Archives : Exhibitions

23 June - 29 July 2016

"I don’t know where this is going" is the second part of Iterations, a project investigating the future of collaborative artistic practices in a technologically networked context. The exhibition presents a collective...

3 June - 5 June 2016

Discover and experience the creativity of fablabs and hackerspaces of Brussels. iMAL invites artists, designers, makers, hackers and tinkerers to exhibit a selection of their projects.

 

20 April - 22 May 2016

Prints, Videos, Electromagnetic and Light Sculptures.
An audiovisual installation about remembrance, childhood and territory.

13 May: Apero expo (18:00-21:00) | 15 May: Kids guided tour (15:00-17:00)

10 February - 8 April 2016

Wannes Missotten's and Torri Nickmans' plug.2 is an intriguing hybrid installation in which audiovisual threads form a scattered but dense loop carpet. At the vernissage (10 February), the installation will host an obstructive performance by the sound-duo Kire Noisemachine....

19 December 2015 - 5 January 2016

It's that time of the year again! iMAL and FabLab.iMAL will hibernate for a few weeks, until the first public events of 2016. A good opportunity to take a look back at some highlights of 2015.

26 November - 18 December 2015

The exhibition presents recents works by four artists, Mats Dekock, Stijn Demeulenaere, Elias Heuninck and Jeroen Uyttendaele, who were in residency at Overtoon and Werktank in 2014 and 2015. The exhibited works share a particular interest in fleeting moments, which manifest...

22 October - 22 November 2015

An installation by Philippe Elipeo showing his latest Protomorphic Sculptures, large 3D prints presented here in a composition playing on optical illusion, mirrors and the ambiguity between real and computed images.

10 September - 18 October 2015

An exhibition by Grégory Chatonsky and Dominique Sirois on posthuman archeology.

25 June - 4 September 2015

"I AM LOOKING AT A ROOM" is the result of a collaboration between the audiovisual collective TRIPOT (Marius Packbier en Aïlien Reyns) and the visual artist Laurent Trezegnies.

13 May - 14 June 2015

Anarchronism, a portmanteau of "anachronism" and "anarchy", is an exhibition of "neo-analogue" artworks that disrupt the binary logic of digital vs analogue and new vs obsolete, playing with notions such as media archaeology, retro-futurism, retromania, neo-analogue or...