From November 21 to 29, selected Greyscale Press items will be exhibited during the Verbindingen/Jonctions 12 event at Zennestraat 17, Brussels.
Jonctions/Verbindingen is the bi-annual multi-disciplinary festival organised by Constant. Constant is a non-profit association, based and active in Brussels since 1997 in the fields of feminism, copyright alternatives and working through networks. This year’s edition offers a particulary fitting thematic context for Greyscale Press:
“Shades of Grey Literature is an invitation to discover, play and worry about the numerous documents, commentaries and traces which organise electronic communication in the background. A mass of anonymous documents (licenses, conditions, specifications, guidelines and standards) secures the uninterrupted flow of information. Ubiquitous Grey literature radiates out from the margins and regulates the relationship between machines and humans. As it frames the way humans relate through networks too, who has the right to see, read, write or execute?”
Brussels, 21-29 November 2009
Zennestraat 17, 1000 Brussels
This former laboratorium of the ministry of internal affairs is temporarily in use by various cultural organisations.