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MMF 2010: International Festival, from August 27th till October 2nd, 2010

Media Facades Festival Europe 2010 (MFF 2010) is an urban media art project that interconnects seven European cities through urban screens and media facades located in public spaces. Artists and media designers will show throughout Europe specially developed art projects, during screenings and Joint Broadcasting Events, opening a global window to create dialogue, share dreams and exchange ideas.
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MFF 2010: Graffiti Analysis by Evan Roth
Call for participation, from August 21st till September 15th, 2010

Graffiti Analysis is a custom software designed for graffiti writers that creates visualizations of the motion involved in the creation of a tag. Motion data is recorded, analyzed and archived in a free and open database, where writers can share analytical representations of their hand styles. Graffiti Analysis is a project by Evan Roth, member of F.A.T. (Free Art & Technology Lab) and founder of the Graffiti Reasearch Lab.
For MFF 2010, you are invited to record your tags and upload them on 000000book.com. Selected tags will be shown all over Europe on the urban screens and media facades of the festival. The result will be presented in Brussels on 2nd of October!
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Playlist: playing Games, Music, Art - Exhibition from June 4th till August 21st, 2010

PLAYLIST explores the relationship between video games, music and visual art. The exhibition, imported from LABoral (ES) and now presented at iMAL, shows artworks by artists coming from the "chiptune" and media arts scenes who reused old PC's and games consoles to create new sound and visual contents. Reinventing and hacking vinyl’s, vintage computers, game platforms, they turned “dead media” into powerful tools of artistic creation.
Opening on Thursday 3rd of June 2010 from 18:30.
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Summer Digital Art workshops - from July 13th till August 13th, 2010

The 6th edition of our Summer Digital Art Workshops proposes 5 great courses from July to August, all based on open source softwares: Processing, Arduino, PureData, Spip et Wordpress. We will approach techniques that are more and more used in visual arts, performing arts, audio-visual performances or digital arts (net art, code art, interactive art). Warning: the class is taught in French (although the teachers speak English...).
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Past events

Code, Arts & Crafts! #4 : Saturday 19 June 2010, 14:00 - 18:00

In the continuation of our Ateliers Numériques d'été, iMAL sets up the Ateliers Code, Arts and Crafts!, every month and all year long! Come and work in group on your Arduino and Processing projects, find technical support for your codes and DIY experiments, learn new digital trends or simply meet new collaborators.
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Dorkbot #6: Special Students : Wednesday 28 April 2010, 20:30

iMAL invites 3 schools with a multimedia or digital art section to present some of their best projects. This first Special Students will features productions made at the Design & Media Academie (Genk), Ecole de Recherche Graphique (Brussels) and ESAPV (Mons). On the menu: a game with haptic feedback, an interactive social music creature, a participative photographic sculpture, computed clocks and a communicating jacket.
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Media Facades Festival Europe at Upgrade! Berlin

Marie-Laure will be presenting the Brussels part of the Media Facades Europe 2010 during the Upgrade! Berlin meeting this 22nd of July. More info on Upgrade! Berlin and Media Facades websites.

Salt Lake is nominee for FILE PRIX LUX PRIZE

The installation by Tom Heene and Yacine Sebti is part of the 43 nominees in the interactive art section of the famous brazilian festival FILE (São Paulo). You can support Salt Lake by voting directly on the website of the FILE PRIX LUX.

Chapter 1 - The Discovery: Honorary Mention Ars Electronica 2010

After his nominations for the Transmediale 2010 and the New Media Award of the Liedts-Meesen Foundation, Felix Luque received an Honorary Mention from Ars Electronica in the interactive art category. More on Chapter 1 website.

iMAL Video Archives 2000-2006 on YouTube!

This online archive is the result of a first effort to preserve our media art video documentation from 2000 to 2006 and share it with the largest audience. Thanks to Robin Foguenne, our current internship, wet digged into dozens of DV tapes to compile about 40 clips for a total duration of more than 3 hours in the best quality according to the original medium. On your screen from youtube.com

Media Facade Festival Europe at Transmediale 2010

Media Facade is a European project with FACT / Liverpool, m-cult / Helsinki, iMAL / Brussels, Ars Electronica Futurelab / Linz, Kitchen Budapest, Medialab-Prado / Madrid – initiated by Public Art Lab / Berlin and supported by EU Culture Programme. Marie-Laure (iMAL) will be at the first internal workshop and public presentation of the project which will happen in Berlin during Transmediale.