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Worksession Week 2 : The nearest neighbours inherit from their Gold1000-parents

Monday 19th January 9.30-10.00    Welcome with tea & coffee 10.00-11.00    General introduction & Algolit extended (An Mertens, Constant) 11.00-13.00    Introduction participants 13.00-14.00     Vegetarian lunch by Guillaume Bernier & Sunjung 14.00-15.30    Introduction concepts: (Des)anonymisation of datasets (Hans Lammerant, LSTS VUB) Neuroscience & Language (Kim Wende, COSY Institute of Neurosciences, UCL) 15.30-16:00    Break 16.00-18.00    Discussion & […]


Worksession Week 1: Data Portraits of a Potato

Monday 12th January 9.30-10.00    Welcome with tea & coffee 10.00-11.00    General introduction 11.00-11.30    Break 11.30-13.00    Introduction participants 13.00-14.00     Vegetarian lunch by Guillaume Bernier & Sunjung 14.00-14.30 Introduction participants (end) 14.30-15.30    Introduction concepts: Nomenclature & Potatoes (Anne-Laure Buisson, statistician) Big Data & Power Structures (Hans Lammerant, LSTS VUB) Food & EU policy making (Karin Ulmer, EU […]


Call for participation

From 12 to 23 January 2015 During a residency of two weeks in deBuren we organise a discovery voyage into the practise of cqrrelating data. Cqrrelation is a typo-enhance notion. You can pronounce it as crummylation, crappylation, queerylation… Cqrrelation refers to the shadow zones of statistics and computing. During this work session a group of […]


Cqrrelating Compositions & Party

Les Halles de Schaerbeek Rue Royale de Ste-Marie /Koninklijke St.-Mariastraat 22b, 1030 Brussels Data can be analysed, correlated and cqrrelated, discussed, visualised, and sonorised. During a live-coding concert Alexandra Cárdenas, a Colombian composer living in Berlin, will cqrrelate some of the data the artists in deBuren experimented with. Afterwards Belgian mathematician and musician Valery Vermeulen […]


Discrimination & Big Data

CPDP and Constant organise an evening program in deBuren around the shadow effects of Big Data. Researchers and experts Geoffrey Bowker and Antoinette Rouvroy will present us their latest ideas, and will comment on some of the local Brussels’ experiments developed and framed by a group of artists during their residency in deBuren. Their respective […]