The experiment database provides in-depth access to material developments for creative applications. The website is open to a community that finds equal inspiration in digital creation and physical making. Interactive Materiality forms a continuously growing archive, provides hands-on tutorials to self-produce these projects, and promotes their application in already produced pieces. Information, instructions, and inspiration are meant to help develop a common language in order to communicate across fields and bridge the gap between research, education, and practice.
In cooperation with Alice Rzezonka
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