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20/04/2022

LIMA Presents: E- Motion, Reports from the Basement

LIMA teams up with curator Karin Post to present a screening program with video art, talks and performance on emotions.
23/02/2022

LIMA Presents: Work + Work ≠ Work

LIMA teams up with the Association of Moving Image Archivist (AMIA) to present a series of films and video artworks on the intersection of domestic work, reproductive labor, and the positioning of artistic endeavours in relation to the working body.
18/12/2021

Monthly Media Art Meetup #3

Do you want to help bring attention to media artists, and do you want to learn how to write articles on Wikipedia?
27/11/2021

Mediakunst op Wikipedia presents: Marja Samsom

Together with our partner the Cultural Heritage Agency (RCE) we invite you to participate in this special edition of the writing workshop at LIMA.
20/11/2021

Monthly Media Art Meetup #2

Do you want to help bring attention to media artists, and do you want to learn how to write articles on Wikipedia?
13/11/2021

WikiconNL X Mediakunst op Wikipedia

Onze partner van het Mediakunst op Wikipedia project, Wikimedia Nederland, heeft ons uitgenodigd om dit jaar onderdeel te zijn van de jaarlijkse WikiconNL!
Sin Wai Kin - Tell me everything you saw, and what you think it means (2018, 5 min) Courtesy by Blindspot Gallery and the artist.
27/10/2021

LIMA Presents: Representation, Gender and the Body // SOLD OUT

During the course of this evening LIMA presents works from its distribution collection as well as works by Sin Wai Kin, Molly Soda and Lena Kuzmich on the theme of representation, gender and the body.
23/10/2021

Monthly Media Art Meetup

Do you want to help bring attention to media artists, and do you want to learn how to write articles on Wikipedia?
22/09/2021

New Works Screening at LAB111

During the course of this evening LIMA presents new works from its distribution collection.
21/09/2021

Workshop: The Work of Art Without Original

What happens to the future presentation and value of digital art if there is no original to go back to? What does it mean for the position of the artists, do institutional practices change and does documentation increase in value?

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