Since 2020, LI-MA has been hard at work conducting the case study research associated with their nation-wide Sustainable Infrastructure for Digital Art project. The first three case studies involved the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands (RCE), the KRC Collection, the Kröller-Müller, as well as the Booijmans Museum van Beuningen and focused on the theme of analysis.

In January, LI-MA began...Read more

Yvonne Oerlemans, Brains, 1990
LI-MA is looking for volunteers to support us with various tasks during the Transformation Digital Art symposium on 16 & 17 March, 2023. Read more
Daniel Jacoby, No One Cried, 2021
LI-MA is looking for a communications & production intern on the basis of 32 hours per week Read more
January puts the spotlight on LI-MA's partner project Media Art on Wikipedia Read more
Four brand new works from the LI-MA collection will premiere at the International Film Festival Rotterdam which takes place between Wednesday, 25 January to Sunday, 5 February 2023. Read more
First announcement of 10 Year Anniversary Programme including screenings, symposium, workshops, launches and more. Read more
LIMA is closed for the holidays! Read more
LIMA had the pleasure of attending and participating in the Sustaining Art: People, Practice, Planet in Contemporary Art Conservation conference, which was held in a hybrid format with in-person events taking place in Dundee, Scotland from 9 to 11 November. Read more
As a partner of MOKER / P_Oi, the platform for presentation and development institutions in Amsterdam, LIMA looks forward to attending and is inviting you to the symposium! Read more
Image credit: Cat Royale, Blast Theory, 2022
We are excited to announce the next Transformation Digital Art symposium will be taking place on 16 & 17 March 2023 at LIMA! Read more