Constant_V

Constant_V is a series of small-scale installations in the window of the Constant office. These installations are sometimes accompanied by a workshop led by the artist(s) in order to focus not only on the finished product, but also on the process of creation. They give the opportunity to discover the motivations, the techniques or other aspects of a work.

Constant_V uses our front window as a membrane; it showcases artists and projects connected to Constant. Constant_V prefers showing works that are in progress, giving visibility to the conceptual, technical and collaborative work that goes into the creation of an artwork. Constant_V shows works that are made with Free Software and / or distributed under open content licenses. This way Constant_V offers passers by insight in the world of F/LOSS arts.

Constant_V presents digital works of various types ranging from video to interactive works, from graphic design to hacked machines and prototypes.

Participants

  • Mathieu Gabiot, Martin Lévêque, New Object(s) in common: Peggy(’s) photos
  • James Bryan Graves, Catherine Lenoble, Sarah Garcin, An Mertens, Piero Bisello, Anne Laforet, On Journey with Hovelbot photos
  • Antje Van Wichelen, 21c/19c. Procedures for Anthropometric Image Reversal photos
  • André Castro, Dennis Pohl, Dick Reckard, Natacha Roussel, Femke Snelting, Alexia de Visscher, Shinyoung Yeo, The Radiated Book Preview photos
  • Open Sound Lab, Tracks & Traces photos
  • Claire Williams, An electromagnetic walk photos
  • Michael Murtaugh, Nicolas Maleve & Ellef Prestsæter, SICP, Scandinavian Institute of Computational Vandalism photos
  • Catherine Lenoble & OSP, Anna K photos
  • Mathieu Gabiot, Martin Lévêque, Diverted Objects photos
  • Stefan Piat & Stéphane Cousot, Π-view photos
  • Julien Deswaef, uH bench – the open source public bench photos
  • Rafaella Houlstan-Hasaerts, From Bosnie to the World and back photos
  • Michael Murtaugh, Anne Laforet, Gijs De Heij, Antonio Roberts, An Mertens, The Death of the Author, 1943 photos
  • Claire Williams & Wendy Van Wynsberghe, (machine)knit photos

Supported by
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Articles

Exhibition · 2017

ESPACE AUTOUR

ESPACE AUTOUR is an invitation for you to map out your personal perception of space. Those tangible spaces show the relationship to what is around you. The classic codes of communication are (...)
Exhibition · 2017

This obscure side of sweetness is waiting to blossom

For the first Constant_V of 2017, Pascale Barret installs a selection of artworks in the window of Constant: a catalogue and a rice wine experimentation developed during her last residency at (...)
Presentation · 2016

(New) Objects in Common: Peggy’s

The collective Libre Objet will present variations of Peggy, exhibition furniture for Fablabs and Maker-Hacker-spaces. During the month of October, a series of labs in Belgium was asked to (...)
Exhibition · 2016

On Journey with Hovelbot

New landscapes are in the making by how we interact with our telephones and computers. Two hundred years after Mary Shelley wrote her novel Frankenstein, an Algolit Extended group reinterpreted (...)
Exhibition · 2016

21C/19C. Procedures for Anthropometric Image Reversal | Finissage

In the next three weeks you still have a chance to have a look at ’21C/19C. Procedures for Anthropometric Image Reversal’ in the window of Constant. On Friday 21 October, from 16:00 to 18:00, the (...)

21C/19C. Procedures for Anthropometric Image Reversal

Through the lenses of 19th century photographers, the visual artist Antje Van Wichelen dives into the clichés and underlying motives of the Western colonial anthropometric collections and their (...)
Lecture · 2016

Scandinavian Institute for Computational Vandalism @ SIGNAL#5

Archive activists Michael Murtaugh and Nicolas Malevé will present the installation The Scandinavian Institute for Computational Vandalism at the conference SIGNAL#5 during a round table (...)

The Radiated Book preview

A sneak-preview of The Radiated Book, an experimental publication by the Mondothèque team, will be hosted in the window of Constant. In 1919 the Mundaneum occupied half of the majestic (...)
Workshop · 2016

Open Sound Lab @ Parcours d’artistes St-Gilles/Forest 2016

In the context of the installation Tracks&Traces in the window of Constant, Open Sound Lab will organise a series of workshops during the weekends of the Parcours d’artistes St-Gilles/Forest (...)
Exhibition · 2016

TRACKS & TRACES | Open Sound Lab

Tracks&Traces is an installation that displays the visual and sound archives gleaned during the workshops of computer generated music that took place in 2015 at the Cultural Centre Jacques (...)