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19/02/2020

Cultural Matter: Martine Neddam in conversation with Elvia Wilk (Pt.I)

 

Design by Pablo BardinetThe history of fake identities is tightly interwoven with the rise of the internet - the free and open space where you could be anyone you wanted to be. What role did - and do - artists play in this? How do they develop and manifest characters online? Early net artist Martine Neddam has been creating online  fake personas that work with public feedback since 1996, far before the establishment of social media. Mouchette, David Still, Xiao Qian are all...

15/01/2020

UNFOLD: Audience/Performer/Mirror

On the 15th of January 2020 LIMA invites Keren Cytter, Jan Robert Leegte and Emile Zile to present their version of Dan Graham’s performance and video work Audience/Performer/Mirror. Reinterpretations by Adad Hannah, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, and Judith Hopf will be exhibited as well.The works together show the possibilities of reinterpretation and give an artistic anthology, and criticism, of the work of Graham. Gabriella Giannachi (researcher & professor of Performance and New...

23/12/2019 to 05/01/2020

LIMA winter break

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LIMA will have a short winter break from Monday 23 December until January 5, 2020. During this period the office will be closed. 

LIMA wishes you a wonderful holiday season!

18/12/2019

Cultural Matter: Jan Robert Leegte on the Performing Machine

On Wednesday 18 December artist Jan Robert Leegte will give a lecture on 'the performing machine'. From a technical and theoretical perspective he will explain how the computer is fundamentally performative.

"The internet is an unimaginably vast ecology of data and processes. Deeply stored data is immutable like buried granite, while other data is constantly in flux like a rushing mountain stream. The whole system is in continuous evolution through endless processes reshaping the...

12/12/2019

The LIMA Collection: New Work - Mark IJzerman, Sébastien Robert, Zeno van den Broek and Nan Wang

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LIMA is proud to present the new AV performance As Above, So Below (2019) by Mark IJzerman (live visuals) & Sébastien Robert (live sound), the presentation of Zeno van den Broek’s research proposal for Forming Folds (2020) and recent videos of Zeno van den Broek and Nan Wang. Performance, talks and works will be presented in Cinema 1 of LAB111 with the artists present on Thursday December 12. Q&A by Theus Zwakhals.
20/11/2019

Cultural Matter: JODI in conversation with Sakrowski (Pt.I)

Cultural Matter: JODI
Max Payne Cheats Only (2004) is a double projection video consisting of video game ‘cheats’: alterations to the behavior of a video game, often built in by the original programmers to help players who have reached an impasse. JODI compiled cheats from the New York vigilante third person shooter game Max Payne. JODI: ‘We wanted to do something that was non-aesthetically ours. No scary black blobs on jumping white backgrounds, but trying to...

16/10/2019

Cultural Matter: Gijs van Oenen on the Fear Of Missing Out (Pt.II)

Cultural Matter: Gijs van Oenen on The Fear Of Missing Out (Pt.II)
Wednesday October 16, start: 8.00 PM
TICKETS: 7,50 / 5 / free with Cineville 
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Can contemporary art - and the production thereof - be optimized and automated? In 2013, the artist Jonas Lund made a solo exhibition based on this...

18/09/2019

Cultural Matter: Jonas Lund - Opening event with Florian Cramer (Pt.I)

Can contemporary art - and the production thereof - be optimized and automated? In 2013, the artist Jonas Lund made a solo exhibition based on this simple yet critical and challenging question. The Fear Of Missing Out, held at MAMA, Rotterdam, would become a landmark exhibition in which the algorithm played a leading role, a show that was of great influence on his later work. The works produced for The Fear Of Missing Out were not the direct result of Lund’s labour and ideas, but made by a computer algorithm written by him.
01/08/2019 to 31/08/2019

LIMA Gallery: belit sağ

From the 1st of August until August 31, two videoworks by belit sağ are exhibited in LIMA's gallery space in the basement of LAB111.
Open daily from 12 - 23 at LIMA, Amsterdam (Arie Biemondstraat 111).
Entrance is free.

belit sağ, what remains, 2018, 7'05''
what remains is constructed from images that sag shot and gathered during 2015 and 2016 in Cizre, a primarily Kurdish town in Turkey on the Syrian border, as well as found footage from all over Turkey from...

29/07/2019 to 11/08/2019

LIMA summer break

While summer is in full swing in Amsterdam, we are heading towards the beach, just like in Rafael Montañez Ortiz' 'Beach Umbrella' from 1985. 

LIMA will have a short summer break from Monday July 29 until August 11. During this period the office will be closed. 

LIMA wishes you a wonderful summer!

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