hacks, repairs, and reassembles a series of broken and discarded technologies to produce new interactive combinations that call out the forms of value, obduracy, and creative possibility to be found in the object worlds around us. It also invites reflection on contemporary experiences of technology use and obsolescence more generally. A collaboration of NYC-based artist Taezoo Park with Cornell Information Science Ph.D. student Leo Kang and faculty member Steven Jackson, this tech/art/theory project has been exhibited and won awards at venues including the 2013 World Maker Faire in New York and the 2014 Computer-Human Interaction (CHI) conference in Toronto.
More info: cornellhci.org/scale/
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