The IHME Contemporary Art Festival in March 2012 gave the public a chance to experience French artist Christian Boltanski´s The Heart Archive.
Themes for the IHME Days 2012 were collecting and the archive.
The artist of the IHME Project 2012, Christian Boltanski had also an idea for the IHME Edition, which was published in newspapers. A series of advertisements invited people to give their heartbeats as a gift.
The Danish Superflex´s installation created for the IHME Contemporary Art Festival was a film and sculpture titled Modern Times Forever (Stora Enso Building, Helsinki).
The third IHME Days were being held 1-3.4.2011 at the Old Student House in Helsinki. The themes of the festival derive from the current IHME Project and they were: the Time, the City and the Future.
FREE SHOP by Superflex takes place in an ordinary shop. Anything purchased in the shop by any given customer when FREE SHOP is being performed is free of charge.
The IHME Project 2010 is the new sound installation When Day Closes designed by artist Susan Philipsz for the Helsinki Central Railway Station
The IHME Days, a public contemporary art event organized by Pro Arte Foundation Finland, was held for the second time between March 26-28, 2010 at the Old Student House (Mannerheimintie 3) in Helsinki, Finland.
British sculptor Antony Gormley (b. 1950) was the artist to conceive the first IHME Project by the Pro Arte Foundation Finland. Gormley created a work in the Kaisaniemi sports field in Helsinki, bringing together clay and Helsinki locals in a specially erected pneumatic building.
The first public IHME Days for Art by the Pro Arte Foundation Finland were held at the Old Student House in Helsinki from 3 to 5 April 2009.
Pro Arte Foundation Finland´s first IHME Edition was devised by Antony Gormley.
The first IHME production was IHME 0: Films and videos by international contemporary artists.