The Inter Media Art Institute exhibits, archives and distributes time-based media art.
Conrad Schnitzler - "Sometimes it gets out of hand and turns into music"
Exhibition with concerts and performances at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf.
Screening program with video works from and about Düsseldorf.
PROLONGED: also on view from 8/31 to 9/3/2022!
SDV Goes Osdorp
A Cassette Night at the Salon des Amateurs
A cassette night with Wrong Sal, Konrad Kraft, Waltraud Blischke, and Osdorp Tapes
Episode 5 - selected by Hedda Schattanik and Roman Szczesny
The Düsseldorf artists Hedda Schattanik and Roman Szczesny have put together a screening program with works from the IMAI archive, including works by Chris Newman and Marcel Odenbach.
Fringe of the Fringe
A conference that seeks to bring together queer-feminist and antiracist strategies for archiving and cataloging audiovisual documents of punk, postpunk, new wave, and industrial.
Episode 4 - selected by Ji Su Kang-Gatto
Düsseldorf-based artist Ji Su Kang-Gatto has put together a screening program with works from the IMAI archive. In addition to her own videos, she is showing works by Róbert Olawuyi and Margot Zanni.
The Age of Unreason
curated by Wanda vanderStoop
To celebrate the Inter Media Art Institute's 15th anniversary, fellow video art distributor Vtape Toronto has put together a video program on the theme of HITTING PUBERTY.
HITTING PUBERTY Anniversary Program
Artist talks, screenings and zine launche with Ale Bachlechner, Ji Su Kang-Gatto, Marcel Odenbach, Róbert Olawuyi and Niels Van Tomme, among others
curated by ARGOS
For the Inter Media Art Institute's 15th anniversary, the video art distributor Argos Brussels has put together a video program on the theme of HITTING PUBERTY.
Episode 3 - selected by Lukas Marxt
As part of the anniversary program HITTING PUBERTY - 15 Jahre Stiftung IMAI, young artists from the Foundation's distribution program present their own work relating to historical videos from the IMAI archive, which have been groundbreaking for their personal development.
The exhibition in the NRW Forum is open to visitors again.