Nurse’s adventures in sound and sight

3 May 2017, by Administrator

Hygiene: cotton patchwork, digital print & silkscreen, 145 x 750 cm – 2017

Festival Mondial des Cinémas Sauvages
APPEL A FILMS SAUVAGES ! jusqu’au 30 mars 2017 Inscriptions des films en ligne : http://www.festival-cinemas-sauvages.net/fr/formulaire/ Le Festival Mondial des Cinémas Sauvages veut montrer des films libres dans leurs manières de se fabriquer, libres dans leurs manières d’être diffusés. Pas de (...)


A resource book on public presence, representation, relations, routes and routines.

Koto, angisa, odo interview
19 March 2017, by peteraudio, Meta language, Suriname
Interview met /with Christine van Russel-Henar Christine van Russel-Henar is the driving force behind the Koto museum in Paramaribo. I spoke with her about the way language, oral culture and traditional Surinamese wear are connected. The interview is in Dutch. Below you will find a (...)
Database populism
22 January, by Nicolas MalevéSnippets, classification, cultural technique, database, scale
Although early users of database technology were predominantly large institutions, the database was also a key technology in the populist vision of personal computing generated by microcomputer fans, researchers, hobbyists, and entrepreneurs in the 1970s and 1980s. Informed by science fiction (...)
L’Arabe … continues
14 January, by pwCongo monument, Your body is not yours
This picture is a sequel to previous posts about the contestations of the text on the ‘monument to the Congo warriors’ in the Cinquantenaire parc which are in the ‘Congo Monument’ category. The scratching out and reinsertions of the words ‘arabe ‘ (fr) arabische (nl) is continuing. For more context on what is going on, […]
Newton Diaries
28 November 2012, by michael
In 1993, Apple released the Newton MessagePad, the first so-called “Personal Digital Assistant”. A kind of forerunner to today’s smart/i phones, the device worked as a kind of virtual notepad, allowing free-form entry of both text and drawing mixed together … Continue reading (...)
HTML sauce cocktail, sauce à part
15 February 2017, by OSPNews
PREFACE Ce texte a été initialement écrit pour la revue Back Office. Pour des raisons de format, il n’y sera pas publié, mais nous sommes heureux de le partager ici avec vous dans sa version longue. HTML2PRINT SANS SAUCE Depuis sa création en 2006, Open Source Publishing dessine des mises en page et code avec des logiciels […]
3 January 2015, by OSPAlfphabet, Belgica-Belgika, OSP-DIN, Wdroge
Stroke fonts with no contrast and capital letters only based on diverse pseudo-generic elements for multi-usages.
wheel in a wheel
16 April 2014, by concentriccityUncategorized
A soundscape composition / A landscape video choreography. Experiencing dialogue with the environment passing through by cycling. Relying on our perception and synchronizing with the flow....


WORK IN PROGRESS: a tool for sharing literature and digital narratives

The story of two sacred trees – a modern fairy tale
28 March 2017, by AnAlgorithmic Storytellers, Exploring
This story has been written using a Python script and scraped data from the website of Jubelparkmuseum. The story, the code and all the sources are published under a Free Art License: http://artlibre.org. The main scripts were developed in the framework of DiVersions, a residency of Constant in (...)
Objects in Common Worksession – RAW and unprocessed
12 April 2016, by admin
In collaboration with Medialab Prado Constant organised the worksession ’Objects in Common’ as the final event in a series that started in 2015 with ’Funcionamientos: Objects in Common and Diverse Bodies’ followed by ’Interactivos? Material Cultures in the digital age’ and ’Grigri Pixel: makers and (...)

e-traces > informations

This site is carried out within the framework of the project e-traces. It presents a whole of articles collected on various sites of information concerning the movement generalized towards a (...)

Google Arts & Culture : une application amusante, mais préoccupante
22 January, by michel, , , ,
Très populaire, la nouvelle fonctionnalité du logiciel témoigne de la forte progression des technologies de reconnaissance faciale Si vous avez jeté un coup d'oeil aux réseaux sociaux au cours de la fin de semaine, il y a de fortes chances que vous ayez vu quelques égoportraits de vos proches aux (...)
Avec Jérémie Boyard, Digi†al Carnaval et Colin Ponthot du projet Bumperbreak qui ont remixé en musique les mots de la base de données de Parlez-vous Saint-Gillois ? pour le festival Supermouche-Supervlieg. Réécoutez: Radio Bosnie #20 - REMIX http://bumperbreak.com/ (...)
A Pre-emptive History of the Google Cultural Institute
5 December 2016, by Submondo2
← Older revision Revision as of 22:44, 5 December 2016 Line 46: Line 46: The dematerialisation of public collections using infrastructure and services bankrolled by private actors like the GCI needs to be questioned and analyzed further in the context of heterotopic institutions, to understand (...)
La brique internet
27 September 2017, by agnezProgramme
Auto-hébergement et internet neutre Quand : Samedie 28 octobre 2017 Où : Atelier Émile Rue Émile Feron 106 St Gilles Programme : 10:00 Café blabla 10:30 Atelier autour de la brique internet, de l'auto-hébergement, internet neutre et younohost. 12:30 Auberge espagnole et plus de blabla 14:00 suite (...)
Close Encounters: Active Archives
5 January, by Femke Snelting4. And more..., , ,
In the context of the series Close Encounters, Nicolas Malevé and Femke Snelting and a.pass researcher Pierre Rubio will discuss the long history of Active Archives. Active Archives started in 2006 as a Constant project concerned with digital archive practices of cultural institutions. The (...)
21C/19C_ Exoticism in the studio
13 December 2017, by antjeUncategorized, art, creation, debate, physical anthropology
After three very different debates, we will focus with a smaller crowd on some very disturbing images and how to handle these in an artwork. To do this, we are warmly welcomed by Jane Amegah at her Salon de coiffure Akwaba.Jane Amegah is a hairdresser with a mission: she organizes debates about (...)


Towards a subjective collective cartography

40 more maps that explain the world
9 February 2014, by Laurence JenardBlog
Maps seemed to be everywhere in 2013, a trend I like to think we encouraged along with August's 40 maps that explain the world. Maps can be a remarkably powerful tool for understanding the world and how it works, but they show only what you ask them to. You might consider this, then, a (...)