We aren't able to prove that just yet, but we know it's out there (2018-2020)

© Rob Battersby


We aren't able to prove that just yet, but we know it's out there (2018-2020)


The work of Yu-Chen Wang (Taiwan/UK, 1978) asks fundamental questions about human identity at a key point in history, where eco-systems and techno-systems have become inextricably intertwined. At the same time, her Taiwanese origins, combined with a London-based career, have created a vision that is personal and autobiographical. Her central practice is drawing, allowing her to explore and meditate on mechanical and biological forms, and the ways in which their bodily borderlines blur and mutate. From these extemporisations, she then finds collaborative routes that take her work into the realms of fictional text, provoking the subsequent production of sculptural installation, performance, music, and film, in various combinations.

She has exhibited internationally, including at Hayward Gallery, Barbican Centre, the ICA, Camden Arts Centre and Drawing Room (London); Manchester Art Gallery, Museum of Science and Industry, CFCCA and Cornerhouse (Manchester); Taipei Biennial and Taipei Fine Arts Museum (Taipei); Seoul Museum of Art (Seoul); FACT and Metal (Liverpool); FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais (Dunkerque); La Centrale Galerie and L’Œil de Poisson (Quebec City).


With thanks to Helen Arney (voiceover), Capitol K (sound design), Marion Neumann (camera), and to the following scientists: Maria Fidecaro (CERN), Michael Doser (CERN), James Beacham (ATLAS), Mike Houlden (University of Liverpool), Tara Shears (LHCb), Jon Butterworth (ATLAS) and Andy Newsam (Liverpool John Moores University). Archive documentation courtesy of CERN, University of Liverpool and Mike Houlden.


About iMAL

iMAL aims to support artistic and creative practices using technologies as their medium. We are an Art Centre hosting exhibitions, conferences and performances around arts & cultures in a digital world but also a reflexion centre focused on research and debates around the critical issues of our technological society. Our creative Fablab encourages social inclusion and innovation towards a more sustainable development. With our educational programme, we aim to empower our community and to inspire the next generation to participate in digital culture.


We are currently working on our new building. A full re-opening is projected for February 2020. We will have new public opening hours by then.

30-34 Quai des Charbonnages / Koolmijnenkaai, box 9
B-1080 Brussels

Metro 1, 5: Comte de Flandre / Graaf van Vlaanderen
Tram 51: Porte de Flandre / Vlaamsepoort
Villo: Porte de Flandre / Vlaamsepoort


Monday: 18:30 - 22:00 | Saturday: 11:00 - 18:00
ATTENTION: Our Fablab is also moving to its new location, please send a mail to check the opening hours.

The use of our machines is limited to our FabLab members. To become a member, you need to:

  1. Visit our FabLab during the public hours, see the machines, discuss with our members and FabLab managers
  2. Register as a daily (15€), monthly (45€), or yearly (200€) member on our website
  3. Follow one of our introductory workshops for each machine (facultative)

Once you have completed your introduction, you can come during our public hours and use our machines for your projects!

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Wiki.iMAL is a hub to share projects and know-how generated at Fablab.IMAL and during iMAL workshops :