It is a great honor to be featured in the Women in 3D Printing magazine with a wonderful interview this month. I’ve been traveling a lot this winter and spring for presenting artist lectures, demos, talks and workshops at various colleges and national/international conferences, including the Intercontinental Ceramics Project in Valencia, Spain, NCECA FabLab in Minneapolis, and doing joint talks about a collaboration with math professor Sara Billey at the annual Math Day and the Math Hour organized at the UW.
I have two beautiful videos of recent projects now online: ListeningCups is a collaboration with interaction designer Audrey Desjardens about data-tactilty and data-stories/data-fictions . Ringató (Cradled) is my technohaptic proposition for a pas deux between the human body and a 3D printer.
The Spring Slip Rabbit Open Studio is Saturday, May 11th, 3-5pm with a focus on fiber arts.