Making Machines Uncomfortable with Andrew Wit

Curatorial Assistant Kathryn Zimmerhanzel sits down with Andrew Wit to talk about his work in robotic fabrication. 

KZ: When considering robotic fabrication, my initial impression is something very detached and streamlined. Your projects seem almost to counter this, working in a way that introduces aspects of craft. Could you discuss how you came to this?...

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I’m About To Read To You Now

By Hills Snyder

It was the smell of weed that first brought us together. I was sitting in my car shortening a joint by lighting one end on fire while dragging on the other. I was parked on Thirty Fifth Street outside the gates of Laguna Gloria, a good place to be doing what I was doing. He was walking by, heading for those gates, when four fingers of smoke beckoned him to be tapping on my window...

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Historical Overview of 115 Michigan Avenue

Galveston-born T. R. Spence commissioned the construction of this new business after running his produce store from various home locations. He purchased the entire block north of French and south of Russell, building three homes on the north side of the block, and two businesses on the south. These commercial buildings faced a commercial plaza formed by the park, theatre, church, and school...

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Beyond the Pale: Contextualizing Supply and Demand [Excerpt]

Sarah Sudhoff seems to exchange looks with the frozen blocks of breast milk, cuddling the pieces like a child. She moves her arms slightly allowing the pooling liquid to run down her body. She shifts her gaze to the distance, reflecting, meditating. As the milk drops onto the ground, a puddle takes shape, sometimes standing still, sometimes moving forward, sometimes swirling back on itself...

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