Femke Snelting develops projects across design, feminisms, and free software in various constellations. Until recently, she co-initiated research projects, digital tools, methods and publications with Constant; currently she runs the Institute for Technology in the Public Interest with Seda Gürses, Miriyam Aouragh, and Helen Pritchard. With Jara Rocha, she is about to publish Volumetric Regimes: Material Cultures of Quantified Presence (Open Humanities Press).
How can we create conditions for re-use which acknowledge different kinds of contributors? Oriented by a feminist and intersectional understanding of authorship, Constant considers cultural expressions as always already situated within the communities with which we exist.