Jubilee supports the artistic practices of Justin Bennett, Katya Ev, Ciel Grommen, Vincent Meessen, Hélène Meyer, Maximiliaan Royakkers, Stijn Van Dorpe, Filip Van Dingenen, Clémentine Vaultier and Vermeir & Heiremans, as well as those of Louise de Bethune and Jesse van Winden. They produce and present their work all over the world, while taking up the artistic leadership of Jubilee collectively.

The interests shared by Jubilee’s members form the basis for collective projects. Often questioning the socio-economic conditions of artistic practice, collective research projects are occasions to assemble other artists, researchers, institutions and professionals from different backgrounds around wicked problems through artistic practices. These include Caveat and Emptor on artists contracts and ownership relations in the arts, and earlier Value of our Love (2013), Haben und Brauchen (2014), The Cost of Wealth (2015). Throughout the years, Jubilee has equally developed different research tools: Tracks, a smartphone app for audiowalks, Caveat’s metadata network with a system of twofold keywords, and a new mapping tool for situated practices, Shards / Archipelago (working titles).