|Description|| What would hacking look like, if it is not only with computers, but with tactile materials and embodied spaces?
What if the material traces of care, play and delights are allowed to flourish, like plants sprouting between the cracks of the pavement?
How would the interstices between private and public spaces feel like?
Poetic hallucinations on primitive hacking, everyday resourcefulness, co-existing micro-cosmoses...
The brain is not a computer. ...start something we cannot finish...
|Tags||diy, social, play, outdoor, urban spaces, art, design, primitive technology, making|
|Language|| en - English |
en - English
|Desired session||Day 3|
Video starts at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLcByvUGMvk#t=1h19m27s