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'''Femke Snelting''' works as artist and designer, developing projects at the intersection of design, feminism and free software. In various constellations she has been exploring how digital tools and practices might co-construct each other. She is member of [[Constant]], a non-profit, artist-run association for art and media based in [[Brussels]] (since 2003). Since 1997, Constant generates performative publishing, curatorial processes, poetic software, experimental research and educational prototypes in local and international contexts. With [[Jara Rocha]] she activates ''[http://possiblebodies.constantvzw.org/ Possible Bodies]'', a collective research project that interrogates the concrete and at the same time fictional entities of “bodies” in the context of 3D tracking, modelling and scanning. She co-initiated the design/research team [[Open Source Publishing]] (OSP) and formed [[De Geuzen]], a foundation for multi-visual research, with [[Renée Turner]] and [http://geuzen.blogs.com/various/2004/12/curriculum_vita_2.html Riek Sijbring]. Femke teaches at the [[Piet Zwart Institute]] (experimental publishing, Rotterdam) and is currently curator of the Research Centre at [http://apass.be/ a.pass] (advanced performance and scenography studies, Brussels).
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'''Femke Snelting''' works as artist and designer, developing projects at the intersection of design, feminism and free software. In various constellations she has been exploring how digital tools and practices might co-construct each other. She is member of [[Constant]], a non-profit, artist-run association for art and media based in [[Brussels]] (since 2003). Since 1997, Constant generates performative publishing, curatorial processes, poetic software, experimental research and educational prototypes in local and international contexts. With [[Jara Rocha]] she activates ''[http://possiblebodies.constantvzw.org/ Possible Bodies]'', a collective research project that interrogates the concrete and at the same time fictional entities of “bodies” in the context of 3D tracking, modelling and scanning. She co-initiated the design/research team [[Open Source Publishing]] (OSP) and formed [[De Geuzen]], a foundation for multi-visual research, with [[Renée Turner]] and [http://geuzen.blogs.com/various/2004/12/curriculum_vita_2.html Riek Sijbring]. Femke teaches at the [[Piet Zwart Institute]] ([http://xpub.nl/ experimental publishing], Rotterdam) and is currently curator of the Research Centre at [http://apass.be/ a.pass] (advanced performance and scenography studies, Brussels). [http://snelting.domainepublic.net/femke_snelting (2018)]
  
 
==Publications==
 
==Publications==

Latest revision as of 16:37, 20 June 2019


Femke Snelting.
Photo: Michael Murtaugh, 2014.
Born Netherlands
Based in Brussels, Belgium

Femke Snelting works as artist and designer, developing projects at the intersection of design, feminism and free software. In various constellations she has been exploring how digital tools and practices might co-construct each other. She is member of Constant, a non-profit, artist-run association for art and media based in Brussels (since 2003). Since 1997, Constant generates performative publishing, curatorial processes, poetic software, experimental research and educational prototypes in local and international contexts. With Jara Rocha she activates Possible Bodies, a collective research project that interrogates the concrete and at the same time fictional entities of “bodies” in the context of 3D tracking, modelling and scanning. She co-initiated the design/research team Open Source Publishing (OSP) and formed De Geuzen, a foundation for multi-visual research, with Renée Turner and Riek Sijbring. Femke teaches at the Piet Zwart Institute (experimental publishing, Rotterdam) and is currently curator of the Research Centre at a.pass (advanced performance and scenography studies, Brussels). (2018)

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