September 2020 - August 2021

June

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 for a rethinking of on-line cultural heritage. What if we would arrange otherwise, invent material (...)

July

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 execution of rules is an essential element of computation, of digital infrastructures, and of the (...)

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. They are multicellular organisms that have bodies full of pores and channels allowing water to (...)

September

A letter from Constant to everyone facing on-line teaching.
Let’s learn together how to do technology differently!

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 implications of care and its means of formation across various dynamic networks. Questioning, doing and (...)

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 is planted in the electronic Kepplers Garden program of Ars Electronica as AEGardenBERGEN
The full (...)

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.
Digitization and algorithms are opening up new ways of writing. Will the architecture of the narrative free (...)

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 to navigate the past, present and future despite geographic and linguistic other/non-place. Slowly (...)