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In solidarity with Library Genesis and Sci-Hub

In Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s tale the Little Prince meets a businessman who accumulates stars with the sole purpose of being able to buy more stars. The Little Prince is perplexed. He owns only a (...)

Un\Ruly Bodies: The MakeHuman Bugreport

At the yearly Sophia colloquiem, Unruly Bodies. Gender \ Normen \ Verzet, Adva Zakai, Xavier Gorgol and Femke Snelting will present The MakeHuman Bugreport. MakeHuman is a popular open source 3D (...)

Considering your tools

Workshop for tutors at BAU design college of Barcelona. With Gijs de Heij and Eric Schrijver (OSP). This workshop starts from our experience with using Free, Libre and Open Source software in (...)

Code, text and text-to-speech

Constant members Michael Murtaugh and An Mertens will give a workshop on text, code and text-to-speech in the framework of the Hackers and Designers Summercamp organised in De Punt in Amsterdam. (...)

Libre Graphics Meeting 2015

During The Libre Graphics Meeting (LGM), the annual meeting on free and open source software for graphics, a series of Constant friends will present their latest ideas during lightning talks, (...)

Support de Fortune

How do supports of writing - a book or a single piece of paper, pencils, typewriters or internet pages - work on our thoughts? How do ‘chance supports’ (a train ticket, the back of an envelope, the (...)

Histories of the Feminist Server(s)

Histories of the Feminist Server(s) is a contribution to Exquisite Corps, a colloborative piece for Lady Justice (’Reconsidering gender and technology in the age of the distributed network’), (...)

Algorithmic Cultures and Security

How could we address the impact of contemporary digital technologies on security and surveillance mechanisms and its influence on posthuman subject-formation? Femke contributes to the fourth (...)

Being Urban

Constant is invited to participate in the project Being Urban, organised by Adrien Grimmeau and Pauline de La Boulaye in ISELP. The objective of BEING URBAN is to reflect on the place of artistic (...)