The Inter Media Art Institute exhibits, archives and distributes time-based media art.
Based on the video of the same name by Jill Scott from 1992, the series brings together works that speculate about dystopian but also hopeful future scenarios from a (queer-)feminist perspective
The Videonale Bonn and the IMAI present an online video art magazine and an exhibition at the Moltkerei Werkstatt, Cologne, complemented by the program series VIDEONALE.scope. -> Opening on Nov 24, 2023
Garish and Shrill
The Interweaving of Video Art and Feminist Criticism in the 1980s
For the closing night of the exhibition "The Inescapable Intertwining of All Lives" at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, we are showing feminist video art from the 80s.
Encountering disappearance and existence
Screening program with videos by Berlin-based artist Anna Zett
Reut Shemesh and Ronni Shendar
IMAI presents Reut Shemesh and Ronni Shendar at Transitions (NL)
Flowers from the Underground
Independent music videos of the 1980s between concert, home video and music television
Screening program with independent music videos from IMAI's archive
IMAI presents Lukas Marxt at International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR)
An evening of video art in the Münster-Therme
FINTA-only swimming and performance videos from the IMAI program
"Sometimes it gets out of hand and turns into music"
Exhibition with concerts and performances at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf