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Art Center for Digital Cultures & Technology


Tom Heene (Gent, BE, °1969)

Tom Heene is an audiovisual artist and filmmaker, active in all variations of audiovisual media. He has worked with visual artists, choreographers, scientists and code artists on interactive environments and multidisciplinary projects. Tom Heene has collaborated with iMAL on different levels in the past 20 years – both as a producing artist, whose pieces have been co-produced and distributed by iMAL (Salt Lake, Dark Matter) and a production manager on several of their exhibitions.

Marc Jacobs, (Alkmaar, NL, °1970)

Marc Jacobs is a musician, producer, curator and programmer in a field that moves between film, audiovisual performance and contemporary and electronic music. He has put together programs for Europalia, Listen Festival, Bozar, Nuit Blanche, Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Festival Filmer a tout prix and the Brussels Film Festival, among others. In 2019, he founded Le Bureau Electronique, an independent artistic agency in new experimental music that is not yet widespread.

Ischa Tallieu (St Amandsberg, BE, °1972)

Ischa Tallieu is founder and director of Tallieu Art Office (2014). The Tallieu Art Office works in the fields of visual, installation and new media art, contemporary classical music, sound art, music and performing arts with a special interest in transdisciplinary projects and a focus on selection, promotion, exhibitions, networking, communication, consultancy, expertise, and representation. She works – among others – with Kris Verdonck, Lawrence Malstaf, Laura Colmares Guerra, Aernoudt Jacob and Annelies van Parys.

Aurore Aubouin (Chartres, FR, °1981)

With a Master degree in Science of Management from EM Lyon Business School, Aurore brings excellent and valuable skills in the realm of cultural management and production. She worked for 15 years as producer and project coordinator at La Monnaie and recently started as co-director Concert and Performance at the Philharmonie de Paris. Her education and broad work experiences bring an amazing set of skills and expertise on a wide range of missions on an international scale: strategic development of projects and partnerships; project management & creative producing; communication; international networking and fundraising.

Mylène Lauzon (Lasalle, CAN, °1975)

Mylène Lauzon lives and works in Brussels and has been director of La Bellone since 2015. She made this house a main hub and support for artists, with a strong research and development oriented mission. Mylène Lauzon has been following iMAL since 2010 and has a strong interest in digital culture, particularly where it plays a role in the increasingly multidisciplinary practices that artists develop today and make the Brussels art scene so special. iMAL and La Bellone find each other not only as good neighbors but also in their conviction that artistic knowledge is also social knowledge, precious and necessary.

Felix Luque Sánchez (Oviedo, ESP, °1976)

Felix Luque is an artist whose work explores the relationship of humans and technology. The work reflects on current issues such as the development of artificial intelligence and automatism. He has been teaching New media Art related subjects since 2002 and is an artist / professor at “Le Fresnoy-Studio national des arts contemporains”, the most important new media art school in France. The work of Felix Luque has been exhibited internationally in 13 different countries, of which 3 solo shows at iMAL. He won and received honorary mentions in international New Media Art Awards like Ars Electronica, Transmediale, VIDA, New Technological Art Award The Liedts-Meesen Foundation, JMAF Japan Media Arts Festival. iMAL has been an important supporter and producer for his work since 2009.