From 10.04 - 18.04 you can visit ‘Chaos & Cosmos BXL’, a showcase that brings together three prototypes of interactive installations from Brussels based artists.
All information & reservations: https://www.imal.org/en/events/chaos-cosmos-bxl
Tomorrow we're collaborating with TodaysArt & SHAPE platform for the online event TodaysArt 𝙫𝙞𝙨𝙞𝙩𝙨 — Brussels.
It's a great line-up with Soyun Park in conversation with Douwe Dijkstra performances by Animistic Beliefs & Moesha 13 and an interview of Kurt Hentschläger by Joost Rekveld.
Follow the livestream on Facebook from 18h tomorrow.
One year ago, we inaugurated our new space and the ‘Quantum: In Search of the Invisible exhibition’. It has been a special year to say the least but we’re optimistic about the future and our upcoming exhibitions and events!
Find the archive for QUANTUM here: https://www.imal.org/.../quantum-in-search-of-the-invisible
See you soon at Quai des Charbonnages 30, 1080 Brussel!
'What does this have to do with everything else?' is an exhibition by SLATO & OTLAS putting their research in parallel.
The former uses the city of Bombay as it’s starting point, which, at the end of the 19th century, was the scene of a population control system set up by the British colonial power to stem the spread of a plague epidemic. OTLAS is interested in the clay soils consumed for pleasure by people from diaspora communities.
More information & reservations: https://bit.ly/3899R0y
From 31.01 - 30.05 MIMA - Museum offers us the exhibition Verisimilitude by Félix Luque Sánchez in cooperation with Damien Gernay and Iñigo Bilbao Lopategui.
Over the past years Felix has become a part of the iMAL-family working on various projects and collaborations with us. On the occasion of this monographic exhibition at MIMA we dove in to our archives to highlight some of his projects and collaborations at iMAL.
Read about it here: https://bit.ly/37Zj8Id
Picture by Caroline Lessire
The vernissage of 'What does this have to do with everything else?' is coming up this Thursday. The vernissage is free but registration is required. Some timeslots are already full so don't wait too long to make your reservation!
See you on Thursday!
All info & reservations: https://www.imal.org/.../vernissage-what-does-this-have...
POST GROWTH: ✔️✔️✔️
It was a pleasure to host DISNOVATION.ORG and their collaborators for the POST GROWTH exhibition over the past few months! The expo is also still presented at 3bisF in Aix-en-Provence.
Stay tuned for news on our upcoming exhibitions!
Today is the very last day to visit Post Growth by Disnovation.org. We still have some places left! Book your ticket online (https://shop.agenda.brussels/en/ato/2970) or drop by directly.
Pictures by Caroline Lessire
One week left to visit the Post Growth exhibition and discover the Solar Share (The Farm) by Disnovation.org.
Curious how the farm is doing? You can follow the progress of the farm via livestream here: https://bit.ly/3as2GAR
As we enter the final week of our #POSTGROWTH exhibition, HOLO continues its exploration of the topics around Post Growth with their dossier 'Life... After the Crash'.
Read the dossier here
More info and reservations for the exhibition (running until 07.02)
Animation by HOLO
Happy 2021 from everybody at iMAL! Our #POSTGROWTH exhibition will be open again this weekend. See you soon!
More information: www.imal.org
HOLO & Chloe Stead continue their exploration of the POST GROWTH thematic with new entries into the ongoing dossier.
“Life … after the Crash,” is collection of narratives branching out of DISNOVATION.ORG’s current #POSTGROWTH exhibition at iMAL.
Come and visit the exhibition at iMAL during the holidays. We're open from WE-SUN (expect for 24/25.12, 31.12 & 01.01).
→ All info & reservations: https://bit.ly/2VNLSxc
We’ve been looking forward to this day for quite some time now! The POST GROWTH exhibition by DISNOVATION.ORG will re-open for the public today.
All information and reservations here: https://bit.ly/2VNLSxc
Opening hours until 17.01.2021:
WED-FRI: 15h - 19h
SAT & SUN: 14h – 18h
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