I was invited to be part of the first digital day celebrated at Tate Britain, in London. ‘Imagine If‘ focused on learning through playing using technology and the artworks exhibited at the museum. More information about my workshop here.
How I connected with children in Taiwan through making robots and playing.
The power of freedom and self discovery, through curiosity, arts and technology.
My second time in Mbomo, where children became characters to tell their stories.
Children are naturally drawn to clay, modeling with clay and creating stories with it. Why not add a bit of technology into it? Simply adding LED’s brings their imagination to a whole different level!
Jam jar characters telling jokes, made by children.
On Jan 10, 2016, we celebrated Luca’s birthday at der Malfisch! We had cake, balloons and a drawbot workshop! At the end, we created an arena for the robots to draw a greeting card! Do you want a birthday party too? Write to email@example.com Music by Poddington Bear: “Peas Corps”
It was Elliot’s birthday and we decided to throw him a party with a Drawbot workshop! I designed a special laser cut robot for him and his friends to play. At the end, we created an arena for the robots to draw a greeting card! We also had wizard hats, dancing balloons, paper flags, screened animations and a lot of time to play! Do you want a birthday party too? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org :D
In this beautiful video, a child tell us about life, love, school and what it feels to be a child. It always makes me rethink my concepts and how much children are judged as ‘less’ by our societal structures.