Françoise Deville, Brussels (Coordinator of RenovaS, Brussels)
Sévérine Dusollier, Brussels (lawyer, CRID, University of Namur)
Liesbeth Huybrechts, Hasselt (Professor of Cultural Studies, KHLim, Genk)
Yves Poliart, Brussels (Curator in Music, Médiathèque Passage 44, Brussels)
Jacques Zenner, Brussels (Manager)
Michel Cleempoel, Brussels (Visual artist, lecturer)
Pierre De Jaeger, Brussels (Script writer, radiomaker, Radio Campus & Radio Panik)
Denis Devos, Brussels (Domaine Public, Hacklab, Brussels)
Isabelle Doucet, Brussels (Lecturer, School of Architecture, Manchester)
Harrisson, Brussels (Designer, educator)
Pierre Huyghebaert, Brussels (Designer, cartographer, Brussels)
Michael Murtaugh, Brussels (Computer Scientist, lecturer)
Kris Rutten, Gent (Assistent Educational Science Ugent, Gent)
Laurence Rassel (Director, Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona)
Ronald Soetaert, Gent (Doctor in Philosophy, Educational Science Ugent, Gent)
Nicolas Malevé is a data activist developing multimedia projects and web applications for and with cultural organisations. His current research work is focused on cartography, information structures, metadata and the means to visually represent them. He lives and works in Barcelona and Brussels.
An Mertens studied Romanic Languages, followed by a postgraduate in Latin American Language and Culture. Since 2006 she has been working as an artist and writer. In her work she experiments with writing and storytelling, on the web, on paper, or in a performative context. In every creative venture she looks for a combination of form, content, material with a focus on certain aspects of the literary tradition, such as linearity in the fragmented reality of the web, the richness and the limitations of collective authorship, playing with time and place through the use of programming languages, live-writing, a blog as a novel. She developed projects in collaboration with Shift Space, Mangrove-Tentactile, Bolwerk, Bronks Jeugdtheater, KHLIM Media & Design Genk, VGC Trajectsubsidie, BNA-BBOT, Library Sans-Souci Elsene/Ixelles, KWP De Pianofabriek.
Femke Snelting is an artist and designer, member of De Geuzen (a foundation for multi-visual research) and Constant (foundation for art and media). She develops projects at the intersection of feminism and free- and open source software. Together with Renée Turner and Riek Sijbring she forms De Geuzen (a foundation for multi-visual research). De Geuzen deploys a variety of strategies both on- and offline to explore their interests in female identity, critical resistance, representation, and narrative archiving.
Peter Westenberg is visual artist and film- and videomaker. His projects evolve from an interest in social cartography, urban anomalies and the relationships between locative identity and cultural geography. He lives and works in Brussels since 2005 and has been part of Constant since. Screenings & exhibitions a.o.: International Film Festival Rotterdam, Centrum for contemporary arts Witte de With, Nederlands Film Festival Utrecht, VideoEx Zurich, Portobello London, Argos, Impakt Utrecht. Comissions include: Stroom Den Haag, City of Delft, IFFR, Center for visual Arts Rotterdam, Center for Visual arts Dordrecht, Vlaardingen city, Z33 Hasselt. Teaching includes: Piet Zwart Instituut, Postgraduate Institute for Fine Arts in Rotterdam, ARTEZ fine arts Arnhem.
Wendy Van Wynsberghe
Wendy Van Wynsberghe is an artist and member of Constant vzw. In 2000 she started volunteering on regular basis for the organization, since 2004 she became a core member, partially responsible for Constant’s electronic/physical reality. She’s involved in a partnership that organizes open hardware workshops, called Ellentriek, together with De Pianofabriek Kunstenwerkplaats where artists work together on their projects, mostly thematic. She works with electronics, textile, sound, open hardware, using only free software, all work under a free art license. http://capacitor.constantvzw.org