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Maker Urbanism - Rebecca Ross

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Maker Urbanism - Rebecca Ross

  1. 1. Maker Urbanism D.I.Y. to D.I.Y.T.F.I.B.I. Rebecca Ross
  2. 2. Dr Rebecca Ross Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design Senior Lecturer & MA Course Leader Graphic Communication Design Twitter: @handsinmachines
  3. 3. Cory Doctorow describes Makers as “people who hack hardware, business-models, and living arrangements to discover ways of staying alive and happy even when the economy is falling down the toilet.”
  4. 4. Does and how could maker culture scale up and contribute to changes on a larger scale?
  5. 5. Does and how could maker culture scale up and contribute to changes on a larger scale? Is there a relationship between maker culture and grass roots urban activism and advocacy?
  6. 6. Does and how could maker culture scale up and contribute to changes on a larger scale? Is there a relationship between maker culture and grass roots urban activism and advocacy? How could making aggregate and connect with broader infrastructures, cultures, and power dynamics in cities?
  7. 7. Does and how could maker culture scale up and contribute to changes on a larger scale? Is there a relationship between maker culture and grass roots urban activism and advocacy? How could making aggregate and connect with broader infrastructures, cultures, and power dynamics in cities? Maker-isim at it's worst it can sometimes be individualistic and driven by techno-fetishism for its own sake–how do we avoid this?
  8. 8. Does and how could maker culture scale up and contribute to changes on a larger scale? Is there a relationship between maker culture and grass roots urban activism and advocacy? How could making aggregate and connect with broader infrastructures, cultures, and power dynamics in cities? Maker-isim at it's worst it can sometimes be individualistic and driven by techno-fetishism for its own sake–how do we avoid this? And, is maker culture complicit in the negative effects of gentrification?
  9. 9. Torre David, Caracas, before 2014 eviction
  10. 10. Title Subtitle 1 Subtitle 2
  11. 11. Waag Society Amsterdam RealTime, 2002
  12. 12. Waag Society Amsterdam RealTime, 2002
  13. 13. Waag Society Amsterdam RealTime, 2002
  14. 14. Waag Society Amsterdam RealTime, 2002
  15. 15. Waag Society Amsterdam RealTime, 2002
  16. 16. Waag Society Amsterdam RealTime, 2002
  17. 17. D.I.Y. to D.I.Y.T.F.I.B.I.
  18. 18. A call to action! D.I.Y. to D.I.Y.T.F.I.B.I.
  19. 19. A call to action! Keeping doing it yourself but definitely ask why. D.I.Y. to D.I.Y.T.F.I.B.I.
  20. 20. A call to action! Keeping doing it yourself but definitely ask why. What is the context? What are you responding to? D.I.Y. to D.I.Y.T.F.I.B.I.
  21. 21. A call to action! Keeping doing it yourself but definitely ask why. What is the context? What are you responding to? What are the consequences? Potentials? D.I.Y. to D.I.Y.T.F.I.B.I.
  22. 22. A call to action! Keeping doing it yourself but definitely ask why. What is the context? What are you responding to? What are the consequences? Potentials? How is it important? What does it mean? D.I.Y. to D.I.Y.T.F.I.B.I.
  23. 23. A call to action! Keeping doing it yourself but definitely ask why. What is the context? What are you responding to? What are the consequences? Potentials? How is it important? What does it mean? Who could it be shared with and how? D.I.Y. to D.I.Y.T.F.I.B.I.
  24. 24. A call to action! Keeping doing it yourself but definitely ask why. What is the context? What are you responding to? What are the consequences? Potentials? How is it important? What does it mean? Who could it be shared with and how? How could it feedback into your neighbourhood, your city, and the broader human project? D.I.Y. to D.I.Y.T.F.I.B.I.
  25. 25. A call to action! Keeping doing it yourself but definitely ask why. What is the context? What are you responding to? What are the consequences? Potentials? How is it important? What does it mean? Who could it be shared with and how? How could it feedback into your neighbourhood, your city, and the broader human project? D.I.Y.T.F.I.B.I. = Do ItYourself Then Feed It Back In D.I.Y. to D.I.Y.T.F.I.B.I.
  26. 26. Thank You

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