See which LI-MA artists and works are featured in this year's International Film Festival Rotterdam.
LI-MA teams up with West, Den Haag for an exhibition of video works, this time focused on video's ability to change and construct meaning: from image manipulation to worldbuilding.
LI-MA presents a series of new video works by Giovanni Giaretta, NELLY DANSEN and Ghita Skali at LAB111.
LI-MA teams up with curator Jan Robert Leegte and guest speaker Misha de Ridder for a special programme on Wednesday 18 October. The evening will present inspiring works, communities, net art and photography to explore a new phase of blockchain art emerging from the aftermath of the recent NFT hype.
The project 'Putting Distribution On The Map' aimed to provide a comprehensive overview of emerging distribution practices and platforms. The resulting publication A New Era For The Distribution Of Media Art is now available.
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.
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.
LI-MA teams up with Transitions, an event taking place during the annual TEFAF art fair in the city of Maastricht.
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.
With works by Michiel van Bakel, Amauta Garcia & David Camargo, Marijn Ottenhof, Eoghan Ryan and Mateo Vega.