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What is sustainable in relation to these so-called unstable media? In the scope of the collaborative research project ‘Future Proof Media Art’ with Dutch media artist Geert Mul, LIMA researches software-based and interactive media artworks from the oeuvre of Mul.
UNFOLD is a new one-year research project and a collaborative, international research network that together will be examining re-interpretation as emerging practice for the preservation of media artworks.
As of January 6, 2014, the workshop Preservation and Restoration of New Media Art will be held in the Sustainability Lab of LIMA, Arie Biemondstraat 111, Amsterdam....
LIMA has a broad knowledge base that we would like to share with you. Come by for personal, expert advice designed to your needs, or sign up for one of our workshops. An overview of our activities can be found here.
LIMA’s collection includes media artworks dating back to the early experimentalists in the 1960’s to present day. We are proud to present the work of well-known international artists and emerging talent in the field of video art and born-digital art, from Nam June Paik to Nicolas Provost.
Our collection of media art works is meant for display. Would you like to exhibit a work from our collection at an exhibition, festival or other event? Check out our conditions. Here you will find more information about our rates and rental conditions.
Documentation is a vital part of the preservation of media artworks. Occasionally, documentation is the only remaining element of these works. LIMA can provide the appropriate documentation for your digital, conceptual and/or performance artworks, so that they can be re-experienced in the future.
Digitisation is necessary for the preservation of video art and we are specialists in this field. At LIMA you have the option of transferring your analog and digital work to more stable formats. Our substantial technical knowledge base and experience assure you of the highest quality result.