Make Media Art Visible! Join Writing for Wikipedia

Do you want to learn the ins and outs of writing for Wikipedia? We’ll teach you how it works! Join our free writing workshop and contribute to the visibility of media artists and their work!

Digital Care: Remko Scha

LI-MA x Creative Coding Utrecht x VOGELFREI collaborate to present the re-coded works of Remko Scha’s Artificial.

Digital Care: Dick Raaijmakers

The next event in our Digital Care programme is dedicated to Ideophone I by Dick Raaijmakers. A collaboration between LI-MA x Royal Conservatory x DCR.

LI-MA Presents: Switching Code and Clothes

LI-MA teams up with curators Ka-Tjun Hau and Manique Hendricks to present a screening programme on Wednesday, 31 May. Central to their selection of works is the notion of code-switching and the role clothes and other visual features play within the concept of identity.
10/05/2023 to 14/05/2023

Digital Care: Livinus & Jeep van de Bundt and Steina

From 10 to 14 May, the Digital Care program will present Moiré by Livinus van de Bundt & Jeep van de Bundt (1975) and Violin Power by Steina (1969 - 1978). These media artists have invented alternate branches in the evolution of technology by making and using their own tools, exploring, imagining, and creating their artworks.

LI-MA Presents: A Grain of Sand in the Mountain’s Belly. A Collaboration with ReCNTR X ArteEast

With works by Jumana Emil Abboud, Marie-Rose Osta, Basim Magdy, Giovanni Giaretta and Anika Schwarzlose & Brian D McKenna. Curated by Nat Muller. Presented in collaboration with ReCNTR x ArteEast.
16/03/2023 to 17/03/2023

Transformation Digital Art 2023

Transformation Digital Art is LI-MA’s annual symposium for knowledge exchange and reflection on digital art conservation. Artists, institutions, scholars and students will present inspiring practices and strategies.
09/03/2023 to 14/03/2023

LI-MA at Transitions Festival

LI-MA teams up with Transitions, an event taking place during the annual TEFAF art fair in the city of Maastricht.

Part One of Many Parts: Talk and Wikipedia writing workshop

West organises a talk and writing workshop in collaboration with LI-MA, in light of the exhibition ‘Part One of Many Parts: Looking at Video Art’. This night is dedicated to media art and (online) knowledge exchange. Following a presentation by artist Lauren Alexander (Foundland Collective), you will learn to write for Wikipedia and your article will be ready to go online.

LI-MA Presents: New Work

With works by Michiel van Bakel, Amauta Garcia & David Camargo, Marijn Ottenhof, Eoghan Ryan and Mateo Vega.