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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

  • Pooling with public tech

    28 septembre, par Peter Westenberg — And more...
    With: Constant + Nubo Language: EN / FR / NL (to be defined on site) In the framework of the SOTA fair arts Almanac 2022 This session interrogates the ethics of the digital devices, the services, platforms and softwares which we use as artists, designers, organisers and people working around (...)
  • MARCH, Publishing as protocol + call for contributions

    23 septembre, par Peter Westenberg — And more...
    MARCH is a journal of art & strategy that embraces publishing as an act of protest to address the critical social and political issues of our time. MARCH launches their first long term inquiry, Publishing As Protocol, which aims to explore the relationship between self-organizational models (...)
  • Wizards of OS

    17 septembre, par Peter Westenberg — And more...
    Constant (Nicolas Malevé) participated in the 4 the edition of the Wizards of Operating System. - And more...
  • RDI report publication

    10 septembre, par Peter Westenberg — Reclaiming Digital Infrastructures
    What we learn and how we learn are closely related. Now that digital learning seems to have become a new norm, it is important to be able to read and understand the digital tools that we use and allow artistic knowledge to play a role in this. This collaboration with KASK, School of Arts in (...)
  • Constant_V : TALKING NETWORK

    31 août, par Donatella — Constant_V
    Opening: Thursday 23 September 2021 at 18:00 LATOS, SLATO, OTLAS and TALOS are among the names from which a group of researchers (Ayoh Kré, Lionel Maes, Deborah Levy & Antoine Wang) operate. What they have in common is that their privileged fields of study are made up of a sediment of (...)

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