Constant vzw & Transmedia present


3 - 7 December


WORKSHOP reserved for Transmedia participants

Program ->

Jens-Ingo Brodesser

TALK (open and free to the public)

On Wednesday 5 December
18:30 till 20:30 at Transmedia
Sint-Lukas Hogeschool

To think one's work on line is to position oneself globaly and politically. Nothing is neutral not even the code, the machine, the electricity you are using. The choice of your software, of your network, of your memory will determine not only the audience, but also your engagement for the future as consumer, creator or both on the internet.

For artists, activists, independent journalists or critics, an opportunity exists to build autonomous channels of collaboration and distribution. Video servers, sound streaming, mailing lists are relatively free and easy to set up compared to the traditionnal medias.

The free software developpers have produced the tools to build this infostructure. Nowadays, artists, activists and cultural practitionners have to find their way through the reharnessing of the commercial tools and the exploration of the free software's realm.

On Wednesday the 5th of December in Transmedia Sint-Lukas Hogeschool Brussel,, Heath Bunting(UK), Simon Pope(UK), the GenderChangers (NL) will introduce to their work and projects. A discussion with Jens-Ingo Brodesser (B) and Peter Lenaerts (B) about the strategies and realities of autonomous digital platforms will follow the presentations. info on guests ->

at Transmedia
Sint-Lukas Hogeschool Brussel
Paleizenstraat 70
1030 Brussel


Heath Bunting

Gender Changers

Simon Pope

Peter Lenaerts
postgraduate programme in
arts + design + media