Archives : Exhibitions

20 November - 23 November 2019

After two years of hard work, we are inviting everyone to join us for an extended preview of what’s to come at iMAL!

24 April - 17 May 2019

Ways of Connecting places in conversation two pieces that reveal and translate in new forms the infrastructures and mechanisms underlying our connected environment. On Saturday 27 April, join us for a debate between Evan Roth & Raphaël Bastide, introduced...

18 April - 26 May 2018

#LAYERS presents creations by 15 contemporary Italian artists, who reflect in their work on the influence of the Internet and the digitisation of our society and how this led to the development of new practices, the emergence of global networks, the...

14 September - 15 October 2017

This year again, Overtoon and Werktank highlight the activities of their residents in a joint exhibition at iMAL. Overtoon shows new creations by Justin Bennett and Floris Vanhoof, Werktank by Kurt d'Haeseleer + Franck Vigroux and Johannes Langkamp.

17 July - 31 August 2017

The exhibition maps the various narratives that shape a young person’s consciousness and perception from the childhood age to late adolescence, in various parts of the world. It samples the variety of genres in video art: computer animation, cartoon,...

8 June - 1 September 2017

Impersonate is an installation that addresses the social interactions of social media and their algorithmic nature. Its absurdity highlights the possible uses, abuses and benefits of fully automated interactions.

18 April - 27 May 2017

Shiv Integer is a software robot that randomly selects 3D printable objects on a website, assembles them into sculptures and posts them back online. Is it art or spam? The 3D printing community remains divided on the question. For this first Shiv Integer exhibition, the...

9 March - 31 March 2017

A triptych exploring the themes of memory, death and water through an interactive scenario evoking the drastic impact of human actions on nature. After The invisible...

26 January - 19 February 2017

The invisible landscape is inspired by the movements, attractions, ellipses and rotations of planets and solar systems, whose endless movements draw an infinite and invisible landscape in the universe.

17 November - 18 December 2016

After a first edition in 2015 Werktank and Overtoon put the activities of their residents once more in the spotlight in a joint exhibition at iMAL. With Gert Aertsen, Katinka de Jonge, Davide Tidoni & Els Viaene.