Our FabLab.iMAL has started production of faceshields to help medical staff in fighting the COVID-19 virus. Together with cityfab 1, cityfab 2, City Fab 3, MicroFactory, Openfab.lab brussels & Fablab'ke we'll be producing these faceshields designed by the Cityfab crew.

More information:

Thanks to our dedicated members and residents for making this great initiative possible!

By Valery Vermeulen

This workshop will take place on 2 afternoons (2pm-6pm CET) on the 16th & 17th of April.
All information & registration here: bit.ly/33ZVbgV

We're thrilled to participate in a unique online exhibition, “We=Link: Ten Easy Pieces”, a project initiated by Chronus Art Center (CAC) (Shanghai) in collaboration with 10 other international art organisations.

For this exhibition, we've contributed in proposing a work by French artist Raphaël Bastide, ‘evasive.tech’, an online artwork routine that he is developing throughout the quarantine period.

More information + link to the exhibition here: bit.ly/2xCpWMQ

While we are all stuck at home we've prepared some mind-tingeling online content for you. First up are three video's by Sabrina Ratté. Discover her works here: imal.org/en/quarant-imal

Stay safe and inside, we'll post more content soon.

That was quite the introduction to our new exhibition, thank you again for a great opening weekend! From tomorrow on we'll start our regular opening hours until the end of the exhibition on the 31st of May.

Opening hours:
Wednesday - Friday, 12h-19h
Saturday & Sunday: 11h-18h

Normal rate: 8 euro
Reduced rate: 4 euro (students,..)

All information about the exhibition: www.imal.org

Plenty of extra events around Quantum will be announced soon!

It is with great pleasure that we invite you for the Opening weekend - Quantum: In Search of the Invisible from the 5-8th of March. This weekend also marks the re-opening of iMAL. You’ll be able to discover this international exhibition in our completely overhauled building with a varied programme of performances, talks and screenings.

Because we are feeling festive, the entrance during the whole weekend is free!

Sounds good?
Check the detailled programme here: bit.ly/2VFVCuL

Agenda.brussels chose us as 'one of the cultural venues to star in Brussels in 2020'. To say we're exited te be amongst these fine other names like Le Lac, LaVallée & Fondation Thalie is an understatement!


We're looking for students & volunteers for the reception desk at iMAL!

All information here: bit.ly/37L2Hwh

Yesterday the works for QUANTUM: IN SEARCH OF THE INVISIBLE arrived! Our technical crew will start to assemble all the works for the Opening weekend from 05.03-08.03.

More info: www.imal.org
See you then!

From March 5 until May 31, 2020, we re-open with Quantum: In Search of the Invisible. This international art exhibition explores the world of quantum physics, through works created by artists resulting from their encounters with researchers at CERN, Geneva.

The exhibition inaugurates the new center with an opening weekend (5-8th of March) offering its visitors a multidisciplinary programme around art & science.

More information: www.imal.org

Tonight exhibition opens at 19:00, performances start at 20:00.

From midnight, performances are programmed in collaboration with Les Actionnaires!

4 installations for presented during the whole weekend:

- Joost Rekveld presents '#71.1'

- Johannes Langkamp presents 'La Perspective Curieuse' (Co-presented by Werktank)

- Yann Leguay presents 'Volta' (Co-presented by Overtoon) & 'Hardware'


Rainer Kolhlberger, Macular and Recent Arts will all be performing at from the 21st-24th of November.

More information: imal.org

We are very excited to show you a preview of our new building! Join us for from the 21st until the 24th of November for artworks, audiovisual performances, live & DJ-sets, workshops and FabLab iMAL activities.



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