As part of the REBOOT: Pioneering Digital Art exhibition, Network Archives Design and Digital Culture (NADD), the Nieuwe Instituut and LI-MA are organising an edit-a-thon!

Opening: REBOOT. Pioneering Digital Art.

LI-MA and Nieuwe Instituut are pleased to invite you to the opening of REBOOT. Pioneering Digital Art, on Saturday, 7 October, 2023.
Digital Care: Evening of the hands

Digital Care: Evening of The Hands

LI-MA x V2_ present an evening with The Hands by pioneering artist Michel Waisvisz.
Still from The Fragility of Life by Simone C. Niquille , 2017

Part Two of Many Parts - West x LI-MA

LI-MA teams up with West Den Haag for round two in a series of exhibitions, otherwise known as Part Two of Many Parts - West x LI-MA to showcase a selection of video works.

LI-MA Presents: digital trees and talking machines

LI-MA has had the honor to curate a digital art programme with works from the LI-MA collection taking place at arts center Quai10 in Charleroi.

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.