In order to make his microfarm a reality, Alexis trained in permaculture at the Norman farm of Bec Hellouin. He took the opportunity to interview his founders, Perrine and Charles Hervé-Gruyer.
Published 2 November 2017 by Rob La Frenais
How will we travel tomorrow? From railway vehicles to solar tuk-tuk, Rob La Frenais, who conducts the Future of Transportation project with the Srishti Institute, gives a few art and DIY ideas.
Published 31 October 2017 by Alexis Rowell
How do you do keep the trees and plants on a permaculture farm watered given global warming? Alexis and Blanche got busy with a digger to make a rainwater storage facility and a natural swimming pool.
Published 10 October 2017 by Caroline Grellier
Start of the school year update for our maker and her bio-sourced material agency, Termatière. Or how to concile maker aspirations and social entrepreurship.
Published 3 October 2017 by Alexis Rowell
Can a maker live in the countryside, whith no 3D printer? Our zero waste experts, Alexis and Blanche, think so. In the Perche region, they experiment with permaculture.
Published 26 September 2017 by la rédaction
Lambert Heller deals with topics such as Open Science and Open Access. In this contribution, he presents ten global trends affecting informal science learning.
Published 12 September 2017 by la rédaction
This summer, French maker Julien Goret vagabonded the railways with his family. 5,000km through Central Europe, stopping at PIF Camp in Slovenia and a DIY art center in Slovakia.
Published 25 July 2017 by Jean-Philippe Renoult
At Arts Codés, a Parisian cooperative space, Jean-Philippe Renoult scrutinized the CNC electric panel by recording the low frequencies of the machine. Headphones highly recommended!
Published 13 July 2017 by Caroline Grellier
Nearly five months that our material maker is in Africa with Termatière, her bio-sourced materials company. The key moments upon her return.
Published 10 July 2017 by Antoine KiK
Antoine Bonnet aka KiK, circuit-bender, maker artist in electronics, DIYbio, textile and sound design had just died. We were about to publish his first column. Here it is as a tribute.
Published 29 June 2017 by la rédaction
They organized in May a seminar on biohacking in healthcare. Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou and Jérôme Avom explain the potential of open science for developing countries.
Published 19 June 2017 by David Rochelet
Less than a quarter of the population in Cameroon has access to internet. EduAir is developing a solution to distribute digital content for education.
Published 12 June 2017 by Jean-Philippe Renoult
At Arts Codés, Jean-Philippe Renoult plays with “the egg”, the glass melting furnace of this Parisian cooperative workspace in his binaural column. Headphones recommended!
Published 6 June 2017 by la rédaction
This spring, the Futurefarmers collective sailed from Belgium to Spain. Reflections on part two of their tour of Europe in pursuit of the forgotten origins of our wheat grain.
Published 2 June 2017 by Yann Paulmier
In France’s deindustrialized areas, could fablabs be useful for social cohesion and returning to work? There are leads, says Yann Paulmier, cofounder of La Machinerie.
Published 17 May 2017 by Benjamin Cadon
Calafou, the eco-industrial post-capitalist Catalan colony, organized Hack the Earth from April 14 to 16. A bio-political path, both suststainable and desirable, is written there.
Published 5 May 2017 by Damien Bourniquel
For WYHIWYS (What You Hear Is What You See), creation for Makery, the artist Damien Bourniquel composes a mash-up of Youtube videos shaped by ASMR.
Published 28 April 2017 by David Rochelet
David Rochelet, who founded the Doualab in Cameroon, is also part of the adventure of the Ongola Fablab, the first in the capital Yaoundé. He tells us about its opening on April 6.
Published 24 April 2017 by Benjamin Pothier
Experiencing very high altitude to prepare for a journey into space: artist-researcher Benjamin Pothier tells Makery about his expedition in the Chilean highlands.