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CONSTANT est une association bruxelloise, crée en 1997, qui a pour but de promouvoir auprès du public et des artistes, des oeuvres créatives et /ou critiques utilisant les nouveaux médias en dialogue avec d’autres formes d’expression. Pour ce faire, Constant organise des expositions, des conférences, des ateliers, publie des textes , en vue de développer les problématiques médiatiques actuelles.

http://www.constantvzw.org/

Articles

  • Unbound Libraries documentation

    25 juin, par Elodie — Unbound Libraries
    The documentation of Unbound Libraries is there! Unbound Libraries was a worksession that happened in June 2020. It was the first worksession of Constant entirely online as covid had made its entry into our realities. For this documentation, we decided to invite 4 participants of the (...)
  • A (dis)continued commitment

    23 juin, par Femke Snelting — And more...
    As of 1 July 2021, Constant discontinues it's membership of the Free Software Foundation. This withdrawal does not change Constant's continued commitment to software released under conditions that invite users to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve. With many others, Constant was (...)
  • test en

    11 juin, par denis — Algolit
    Algolit
  • Alchorisma : Publication launch

    27 mai, par An — Alchorisma
    Z33 and Constant are very happy to announce the launch of the collective publication of Alchorisma. The result is an online platform designed by Dorian and Gijs from Open Source Publishing. The launch will happen online July 1 19:30-21 CEST, on this platform: (...)
  • Collective Conditions for Re-Use (CC4r)

    25 mai, par Femke Snelting — Authors of the future
    The CC4r articulates conditions for re-using authored materials. It is inspired by the principles of Free Culture but tries to respond to a growing discomfort with licenses that remain bound to the idea of authorship as ownership and which rely on an universalist approach to openness. The CC4r (...)

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