Marc Dusseiller, cofounder of the international open source network of biohackers and bioartists Hackteria talks about how the DIYbio movement came to Europe.
Published 21 June 2016 by Carine Claude
Karim Asry and Cesar Garcia Saez, founding members of the brand new association of Spanish labs, were in Toulouse at the Fablab Festival. Encounter.
Published 13 June 2016 by Fabien Eychenne
After the Fablab Festival, the "mom of fablabs" and director of the Fab Foundation would like the French to massively join the international network founded by the MIT.
Published 7 June 2016 by Manon Walquan
Eniarof installed its consoles at Polytech Festival in Moscow. Behind this DIY deviant funfair, the French artist Antonin Fourneau. For Makery he tells about this 19th edition.
Published 15 April 2016 by Ewen Chardronnet
Mexican collective Interspecifics is going around the globe, from labs to biohacklabs, art and technology festivals. They explain their way of working on interspecies communication.
Published 16 March 2016 by Cherise Fong
Japanese media artist Nobumichi Asai from WOW studio awes and teases our senses with his face-mapped projections and holograms. Techno-mystical interview.
Published 14 March 2016 by Fabien Eychenne
Nadya Peek, researcher at MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms in Boston, is working on developing new digital fabrication machines for the Machines that Make program. Interview.
Published 1 February 2016 by Ewen Chardronnet
Makery visited Roger Malina, director of ArtSciLab, the art and science laboratory of the University of Texas in Dallas.
Published 19 January 2016 by Annick Rivoire
In "Dadabot", a formidable essay on "creolization" in the digital age, Nicolas Nova and Joël Vacheron give an overview of this "new human-machine relationship". Interview.
Published 17 November 2015 by Axelle Terrier
Invited to the Bandits-Mages festival in Bourges, Poussy Draama carried out a workshop about DIY gynecology for women and transsexuals.
Published 16 June 2015 by Carine Claude
Just as much at ease in the tangible world as in virtual reality, designer Louis Eveillard juggles data visualization and inserts code where we least expect it. Interview.
Published 11 May 2015 by Ewen Chardronnet
Hack the COP: the two co-founders of the Insurrectionary imagination laboratory are preparing the Climate Games, civil disobedience games for December in Paris.
Published 4 May 2015 by Camille Bosqué
Interview with French sociologist Michel Lallement, who writes in “Maker era” his one year immersed at Noisebridge, a hackerspace in San Francisco.
Published 3 April 2015 by Camille Bosqué
In “Saving the World”, theorist Michel Bauwens defends his optimistic vision of the P2P, on the brink of revolutionizing production and society.
Published 19 March 2015 by Ewen Chardronnet
During the last Club Transmediale Festival in Berlin, Derek Holzer presented DELILAH TOO, an installation on the vocoder based on his researches on archeology on privacy.
Published 13 March 2015 by Carine Claude
The Fab City concept developed in Barcelona has its herald. Tomás Diez, founder of the Barcelona Fablab and organiser of FAB10 in July 2014 is adamant: fablabs are part of the solution.
Published 9 March 2015 by Fabien Eychenne
Fab Lab Connect is an initiative launched at the Barcelona Fab 10 by the Fab Foundation. Simone Amber details the ambition of this funding platform for open projects to replicate.
Published 17 February 2015 by la rédaction
Arduino founder Massimo Banzi was in Paris in early February, just in time for a lecture, two days of workshops and an interview for Makery.
Published 9 February 2015 by Ewen Chardronnet
Author of “A Hacker Manifesto” and “Gamer Theory”, McKenzie Wark has responded to our questions post-Transmediale on his hacktivist theory for the Anthropocene.