29/05/2021 to 12/06/2021
Workshops for (media) Art Lovers and/or Writing Enthusiasts
To increase the visibility of female media artists, we are looking for inspired writers to participate in the ‘Media art on Wikipedia’ project! With this project, that will take four years, our goal is to make information about media art more accessible. Do you want to (learn how to) write as a Wikipedian and help increase the visibility of female media artists at the same time? Then enroll for the online workshops!
UNFOLD: Vera Sofia Mota
For this year’s edition of UNFOLD: Nan Hoover, LIMA invited Portuguese artist Vera Sofia Mota to re-interpret Nan Hoover’s work as part of a larger research project from UNFOLD – Mediation by Reinterpretation: reinterpretation as a modus operandi for documentation, preservation and mediation of older artworks.
UNFOLD: Davor Sanvincenti, Sandra Sterle, Judith de Joode
UNFOLD: Nan Hoover introduces performances and presentations by artists of Nan Hoover’s work in a new, unconventional way. The programme includes a text-based sound installation by Sandra Sterle, a lecture by Davor Sanvincenti as well as a commissioned text-based reinterpretation by theatermaker Judith de Joode.
UNFOLD: Writing the Light Nan Hoover Re-interpretation
For this year’s UNFOLD: Nan Hoover, we have once again invited students of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie (DOGtime) to research and think up the re-interoretation of a work by the artist Nan Hoover.
UNFOLD: Nan Hoover
UNFOLD: Nan Hoover is a one-day reinterpretation festival. On Wednesday, May 19, 2021, artists, experts, writers, programmers will shed their light on the oeuvre of the media art pioneer Nan Hoover (1931 - 2008).
LIMA Online X UNFOLD
In the run-up to the UNFOLD: Nan Hoover festival there will be a special broadcast of LIMA Online with guests Quirine Racké & Helena Muskens.
LIMA Online x PloktaTV: Who’s afraid of television?
LIMA and PloktaTV will join forces to unravel the relationship between people and technologies by diving deep into the notion of television. Selected works from the LIMA collection will shed different lights on the place of this illuminated picture tube in our society. They will show the television as the ritualistic cornerstone of a modern society, but also as an object to fight, destroy or hack.
24/03/2021 to 26/03/2021
Transformation Digital Art 2021
Transformation Digital Art symposium is designed as an opportunity to share best practices concerning both artist-led and institutional strategies geared towards the future presentation of born-digital and software-based art. This year the focus of the symposium will be on Documenting Digital Art.
Cultural Matter: The Good Point Reunion
For the final event of this Cultural Matter season, we are pleased to announce a talk between the artists Jeremy Bailey and Rafaël Rozendaal. They will engage in a conversation about residencies and the site specificity of internet art.
27/01/2021 to 10/03/2021
Cultural Matter: Jeremy Bailey
The final edition of Cultural Matter will focus on Jeremy Bailey’s The You Museum, an evenly utopic as dystopian, but always humorous, personalised online museum. The project critically reflects on consumerism on the web and the perversity of the art market by playfully infiltrating the structures of the first, and mimicking the ones of the other.