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Verbindingen / Jonctions

Annual multidisciplinary festival organised by Constant

The program of Verbindingen/Jonctions(VJ) combines high-, low- and no-tech strategies from utopian, contemporary, traditional and tribal cultures with open standards, free licenses, feminism and queer theories. The festival offers radio makers, artists, software programmers, academics, linux users, interface designers, urban explorers, performance artists, technicians, lawyers and others an occasion to experience each other’s practices, and to share their activities and interests with a broad public of visitors interested.

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