News

During this year’s online version of the annual Transformation Digital Art symposium, we came together and reflected on the topics of Collective Care and Value of Documentation. Read more
UNFOLD: Nan Hoover is a one-day reinterpretation festival. On Wednesday, May 19, 2021, artists, experts, writers, programmers will shed their light on the oeuvre of the media art pioneer Nan Hoover (1931 - 2008) - who would have turned ninety in 2021. Read more
LIMA is met ingang van 15 april 2021 op zoek naar een Wikimedian in Residence (WiR) voor het project Mediakunst op Wikipedia, speciaal gericht op het ontwikkelen en organiseren van cursussen en schrijfmiddagen rondom kunstenaars en thema’s uit de mediakunst. Read more
LIMA and PloktaTV will join forces to unravel the relationship between people and technologies by diving deep into the notion of television. Selected works from the LIMA collection will shed different lights on the place of this illuminated picture tube in our society. They will show the television as the ritualistic cornerstone of a modern society, but also as an object to fight, destroy or hack. Read more
Transformation Digital Art symposium is designed as an opportunity to share best practices concerning both artist-led and institutional strategies geared towards the future presentation of born-digital and software-based art. This year the focus of the symposium will be on Documenting Digital Art. Read more
Per 1 maart 2021 is LIMA op zoek naar een Wikimedian in Residence (WiR) voor het project Mediakunst op Wikipedia, speciaal gericht op een technische koppeling tussen de data van Wikipedia en de online catalogus Mediakunst.net. Read more
Die de eigenheid, het belang van LIMA en de stip op de horizon op een aansprekende, constructieve over kan brengen aan stakeholders, community en het publiek. Read more
LIMA is proud to announce the dates for Transformation Digital Art Symposium 2021, which takes place online on March 24, 25 & 26 2021. The Transformation Digital Art symposium is designed as an opportunity to share best practices concerning both artist-led and institutional strategies geared towards the future presentation of born-digital and software-based art. This year the focus of the symposium will be on Documenting Digital Art. Read more
For the final event of this Cultural Matter season, we are pleased to announce a talk between the artists Jeremy Bailey and Rafaël Rozendaal. They will engage in a conversation about residencies and the site specificity of internet art. Read more

The final edition of Cultural Matter will focus on Jeremy Bailey’s The You Museum, an evenly utopic as dystopian, but always humorous, personalised online museum. The project critically reflects on consumerism on the web and the perversity of the art market by playfully infiltrating the structures of the first, and mimicking the ones of the other. The project was developed during Bailey’s residency at ...Read more

Pages