November 2018

From October 1 until the end of 2018, Constant will share its studio on the 25th floor of the WTC building with Mia Melvær. Mia is a Norwegian visual artist working at the intersection of sculpture, technology and ways of archiving. Often in collaboration with the Brussels-based collective Just (...)

Constant is looking for a new colleague (f/x/m) to join the current core team one day a week as of February 1, 2019. Our new colleague helps to develop Constant’s work in the long term and is also committed to make daily activities happen. We can offer a one-year contract with the possibility to (...)

Linear Regression is one of the most well known and well understood algorithms in statistics and machine learning. It has been around for almost 200 years. It is an attractive model because the representation is so simple.
During this session we first look at its history, its application in (...)

From 19 to 21 November 2018 we organise a 3-days workshop where we will build cameras from scratch, experiment with their design and shoot SuPi8 footage.
The SuPi8 is a digital camera ... but built inside a Super8 camera. More precisely, it is a digital sensor connected to a Raspberry Pi, (...)

The SuPi8 is a digital camera ... but built inside a Super8 camera. More precisely, it is a digital sensor connected to a Raspberry Pi, stuck inside a 8mm or Super8 camera.
From November 19 to 21, Constant is organizing a 3-day workshop where we will build cameras from scratch, experiment with (...)

Algolit members Gijs de Heij and An Mertens will organise a workshop on ’Futures for Experimental Literature’ and algorithmic storytellers in the framework of the studyday ’Daarom lees ik’ (’Why I read’) organised by UGent.
In the morning there will be a lecture and panel discussion about classical (...)

Contribution to a symposium organised by Q-02 werkplaats in collaboration with Melissa E. Logan (University of Craft Action Thought / Chicks on Speed). With Christian von Borries, Prodromos Tsiavos, Femke Snelting, Melissa E. Logan, ooooo, Yoni Van Den Eede.
"The one-day symposium and (...)