Laura Splan Destabilizes Common Perceptions of Craft and Value

“I’m always trying to destabilize not only the perception of whether something is made by hand or machine but also destabilize how we assign value once we know.”
– American artist Laura Splan, on her commitment to a hands-on process of computation. “I very much insist that anything I do on the computer is done ‘by hand,’ whether writing code, unfolding proteins, or manipulating vector waveforms with a stylus pen,” she tells writer Anna Mikaela Ekstrand.
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