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A feminist server ...

As a contribution to The Ministry of Hacking, a project developed by esc medienlabor in Graz, Constant presents a follow-up of the Feminist Server Summit. Around and after the event in December (...)

Acta, informatie mailinglijst

Als follow-up voor de Expression of Concern over ACTA maakten we een mailing lijst om nieuwe informatie over de overeenkomst van de Agreement te verspreiden. De lijst was ook een gelegenheid om (...)

Acta, information mailing list

As a follow-up to the Expression of Concern regarding ACTA, a mailing list has been created to spread new information about the Agreement. It will also be the place to exchange ideas for action (...)

Acta, liste de diffusion

A la suite de la prise de position de LabToLab par rapport à ACTA, une liste de diffusion s’est créée pour diffuser de l’information liéé aux nouveaux développements de l’accord. Elle sera aussi un lieu (...)

On s’occupe de vous?

Verbindingen/Jonctions 14 Verbindingen/Jonctions : les journées de rencontre bi-anuelles de Constant, proposent une perspective féministe sur des services fournis à travers les serveurs, autant (...)

Are You Being Served?

The fourtheenth edition of Verbindingen/Jonctions is dedicated to a feminist review of mesh- cloud- autonomous- and D.I.Y. servers. Welcome to four intense meetingdays mixing lectures, (...)

Connection Protocols in Artefact 2012

As part of the Artefact Festival in Stuk Leuven, organised around ’The Social Contract’, Constant will present Connection Protocols. Not only people but also bots, search engines and spiders abide (...)

(De)centralized practice

Diana, Reni, Femke and Seda are part of communities that envision new ways of collaboration or practice using networks. Part of these pursuits entails building alternative tools and reconfiguring (...)

(De)centralized practice

Diana, Reni, Femke and Seda are part of communities that envision new ways of collaboration or practice using networks. Part of these pursuits entails building alternative tools and reconfiguring (...)

(De)centralized practice

Diana, Reni, Femke and Seda are part of communities that envision new ways of collaboration or practice using networks. Part of these pursuits entails building alternative tools and reconfiguring (...)