Guided tours: DiVersions v2 In seven on-line installations, artists show how digital collections of cultural institutions could welcome very different and even opposing views. Decolonial and intersectional perspectives call (...)
Open Call: Bureaucracksy Between 7 and 12 December 2020, Constant organises the work-session Bureaucracksy. This work-session investigates the governance of techno-social systems through the prism of bureaucracy. The (...)
Constant sponge Opening: Thursday July 23, 18:00-22:00 @ Constant Sponges, the members of the phylum Porifera (/pəˈrɪfərə/; meaning "pore bearer"), are a basal Metazoa (animal) clade as a sister of the Diploblasts. (...)
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Dear student, teacher, worker in an educational institution, A letter from Constant to everyone facing on-line teaching. Let's learn together how to do technology differently!
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Care as solidarity Constant activates a research trajectory on Care as solidarity with DeBuren, Het TheaterFestival and KVS. Recent and not-so-recent societal events and configurations urge us to understand the (...)
Authors of the future
Authors of the future @ Piksel Cyber Salon @ Ars Electronica Constant presents the project Authors of the future in the exhibition Copy Paste that is curated by Antonio Roberts and was first shown as part of this years Piksel festival in Norway. Now it (...)
Littérature et Numérique Algolit is taking part in the exhibition 'Littérature et Numérique' in Maison du Livre in Brussels with 3 different installations: L'algolitérateur, La Voix au chapitre and Greffer des arbres. (...)
Looking for inyambo Opening: FRIDAY 25th September, 18:00-22:00, Constant This installation tells the story of a modest quest; looking for something while being unsure whether it actually exists. It is an attempt (...)
Urban(e)(istiques) Anomalie(ë)n Bru(x)(ss)el(le)(s)A visual journey through particularities of public spaces in Brussels.
Active ArchivesResearch and development of free software archive tools in collaboration with cultural institutions.
Unbound LibrariesUnbound Libraries was a worksession around digital libraries and tools for organisation of knowledge that took place online from 31 May to 5 June 2020.
Books with an AttitudeBooks with an Attitude are published by Constant, designed with Free and Open Source software and published under open content licenses. This is why they deserve the hallmark ’Book with an Attitude’. Books with an Attitude showcases the publishing activities of Constant, looking into and reflecting upon the specific ways of creation, production and distribution that emerge in the meeting (...)
IterationsIterations is committed to the future of artistic collaboration in digitally networked contexts. Multidisciplinary artists and practitioners are brought together to create speculative works that feed the imagination of possible modes of artistic collaboration.
Open Source VideoA weblog about producing, editing, archiving, sharing and distributing open source video.
Interfacing the lawA research project developed in collaboration with the experimental publishing program at Piet Zwart Institute of Media Design in Rotterdam.
Collective ConditionsCollective Conditions was a worksession on the conditions for/of collectivity and collaboration that took place from 8 until 16 November 2019 in Ateliers Mommen in Brussels. It was organised in the framework of the European project Iterations.
AlchorismaFrom 2 till 8 December 2018 Alchorisma will take place at Z33, House for Contemporary Art in Hasselt, Belgium. Alchorisma alludes to the relationships between algorithms, charisma, rhythm, alchemy and karma. Alchorisma is a Constant worksession which looks at integrating cosmogenetic views with the charisma surrounding technology. We will look at ways to infect existing algorithmic models (...)
Authors of the futureConventional intellectual property law binds authors and their hybrid contemporary practices in a framework of assumed ownership and individualism. It conceives creations as original works, making collective, networked practices difficult to fit. Within that legal and ideological framework, Copyleft, Open Content Licenses or Free Culture Licensing introduced a different view of authorship, (...)