Archives : Presentations

16 September 2009

Professor in computer sciences at Paris University II and researcher at LIMSI-CNRS, Christian Jacquemin (FR) has worked on several Arts/Sciences projects and has led and taken part in several workshops on the topic. He is especially interested in virtual and augmented...

12 March - 29 March 2009

An operation proposed by RYBN to recontextualize the crisis, its mediatic and politic strategies, on the topics of disaster, structural instability and financial markets mythologies.

19 February 2009
This 3rd DorkbotBRU will bring us through 3 projects into the world of networks, data flow, visualization and interfaces and how artists try to appropriate them. There is also some space for projects by hackers of...
12 November 2008

For near 30 years, AMVK is interested in the relationships between arts & sciences along her continuous artistic exploration of sex, cyber-feminism, technology and representation.
A lecture in our Rendez-Vous programme.

27 June 2008

Just before the summer holidays, here is the second Dorkbot BRUssels with 3 works in progress projects: interactive installation, electronic autonomous and low-cost urban objects, free networks. Rudi will be the DJ of the day with his modified tape recorder machine....

18 April - 30 April 2008

Art of the Digital Age a collective exhibition featuring a unique panel of digital artworks created in the last years by internationally known new media artists, and coming from galleries and collections from around the world (USA, Europe, Russia)

25 March 2008

For the launch of our NewBraveWorld masterclasses, our Arts/Sciences rendez-vous will feature Atau Tanaka, artist and scientist previously at Sony Computer Science Lab (Paris) and now at Culture Lab (University of Newcastle). He will speak about Mobile Music and his...

15 February - 17 February 2008

Stream On You proposes a weekend of conferences, debates and performances around web streaming and the practices of collaborative network performances.

22 January 2008

Angelo Vermeulen will talk about his art projects that utilize ecology and game culture. Angelo is fascinated with exploring dynamic systems in the process of art making, and will focus on his conceptual and aesthetical approaches for including both science and science...

18 December 2007

iMAL hosts the first Brussels Dorkbot sessions; Dorkbot, or people doing strange things with electricity, started in NYC in 2000 and is now a network present in 50 cities worldwide. Each session proposes an informal meeting and exchange...