morgante & Martin Pirson are in residency at iMAL to work on 'Infinite Jest'.


From October 27 until October 29 2016 Gaëtan Rusquet and Yann Leguay are in residency at iMAL to continue the work on the installation version of 'Meanwhile'. This residency will end with a public showing moment at IMAL on Saturday October 29 2016 from 13:00 to 18:00.


From October 19 until 21 2016 Christl Lidl is in residency at iMAL, working on her pojcet 'VME - AR/Prototype'.


Gaëtan Rusquet is in residency at iMAL from October 10 to 12 2016 to work on his new project 'As We Were Moving Ahead Occasionally We Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty'.


From August 29 until September 11 2016, Françoise Berlanger and Gilbert Nouno are in residency at iMAL, preparing the electronic operetta 'Iwona'.


From August 16 until August 26, Jo Caimo is in residency at iMAL. During this 10-days residency he continues to work on his project 'Human Organ Concert', together with Sjoerd Leijten.


From August 2 until August 7 Stéfan Piat will be in residency at iMAL, where he will work on his project 'NightShift'.

About residencies

IMAL is a laboratory and a workplace for artists in residence. Two types of residency are proposed: Research&Experimentation and Production residency. The first one can be considered as a pre-...



On March 23rd, the team of the iMAL ResurrectionLab project will participate with ZKM and Tate to the Transformation Digital Art 2018 symposium organised by LIMA, Amsterdam. We will present the current progress of our project on born-digital art preservation.

The 4-years EASTN-DC (European Art Science Technology Network for Digital Creativity) project aims to stimulate and support the next digital revolution. It proposes to experiment in the artistic and cultural field a new methodology that combines five essential poles: Research, Creation, Pedagogy, Sharing, and Economy.

iMAL is one...

On Tuesday 7th of November 2017 iMAL is co-organising an evening on the relation between human and machine, together with Redelijk Eigenzinnig / Reason and Engage (VUB). Redelijk Eigenzinnig / Reason and Engage is an interdisciplinary course for students and a series of lectures and activities open to all. This year's edition explores scopes and impact of new technologies.

The event starts at 18:00 with a...

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