Session de travail ·


DiVersions a eu lieu du 4 décembre au 11 décembre 2016 et s’inspirait de la façon dont les versions font partie de la pratique quotidienne des logiciels. Avec une groupe de 35 participant(e)s, nous avons exploré comment celles-ci peuvent rendre possible, au-delà des pratiques existantes de collaboration et consensus, des formes divergentes de récits historiques en offrant de l’espace à la différence. Cette session d’une semaine etait organisée par Constant en collaboration avec le Musée Royal d’Art et Histoire à Bruxelles.

Met : Adva Zakai, Alexandre Leray, André Castro, An Mertens, Arianne Marcolini, Catherine Lenoble, Cristina Cochior, Laurence Rassel, Femke Snelting, Christine De Smedt, Gottfried Haider, Geraldine Juárez, Julie Boschat-Thorez, Kristien Van denbrande, Lionel Broye, Loraine Furter, Magnus Lawrie, Marie Lecrivain, Martin Campilo, Martino Monti, Mia Melvaer, Michael Murtaugh, Serge Lemaitre, Sophie Balace, Emile Van Binnebeke, Saskia Willaert, Chris Vastenhoudt, Donatella Portoghese, Myriam Arsenault-Goulet, Nicolas Maleve, Peter Westenberg, Phil Langley, Sam Muirhead, Sarah Magnan, Seda Guerses, Wendy Van Wynsberghe, Zeljko Blace, Zoumana Meite.


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DiVersions : archive

La session de travail DiVersions a eu lieu du 4 au 11 December 2016. Elle était inspirée de la façon sur laquelle les versions sont inscrites dans la pratique numérique quotidienne. En présence de 35 (...)

DiVersions - un dimanche après-midi au musée autour de la collaboration, la divergence et les archives digitales

Constant entame la session de travail DiVersions en organisant un après-midi public au Musée Royal de l’Art et de l’Histoire. Inspirées de la façon sur laquelle les versions sont intégrées dans la (...)

Appel à participation : DiVersions

Deadline : 12 septembre DiVersions s’inspire de la façon dont les versions font partie de la pratique quotidienne des logiciels. Elle explorera comment celles-ci peuvent rendre possible, au-delà (...)


DiVersions was inspired by the way versions are inscribed in daily software-practice, and explored how parallel to their conventional narrative of collaboration and consensus, they can produce divergent histories through supporting difference. This one week session was organised by Constant and hosted by the Royal Museum of Art and History in Brussels.

2017-07-06 01:25:25

By the end of 2016, the Museum was in the final stages of digitizing its very diverse collection: some 330,000 objects including clay tablets, tapestries, mummies, ancient jewellery, vases, coins had been inventoried. Our presence at this moment in time allowed us to put the concrete practices (...)

A Wikipedia template for conflicts and confusions (Zeljko Blace, Myriam Arsenault-Goulet)

2017-03-08 09:06:20

A strategic proposal for a set of ‘progressive’ banner templates to be added to Wikipedia. One would for example allow logged-in users to call for additional voices and dynamic balancing, another to flag normativity. Video: Link: (...)


2017-03-08 09:06:16

Ideas, concepts and prototypes developed during the worksession.

A new fire ceremony (Seda Guerses, Zoumana Meite)

2017-03-08 09:06:15

A poetic proposal for a new start of the collection and its institution, moulded to not forget its own history. Inspired by an Aztec ceremony that was performed once every 52 years.

Tracking dates / Plotting timescales (Phil Langley)

2017-03-08 09:06:14

Plotting the multiple dates (acquisition, production, addition to the database) of objects in the Carmentis data base Video: Visuals:

A collection of incertitudes (peut-etre, maybe, sometimes, possibly, …) (Marie Lecrivain, Martin Campilo)

2017-03-08 09:06:14

A query into the online catalogue following the parameter of uncertainty. How do you find doubts in the database if the “question mark” (?) is not taken in account by the search engine of Carmentis? Video: Notes: (...)

DiyVersions (Lionel Broye)

2017-03-08 09:06:10

A proposal to bring the collection outside the museum walls and to link the objects to different and external contexts in order to create new narratives with and around them. Video: Presentation text: (...)

1996 vision (Gottfried Haider)

2017-03-08 09:06:05

Speculative software proposal. A research into the history of the museums’ digital infrastructures and collection management systems lead to a re-imagination of the current digital collection through the tools and styles that would have been state of the art in 1996. Screenshots + letter: (...)

Objects and stories in the Mesoamerican room

2017-03-08 09:05:14

Could we imagine an audio-guide that whispers multiple voices into our ears? Could they tell a different story in each ear? Would they enter in conversation with each other? Videos: Notes: (...)

Research visits and interviews

2017-03-08 09:04:36