|Contact||040-68873250 oder firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Description||On day 3 Fab Lab Fabulous St. Pauli will offer a one-time workshop at the Hardware Hacking Area for building a few DIY Phones (design: David Mellis), as a demonstration follow-up to the Fábrica project Gezi Park Fiction in summer 2014. Start: app. 16:30.|
|Self-organized Sessions||create self-organized session|
|Subassembly of||Hardware Hacking Area|
|Tags||fair it, diy, fab lab, electronics, open hardware, soldering|
|Registered on||22 December 2014 12:12:31|
|Location for self-organized sessions||no|
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|Brings||Parts, soldering stuff, reflow oven.|
On day 3 Fab Lab Fabulous St. Pauli will offer a one-time workshop at the Hardware Hacking Area for building a few DIY Phones (design: David Mellis). In summer 2014 Fabulous St. Pauli installed a public DIY Phone manufacturing "plant" in Gezi Park Fiction, St. Pauli. More than 70 people (visitors and neighbours) built 46 phones in 16 workshops. The project was funded by the Elbkulturfonds of the city of Hamburg.
The idea behind Fábrica is to adress questions about technology black boxes, consumer society, labour conditions and critical ressources like coltan through a highly globalized item, that is, the mobile phone. Besides, it's about a partial reappropriation of production skills in deindustrialized inner cities, thereby showing the potential of places like Fab Labs and Makerspaces for constructing more complex products than mere 3D-printed gimmicks as hyped by the media recently.
Anybody can take part. Small teams preferred over individuals. First come, first serve.