About LIMA

LIMA is the platform in the Netherlands for media art, new technologies and digital culture, where the discipline is actively questioned and where the field, and its position in society is reflected on. LIMA represents artists and supports them in the presentation and development of new work. LIMA also preserves the memory of Dutch media art through its digital repository and conservation services. LIMA is an international pioneer and centre of expertise in the fields of archiving, preservation, and distribution of media art. In collaboration with museums, artists, academies, and universities, LIMA researches and develops services and tools for makers and institutions, as well as methods and practices for dealing with digital art thoughtfully and sustainably. Our approach is anchored within a sizeable multidisciplinary network, both nationally and internationally.

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Download our annual report 2013, 2014, 2015201620172018 and 2019 as well as our ANBI.

More about preservation, distribution, research or visit our online catalogue.


 Gaby Wijers – Director

Vevi van der Vliet - Business manager

Theus Zwakhals – Distribution 

Kees Fopma – Preservation

Sanneke Huisman – Programme & writing


Wiel Seuskens – Technical manager

Mila van der Weide - Assistant documentation & preservation

Manique Hendricks - Junior conservator 

Rachel Somers Miles – Project manager & researcher

José Miguel Biscaya – Technical specialist

Maija Jussila - Communications










Jaap van der Kreeft - Toxus

Toxus is a company that develops and supports custom software for the cultural scene in Holland. Most software is developed for museums and institutions.

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Pike van Kemenade

Independent Information Technology and Services professional.





Ivo van Stiphout

Adviser and researcher for LIMA and head of VideoArtlab, audio-visual expertise for the arts.

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Pier Taylor – graphic design

By designing navigation, editorial content and communication as one we craft simple design products that help orient and connect people. Services are identity design, pulbication design and signage design.

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Annet Dekker

Annet Dekker is an independent curator and researcher. Currently she's core tutor at Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam, and finalising her Ph.D. at the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths University of London.

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Claudia Röck - PhD student University of Amsterdam (NACCA) & researcher at LIMA

Alex Michaan - preservation and research



Jan Robert Leegte - co-curator

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The Amsterdam Fund for the Arts (AFK) invests in art that enriches life in the city.

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The Mondriaan Fund is a public financed cultural funding organization that focuses on visual arts and cultural heritage.

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The Prince Bernhard Culture Fund supports culture, nature and science in the Netherlands.

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The Creative Industries Fund NL is the fund for designers and makers in the creative industry.

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LIMA has been supported by the Europian Union.

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SEC's objective to promote talent development, education and scientific practice, both in the Netherlands and internationally.


Norden administers four cultural funding programs, which are divided into six different funding options, run a cultural center and library in the heart of Helsinki, and arrange events.




Het Algemeen-Nederlands Verbond (ANV) is an association that promotes cooperation between the Netherlands and Flanders.





Democracy & Media foundation invests in independent, critical media and a strong, just democratic state. 


Frame supports and promote international projects, facilitates professional partnerships, and acts as an information centre for Finnish contemporary art. 






Public Transport from Centraal Station Amsterdam

  • Tram 17, Stop: Ten Katemarkt/ Kinkerstraat
  • 5 minute walk: with the market on your right follow Kinkerstraat,
    turn left on Nikolaas Beetsstraat, and take the first street to the
    left after the canal. We are the large brick building on your left.
  • Tram 1, Stop: Jan Pieter Heijestraat
  • 5 minute walk: rehabilitation clinic on your left, turn right into JP Heijestraat, right again into Kanaalstraat. Cross over. We are the large brick building on your left.

By car from Centraal Station Amsterdam

  • Make a sharp right onto Prins Hendrikkade
  • Turn left onto Martelaarsgracht and bear left onto Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal
  • At the traffic lights trun right onto Raadhuisstraat.
  • After 1.4 km turn left onto Bilderdijkstraat
  • Take the third left right onto Jacob Van Lennepstraat
  • Make a right onto Tollenstraat,Turn left onto Borgerstraat, on the end turn left, and you should see our building on your left.