Course Description: Making & Manufacturing as Sociocultural Practice

(Formerly known as Made in the Machine: Cultural Practices, Sociopolitical Analyses, and Techniques in Digital Fabrication, Making, and Manufacturing) Recent innovations in digital fabrication have made its technologies much more cheap, sophisticated, and accessible for people of many experiences. In this class, we will explore some of these innovations, their sociopolitical histories and impact on […]

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