Visiting the BigTorrent exhibition, July 4th on the Rhone river, on the occasion of the opening of the 73rd theater Festival of Avignon.
Published 28 June 2019 by Catherine Lenoble
Interweaving digital fabrication, textile design and open science, Fabtextiles in Barcelona is a pioneering fablab for biomaterials.
Published 17 June 2019 by Jean-Jacques Valette
Departed from France three years ago, Low-tech Lab’s catamaran is touring the world in search of frugal innovation. In Taiwan, the crew met the local maker movement.
Published 5 June 2019 by Rob La Frenais
Makery spoke to the organisers of the Train Camp that goes by train this week to the Green Culture festival in Montenegro.
Published 6 May 2019 by Benjamin Cadon
Hack The Earth 2019 took place on April 19-22, organized by the Catalonian colony of Calafou—where liberating fantasies weave desirable futures.
Published 2 May 2019 by Jean-Jacques Valette
Sustainable and easy to repair, Liter of Light lamps are a model of open source technology for human development. Low-tech Lab came to study this example on its world tour of frugal innovation.
Published 16 December 2018 by Rob La Frenais
Does watching ice melt help us talk about the climate emergency? A critical view on artists commitment at the end of COP24.
Published 21 November 2018 by Rob La Frenais
On the eve of COP24 in Poland, the role of artists in thinking long-term about the future of the human species on this planet, alongside a new surge of scientist-led activism.
Published 12 November 2018 by la rédaction
The Laboratory Planet collective is currently studying systems theory, collective resilience and stories of regeneration. They develop their research hypotheses for Makery.
Published 14 October 2018 by Rüdiger Wassibauer
The 15th edition of Schmiede summer camp in Austria was held from August 29 to September 7. A cooperative prototyping festival mixing arts and maker culture.
Published 9 October 2018 by Erich Berger
From September 16-23, 30 artists, scientists, biohackers and ecologists explored the isolated region around the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station in northern Lapland.
Published 8 October 2018 by Uros Veber
The fourth edition of PIFcamp in the Slovenian Alps congregated this year around the neologist theme of “nerdture”. A hackfest of nature, technology, art and knowledge.
Published 24 July 2018 by Caroline Grellier
Last days in Benin for our material maker. Mission for upcycling waste from the cotton industry nearly wrapped up, project with the Atelier des Griots finalized. How time flies!
Published 29 May 2018 by Caroline Grellier
In Benin, the Potemat laboratory brings together participative approach, DIY and maker spirit around the project of upcycling by-products of the cotton industry.
Published 15 May 2018 by Benjamin Pothier
The artist-researcher Benjamin Pothier attended recently a training for scientist-astronaut candidates in Connecticut. Here is the story.
Published 30 April 2018 by Raphaël Besson
The researcher Raphaël Besson investigates the Hive, a creative residence of thecamp in Aix-en-Provence (France), since September 2017. The time has come to present the prototypes of the first session.
Published 30 April 2018 by Alexis Rowell
Spring has finally arrived at The Big Raise, the (future) permaculture farm. Our trainee maker-farmers have loads to do: Windbreaks to plant, cuttings to nurture, fruit bushes to plant...
Published 24 April 2018 by Caroline Grellier
In order to upcycle by-products of the cotton industry in Benin, our maker is visiting factories, cotton farmers, getting familiar with the machines, experimenting in the lab…
Published 27 March 2018 by Raphaël Besson
The researcher Raphaël Besson investigates the creative residence of thecamp in Aix-en-Provence (France) since September 2017. In his second column, he explores the “Hive method”.
Published 13 March 2018 by Alexis Rowell
Our trainee maker-farmers want to start planting fruit trees on their land next winter, but first they need to know how healthy their soil is with the help from a special kind of doctor.