LI-MA and Rotterdam’s Nieuwe Instituut present the exhibition REBOOT. Pioneering Digital Art from 7 October 2023.
To deepen the understanding of net art works, LI-MA is using case study based research, in which one case, representative of a larger number of artworks, is used to determine methods for finding solutions to similar challenges and questions.
Case Study in the Infrastructure for Sustainable Digital Art project using Jeroen Jongeleen’s Running A Circle Clockwise (2018) to examine how preservation strategies could be developed and implemented to address internet artworks.
LI-MA x Creative Coding Utrecht x VOGELFREI collaborate to present the re-coded works of Remko Scha’s Artificial.
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.
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.
Digital Care presents collaborative care for digital artworks through an open process. From March until October 2023, iconic works will be researched and shown in public programmes across the country. Talks with artists, scholars, producers, technicians and the public will explore what it means to present these works today - and preserve them for a future generation.