Ageing companions

Ageing Companions was a worksession that explored the interconnected ageing of bodies and technologies.

Back to the future

Projects, experiments and websites from 2003 and before.


Nurse reports on sights and sounds


Copy.cult provides news and pointers towards various aspects of the culture of the copy.

Cuisine Interne Keuken

Research and audio database on how cultural workers make a living Answering 17 questions around the ingredients and recipes of cultural work, many artists, organizers, cultural workers were (...)


Hybrid and nomadic events, publications, thoughts in between working, training, academic and cultural places, practices and words.

De Taalpolitie

A group of Dutch youngsters investigate the word ’allochthonous’ in video’s uploaded in this vlog. De Taalpolitie (The Language Police) is a project by Constant member Peter Westenberg developped (...)

Deja vu

A blog in which photographer Laurent Thurin Nal published his early photographic works ranging from lively portraits and moving cityscapes to work for theater companies and film productions. To (...)


The impact of technology transforms our daily lives, our relationship with our work, with communications and even with maternity. The economic, social and cultural issue of "mastering the new (...)


A collaboration between Pianofabriek, Ladda and Constant. A series of workshops investigating the relationship between art and electricity.

From Denmark

From november 23th to november 25th 2005, a workshop on Discourse Analysis was held by James Gee at the Centre for Discourse Studies in Aalborg (Denmark). Since a lot of the questions that will (...)


GenderArtNet is an experimental mapping project exploring the interrelation of gender, ethnicity, race, class and sexualities in contemporary Europe. GenderArtNet’s primary aim is to thematically (...)


Weblog by Pierre de Jaeger featuring articles on comics books, généalogies, illustration, science/fiction and sounds.

IPatchwork / E-report

Workshop series for girls on technology. For a long time girls and women could express themselves exclusively through domestic work, weaving, stitching, embroidery etc. ... Fortunately, those (...)


People hear rhythms, tones, accents, voice volume, incorrect pronunciations, a laugh, a cough, background sounds. But the machine does not make any difference. She just orders words and sound (...)

La Langue Schaerbeekoise / De Schaarbeekse Taal

La Langue Schaerbeekoise gathers words and terms spoken by the many different people living in the Cage aux Ours neighborhood of Schaerbeek.


LABtoLAB is a network of media labs set up by 4 European organizations that are active in the field of new media: Constant, Kitchen Budapest (HU), Medialab-Prado, Madrid (ES), PiNG, Nantes (FR) (...)

Libre Graphics Meeting (LGM)

The Libre Graphics Meeting (LGM) is an annual international convention for the discussion of free and open source software used with graphics. Held since 2006 it is organised yearly by a (...)

Libre Graphics Research Unit

The Libre Graphics Research Unit is a traveling lab where new ideas for creative tools are developed. Its diverse activities range from the practical to the theoretical via writing, research (...)

Linux Audio

Linux Audio was a series of meetings between radio- and audiomakers who atre interested in working with open source software for audio. Which free audioprogrammes are available for Linux users? (...)


Mondotheque is a platform for experiments with the legacy of the universalist and documentalist Paul Otlet such as drawings, images, systems, ideas.


Monstre is a weblog in which cameraman Sebastian Koepel collected experimental pictures, prints, tests and stills.

Networks with an Attitude

Networks with an Attitude was a worksession to think of the future of Internet, organised by Constant from 7 to 13 April 2019 at various locations in (...)

No Flash

For too long, net art has been associated with proprietary formats and traditional classifications. NoFlash is an effort to propagate the use of free software among artists, elaborate processes (...)

Objects in Common

Objects in common was a series of different activities that ran from October 2015 to March 2016, related to current challenges of material culture in the digital age and developed in (...)

Open Source Publishing

Open Source Publishing was a graphic design research work-group that used only Free Software tools. Now it has grown into an independent project from (...)

Parlez-vous Saint-Gillois ?

Parlez-vous Saint-Gillois? / Spreekt U Sint-Gillis? is an audio database composed of particular words hear in the neighbourhood Bosnie in Saint-Gilles, (...)

Promiscuous pipelines

Promiscuous Pipelines was a worksession about modularity in software processes that took place from 31 August to 5 September 2015 in FoAM in Brussels.

Public Domain Day

A series of activities that celebrated yearly the importance of the Public Domain.


This piece of equiment has been discountinued. From now on we shall no longer provide updates or new features on this equipment model. please update your connections to the new and improved Radia (...)

Routes + Routines

Routes + Routines is a series of city walks; surprise visits to unexpected corners of Brussels. The project tests out various methods for diverting and changing routines, and as a result your (...)


A blog focussing on the "situatedness" of cultural and academic literacy. This weblog is the convergence of two blogs I have been working on in the past. As a member of constant I started the (...)


Splinter Fields is an initiative of Brussels based organizations active within the fields of technological and media arts (Constant, FoAM, nadine and OKNO) to foster collaborative, agile and (...)

Stitch And Split

Stitch and Split explores the joint, the interstices, between these two registers which might be considered opposed, science and fiction, and their reciprocal contamination. Science fiction as a (...)


About stranding Stranding brings together ideas and work around archives, hospitality and feminism. This project began in 2003 as an online workspace by Valerie Swain, (...)

The Technogalactic Software Observatory

The Techno-Galactic Software Observatory was a worksession that explored methods and practices around software that allow for forms of critique without distance. It took place from 7 until 12 (...)


Towards is a collection of subjective cartographic representations of Brussels connected to the creation of a collaborative tool for subjective cartography.


Transmarcations was a worksession situated at the crossing of technologies with geographies, life’s courses, bodies, terrains and de-placements. I took place from 4 to 9 December 2014 in (...)

Verbindingen / Jonctions

Annual multidisciplinary festival organised by Constant


In this blog Wendy Van Wynsberghe investigates the potential of open source audio software.