Micro symposium exploring how digital technologies are changing craft, making and design and the challenges they pose. The symposium highlights how new technologies, including robotics, 3D printers and CNC routers are reconstituting our understanding of craft and making.
Guan Lee, founder of Grymsdyke Farm workshop, Buckinghamshire, on his architectural, design and crafts workshop hub focused on ceramics, timber and land based materials.
Isabelle Risner, Westminster University – on the current emergence of Digital Making and the Digital DIY project. (Isabelle Risner will also be running a Digital DIY workshop from 11.00 to 13.00)
The Colour of Hair (Fabio Hendry and Martijn Rigters) – on their Off Cuts project, turning hair collected from Lewes’s hairdressers and barbers into a series of designed objects.
RCA Students Pecha Kucha – students from the RCA design department will present their work.
Rachel Henson – artist and maker who explores the boundaries between digital and analogue in her flicker work and other projects.
Guillaume Lyons, lighting designer using laser printers for his beautiful Kaigami designs.
Making Digital Craft is part of Make Lewes Festival 2016
Cover Image – Other Room I by Guan Lee