The LIMA Collection: New Work
Workshop Preservation of Media Art
This workshop invites conservators and registrars working with media artworks in museums to gain an understanding of the different components involved in documenting and preserving media artworks for the sake of preservation and future presentations.
Transformation Digital Art 2018 | International Symposium on Digital Art Preservation
The constant development and flux of technologies creates a unique opportunity for artists to experiment, play and create, but also presents a challenge for those charged with the responsibility of ensuring future presentations of these works. The preservation of and future access to born-digital art is as challenging as it is important. How to act on change? How to take control of future presentations?
Cultural Matter: Filippo Lorenzin on Nicholas O’Brien (Pt.ll)
LIMA at Transmediale/festival
During Transmediale festival 2018, LIMA invites artists and professionals to discuss the development of a digital art canon. The goal is to bring the rich history of such art to the fore in an increasingly digitally minded contemporary art context, and to open it to the public.
Cultural Matter: Nicholas O’Brien in Conversation with Isabelle Arvers (Pt.I)
Cultural Matter: Klaas Kuitenbrouwer on Olia Lialina (Pt. ll)
Klaas Kuitenbrouwer (Het Nieuwe Instituut), will take the work of Olia Lialina as a starting point for a talk and screening programme. The influence of technological developments on our culture as well as society will be his main focus. What does the internet mean to the arts and visa versa? Is the internet ephemeral, or is it matter, actual material you can work with?
On the speaker
Kuitenbrouwer is an expert in the field of interactive media. He teaches, writes and...
Symposium Entfalten at IMA
International Digital Preservation Day (IDPD17)
Cultural Matter: Olia Lialina in conversation with Karen Archey + opening exhibition
Olia Lialina’s online browser-based artwork Summer (2013) is the work in focus for the second exhibition of LIMA’s Cultural Matter programme. In this animated piece by Lialina, we see the artist swinging back and forth, infinitely looped, basking in bright sunlight. Cut out against a gradient background of blue and white, the swing is hung from the location bar of the browser. The animation’s 18 still images are located on 26 different websites, with each site redirecting...