Dans Identités du transitoire (Les Presses du réel, 2021), Jehanne Dautrey et Patrick Beaucé, explorent l'architecture qui se monte aussi vite qu'elle se démonte. Des constructions agiles et politiques ou urgence et réflexion partagent un même espace-temps.
Published 29 March 2021 by Elsa Ferreira
From the heart of the waste processing plant in Ivry-sur-Seine outside Paris, Stefan Shankland has been documenting perpetual and inexorable mutations.
Published 23 November 2020 by Elsa Ferreira
From November 13 to December 6, for Mondes Multiples online festival, Berlin-based Italian artist Marco Barotti presents his work Clams, a commentary on water pollution and the ingenuity of ecosystems.
Published 20 November 2020 by Elsa Ferreira
At Rencontres Mondes Multiples de Bourges, online until 6th of December, Maria Castellanos and Alberto Valverde recall that homo sapiens is just one living being among others.
Published 16 November 2020 by Elsa Ferreira
From the 13th of November to the 6th of December, Rencontres Mondes Multiples are taking place online. The opportunity for an incursion in the powerful nature of Iceland, under Konrad Korabiewski’s mic.
Published 21 July 2020 by Elsa Ferreira
After hard science, soft science. Just One Giant Lab (JOGL), an online collaborative open science laboratory, accompanies social and citizen projects seeking to improve communal quality of life.
Published 2 June 2020 by Elsa Ferreira
100 hours: the time it took the team at University College London, assisted by Mercedes’s Formula 1 department, to develop the first prototype of a CPAP device.
Published 20 May 2020 by Elsa Ferreira
In the UK, DIY problem-solving makers and open-source engineers, in collaboration with clinical teams, are contributing their technical expertise to the collective response against Covid-19.
Published 11 May 2020 by Elsa Ferreira
Can an inter-communal alliance solve the problem of test shortages? Just One Giant Lab (JOGL) pools skills to explore an experimental yet promising diagnostic technique: LAMP.
Published 17 July 2018 by Elsa Ferreira
FAB14, the international meeting of fablabs and third part of an auspicious month of July for makers in France, is taking place in Toulouse from July 16-22. Makery is covering the event.
Published 10 July 2018 by Elsa Ferreira
The urbanist Thomas Ermacora is one of the speakers of the Fab City Summit. He explains why the future of cities is in the hands of a new generation of techno-creative people.
Published 26 June 2018 by Elsa Ferreira
Produce locally, cheaply and favor the human factor? This is the challenge taken on by the workshop-store Unto This Last in London, pioneer of digital handcrafted furniture production.
Published 26 June 2018 by Elsa Ferreira
33 meters below ground level, Richard Ballard is growing his vegetables by hydroponic and vertical cultivation, supplied with renewable energy. A taste of the future.
Published 12 June 2018 by Elsa Ferreira
Acid house, noise and synthesizers inspired from Kant or Philip K. Dick… Meeting with Ewa Justka, maker artist of outrageous creations.
Published 5 June 2018 by Elsa Ferreira
A collective of English gardener-artists set up a cooperative at Somerset House and are growing vegetables between concrete and tarmac. In order to counter this hostile environment, nothing beats good compost.
Published 5 June 2018
Microsoft has acquired GitHub for 7.5 billion dollars. The news has raised concerns within the community of open source developers.
Published 22 May 2018
What future for urban manufacturing? The report "Cities of Making" offers an insight into urban manufacturing in three European cities: Brussels, London and Rotterdam.
Published 22 May 2018 by Elsa Ferreira
Are hackathons a new form of exploitation? Does the hacker culture serve as a consent factory as suggested by two American sociologists? Makery investigated.
Published 17 April 2018 by Elsa Ferreira
Less sugar and preservatives, more transparency and a militant approach… Makery attended a workshop to make your own soda.
Published 10 April 2018 by Elsa Ferreira
Part 2 of our investigation on the state of bicycle society. While the free-floating Chinese bikes have shed a light on the dark side of the sharing economy, what about the not-for-profit aspect?