Critical Making

NMD 444


Critical Making refers to a broad range of activities; it encompasses modes of physical fabrication like woodworking and fashion design, to modes of digital fabrication like 3D printing and customizing a Raspberry Pi. The most important aspect of critical making is the imperative to situate what one builds within a social, political, or ethical context. Allowing students time to conceptualize and reflect upon the context in which their projects might function is equally as important the act of production.


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